Co-ordinating Quality Effort [Event Ref. No. TG2/QUAL]
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Co-ordinating quality effort workshop focusses on the role feedback and perception has and how this feeds into our planning in a Customer Service Excellence environment.
What does the feedback landscape look like? How can we measure Quality? How do we demonstrate we are making continuous improvements and how do we hit this moving target?
This session aims to cover these questions and help you focus on actions for quality effort in your organisation.
1300-1315 – Registration
1315-1325 – Welcome and introduction
1325-1350 – Quality – a new role in Academic Libraries
1350-1430 – The feedback landscape
1430-1515 – LibQual and SCONUL statistics examples
1515-1530 – Break
1530-1630 – Questions and answers
1630-1650 – Action planning
1650-1700 – Summary and close
Norman Boyd, Training and Quality Co-ordinator, Anglia Ruskin University
Norman has experience as a bookseller, inter-lending from a regional consortium perspective and a Librarianship in both FE and HE before taking on a new role as Training and Quality Co-ordinator for the University Library at Anglia Ruskin.
The Hardy Room at the London Mathematical Society, 57-58 Russell Square, London WC1B 4HS
Website – www.lms.ac.uk
£65 for members and £98 for other institutions.
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