April 15, 2014

Data-Driven Libraries Part 1: Analyzing Data to Manage Print Collections

LJ Data Driven Webcasts Header updated 550x157 Data Driven Libraries Part 1: Analyzing Data to Manage Print CollectionsSPONSORED BY: Civic Technologies, EnvisionWare Enterprise Reporter, Collection HQ, Innovative Interfaces, and Library Journal


Data-driven collection analysis is growing quickly as libraries take advantage of the new tools and services on the market that allow for rapid evidence-based decision making about everything from what materials to buy and how to deploy collections. Such data is also underpinning large collaborative efforts to create shared strategies for management of print collections.

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Amanda Owens- Materials Selector, Tulsa City County Library, OK
Matthew Revitt- Program Manager, Maine Shared Collections Strategy Program Manager, ME
Aimee Fifarek- IT & Digital Intiatives Deputy Director, Phoenix Public Library, AZ

Jeanne Goodrich- Executive Director, Las Vegas-Clark County Library District, NV

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