you can use the links for testing your presentation in the CISCO Webex Professional Platform selected for the virtual QQML2020 Conference presentations.
The final program will be available in the website.
The platform is open on Sunday 12.00- 18.00 Greek time
and on Monday 10.00- 18.00 Greek time
whatever you like please do not hesitate to contact us
We are one week before the QQML2020 virtual conference www.qqml.org .
Next days we will email you the link of every registered person to the
conference as well as the instructions.
We do that very simple for you.
If you haven’t register to the conference, please do it urgently in order
that you be included in the program and receive your link.
Anthi Katsirikou (Ms)
QQML Conference co-chair
LATE SUBMISSIONS: 20th of April 2020
Extension up to the 30th of January 2020
Notification of acceptance two weeks after submission.
Deadline Paper Submission: 1st of May 2020
Deadline Presentation Submission: 1st of May 2020
Early bird Registration: up to 25th of April 2020
Submitting a Proposal or a session to firstname.lastname@example.org
After the Deadline Abstracts and Special Sessions should be sent as LATE
SUBMISSIONS to email@example.com
Sessions and Workshops Organizers can receive Abstracts as
Late Submission too.
Qualitative and Quantitative Methods (QQM) are proved more and more popular tools for Librarians, because of their usefulness to the everyday professional life. QQM aim to the assessment and improvement of the services, to the measurement of the functional effectiveness and efficiency. QQM are the mean to make decisions on fund allocation and financial alternatives. Librarians use also QQM in order to determine why and when their users appreciate their services.
This is the start point of the innovation involvement and the ongoing procedure of the excellent performance. Systematic development of quality management in libraries requires a detailed framework, including the quality management standards, the measurement indicators, the self-appraisal schedules and the operational rules. These standards are practice-oriented tools and a benchmarking result. Their basic function is to express responsibly the customer (library user) -supplier (library services) relationship and provide a systematic approach to the continuous change onto excellence. The indoor and outdoor relationships of libraries are dependent of their communication and marketing capabilities, challenges, opportunities and implementation programmes.