Webcast: Data-Driven Academic Library

Image by Bionic Teaching. Retrieved from Flickr. Used under Creative Commons' licensing.
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ProQuest, Springer, Library Journal and ER&L are sponsoring a series of upcoming webcasts. The first in the series addresses how academic libraries use data to make decisions. Identifying best practices to effectively communicate data to various stakeholders.  

This webcast will include presentations from both Sarah Tudesco, Assessment Librarian, Yale University and Bonnie Tijerina, Head of E-Resources and Serials, Harvard Library

What Is a Data-Driven Academic Library?
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
2:00-3:00 PM CT

Registration

Here are the links for the next two webcasts in this series:

  • Click here to register for Part 2 of this series: The Evolution of Usage: Analyzing and Benchmarking Use.
  • Click here to register for Part 3 of this series: Measuring Impact: Redefining Scholarly Value Through New Data.

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