PART 1: What Is a Data-Driven Academic Library?
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EVENT TIME & DATE: Wednesday, December 4th, 2013, 3:00-4:00 PM ET/12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PT
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This webcast will give an overview of how academic libraries are using data to drive decisions. The presentation will touch on the terminology, tools, services, and data available to libraries and provide real world examples of how academic libraries have used data to enhance services, improve online tools, and develop collections. Sarah Tudesco will also touch on how to communicate data to various stakeholders. Attendees will depart with a number of resources to learn more including the best books, blogs, journals, Twitter handles and more to continue learning as well as maintain a solid command of the progress and practices of the data-driven academic library.
Sarah Tudesco – Assessment Librarian, Yale University
Bonnie Tijerina – Head of E-Resources and Serials, Harvard Library
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