Are you a member of the Canadian library and information community? Are you interested in how to measure and communicate the value of your specialized library’s website?
If so, please join Kelly Kubrick of Online Authority on Thursday January 24th, 2008 at by registering for the 2008 CASLIS Ottawa Seminar held at Library and Archives Canada (395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario).
Kelly will present “Measure for Measure – an Internet Comedy of [T]errors: Web Performance Measurement” from 1:30 – 3:00 PM. She’ll discuss:
- What Internet performance measurement means;
- Why to bother with it; and
- How to develop an Internet performance measurement framework
The seminar is hosted by CASLIS Ottawa, the Ottawa chapter of the Canadian Association of Special Libraries and Information Services (CASLIS), a division of the Canadian Library Association / Association canadienne des bibliotheques: “An award-winning not-for-profit organization, serving as the national voice of the Canadian library and information community and delivering a range of value-added services to professional librarians, library technicians, and the organizations that employ them.”