How the MISO Team Has Used the Data

Since its beginning, the MISO Survey relied on a volunteer leadership team to help direct the administration and content of the survey, and this same team has been involved in much of the national level research that has emerged from the survey. Much of that research has been shared through formal presentations, papers and book chapters.

2020 NERCOMP (to be rescheduled)

  • Presentation: "What Does the Data Say? Evidence-Based Analysis of Technology Services"

2019 Consortium of Liberal Arts Colleges (CLAC) Annual Meeting

  • Presentation: "We Heard You, but What Does the Data Say? Evidence-based Analysis of Technology Services"

2019 ACRL National Conference

  • Poster Session: “Measuring the Academic Impact of Libraries: Case Studies”

2018 Performance Measurement and Metrics

2018 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference

  • Poster Session: “We Heard You, But What Does the Data Say?”

2015 Reviewing the Academic Library: A Guide to Self-Study and External Review

  • Book Chapter: "Understanding library and information service quality with MISO Survey and LibQUAL+"

2015 11th Northumbria International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and Information Services

  • Three linked presentations on “Measuring Information Service Outcomes in Academic Libraries: findings and insights from the MISO Survey”

2015 Virtual Academic Library Environment (VALE) conference

2014 ELI Annual Meeting

2013 International Conference on Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries

2012 EDUCAUSE Annual Meeting

  • Presentation: "What Faculty Need: National Trends from the MISO Survey"

2012 EDU-ISIS Webinar

  • Soup to Surveys: 7 Years of MISO

2012 EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) Annual Meeting

2011 Consortium of Liberal Arts Colleges (CLAC) Annual Meeting

2011 ECAR Research Bulletin

2010 Library Assessment Conference




2009 NISO Performance Measures and Assessment

2009 CLIR CIOs

2009 ELI Annual

2008 MISO Symposium

2007 MISO Symposium

2006 MISO Symposium