October 25, 2014

Data-Driven Libraries Part 3: Decoding Data to Plan for the Future

LJ Data Driven Webcasts Header updated 550x157 Data Driven Libraries Part 3: Decoding Data to Plan for the FutureSPONSORED BY:  Civic Technologies, EnvisionWare Enterprise Reporter, Collection HQ, and Library Journal
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Data-driven decision making is creating large pools of data around which public libraries are trying to define everything from overarching strategies to granular collection development strategies. Although the analysis of this data is often left to third-parties, some libraries are taking the step of hiring their own data analysts to help administrators decide what the data means, why it matters, and how best to present it to other stakeholders.

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Panelists
Johannes Neuer- Associate Director of Marketing, New York Public Library, NY
Tracie D. Hall- Vice President, Strategy and Organizational Development, Queens Library, NY 
Denises Davis- Assistant Director, Sacramento Public Library, CA

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

Click here to register for: Data-Driven Libraries Part 1: Analyzing Data to Manage Print Collections and Data-Driven Libraries Part 2: Understanding Customers Through Segmentation Analytics

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  1. Ima Thomas says:

    I participated in this WEBINAR on June 25, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. Would you please send me verification of this. If you did that day, I have not received it and I need it for CE hours for WVLC.
    Thank You
    Ima Thomas