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Kristel Fleuren-Hunter
Children's Services Librarian and Antigonish Branch Librarian, Pictou-Antigonish Regional Library
NSLA Professional Development Convenor
APLA Communications Coordinator
Secretary, FoAL
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From: Cindy Lelliott <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Fw: Outcome Based Programming & Program Evaluation
Date: June 8, 2017 at 3:16:33 PM ADT
To: Kristel Fleuren-Hunter <[log in to unmask]>

Thanks, Kristel.



From: Mary-Rose O’Connor <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: June 8, 2017 2:18 PM
To: The Partnership
Subject: Outcome Based Programming & Program Evaluation
 
Hi everyone, 
Please share the email below with your members. Text version is attached. 
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Mary 

Mary-Rose O’Connor, MLIS
Education Coordinator
Ontario Library Association 
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GREAT EXPECTATIONS! INITIATING OUTCOME-BASED PROGRAMMING: A RURAL PERSPECTIVE
 
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Facing another storytime with just the same two families that participated last week? Using your staff to fill seats in your local author event? Is the real question for Trivia Night, “Who will show up?” Maybe the next question should be “Why is this a library program?”

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Tuesday, July 18 | 1 - 2 PM ET
 
   
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WHAT IS PROGRAM EVALUATION AND HOW TO CONDUCT IT FOR LIBRARY SERVICES? PART 2 
 
Faisal Islam 
 
Tuesday, July 27| 1 - 2 PM ET
 
   
The course intends to enhance understanding of library service providers on how to conduct evaluation to improve their support and services. Covering two sessions, the course provides basic orientation to the science and practice of program evaluation and its application. This webinar will explore: What is program evaluation? Why it is important? How it is different from research? And lastly, how it can be conducted in library services? 
   
  

 





         
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