November 17, 2017

Data-Driven Academic Libraries: Archive Registration

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Sign up for a free, three-part webcast series, developed in collaboration with ER&L

Now more than ever libraries have access to a lot of data about their user communities. This three-part webcast series, developed in partnership with Electronic Resources and Libraries (ER&L) explores the answers to the following questions: Are we using that data to inform decisions? Are we using the best data available to us? Are we using the right tools to answer our questions? Can we improve services, access, and collection development asking the right questions of this data? And, how can we work with our scholarly communities to support their interest in data about their individual and organizational scholarly output?

This series includes the following sessions:

  • What is a Data-Driven Academic Library?
  • The Evolution of Usage and Impact: Analyzing and Benchmarking Use
  • Measuring Impact: Redefining Scholarly Value Through New Data

These webcasts will touch on just some of the many areas where libraries are gathering, analyzing, and using data to change how they work—fueling your ability to better put this information to work in your libraries.


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