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Psychology/Psychiatry Committee Panel Discussion

ALA Annual 2006

When:  Sunday, June 25, 2006
Time:  1:30 - 3:30
Location:  Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Grand Ballroom D

A panel discussion featuring:

Nancy O'Brien, University of Illinois:  The test maze: Problem for users, problem for librarians.
The handout is now available.

Helen Hough, University of Texas, Arlington.  Creator of Tests and Measures in the Social Scienes: Tests available in compilation volumes.
The PowerPoint presentation is now available. 

Karen McQuillen, ETS.  Presenting the NEW online Tests in Microfiche Collection.
The PowerPoint presentation is now available.

Debralee Krahmer, University of Nebraska, Lincoln.  The Buros Institute and what the MMY and Buros website can do for you and your users.

This session is ideal for reference, instruction and collection management librarians and features a panel discussion with experts in the field of measurement from the publishing, vendor, professional and library communities.  This program is useful for librarians assisting undergrads, graduates and faculty in locating measurement instruments and for those who are planning or have a test collection in their library.

Sponsored:  EBSS/Psychology and Psychiatry Committee