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Assessment Integration Group

About Our Group

Develop and implement strategies to create and sustain a culture of assessment. The Assessment Integration Group (AIG) plays a key role in developing and implementing the Library’s assessment strategy: to build a culture of assessment to align with campus goals and priorities, and to develop strategies to articulate impact and effectiveness. AIG isresponsible for creating and maintaining strategies for coordinating, promoting, and monitoring assessment efforts in the Emory Libraries. AIG is a Library Cabinet subgroup.

Team Members

Anne Le-huu Pineault, Oxford College Library

Caitlin Russell, Pitts Theology Library

Colin Bragg, Access and Resource Services

Courtney Chartier, Rose Library

Dana Bryant, Academic Technology Services

Jason LeMay, Law Library

Jennifer Doty, Research, Engagement, and Scholarly Communications

Jessie Copeland, Access and Resource Services

Jessica Robinson, Oxford College Library

Kathy Dixson, Campus and Community Relations

Kristan Majors Chilcoat, Assessment and User Experience

Abby Ellerbe, Finance and Accounting

Lisa Macklin, Research, Engagement, and Scholarly Communications (Ex Officio)

Michael Luther, Assessment and User Experience (Chair)

Pat Culpepper, Assessment and User Experience

Saira Raza, Goizueta Business Library

Tara McCurley, Academic Technology Services

Terence Jefferson, Access and Resource Services

Tyler Moses, Health Sciences Library