The IFLA MLAS Advocacy Impact Evaluation Project is a two-year project started in November 2021. The final project result, the Review of Advocacy Impact Evaluation Practices in the Library Field, is scheduled to be published in August 2023. The aim of the project is to strengthen the advocacy impact evaluation practice in the library field by providing a set of guidance and recommendations about how to measure and evaluate the library advocacy impact. The project is led by Dijana Machala (Croatia) with participation from Susan Haigh (Canada), Hella Klauser (Germany), Halo Locher (Switzerland), Jorge Moisés Kroll Do Prado (Brazil), Pascal Sanz (France) and Alicia Sellés Carot (Spain).

The IFLA MLAS Working Group on the Advocacy Impact Evaluation is looking for inputs from our section members (library associations) on their advocacy impact evaluation practice. The aim of the survey is to get insight into the current state of the advocacy impact evaluation practice and to identify the examples of best practice.

The survey consists of four short questions that will take you 5 minutes to complete. Analyzed results will be presented as part of the IFLA MLAS Advocacy Impact Evaluation project’s output. The deadline for responses is 20 May 2023.

Thank you so much for collaborating with us filling out the survey: