The landscape of library data and analytics has evolved in two ways. As library staffs strive to prove their value to their academic institutions, the need for valid data about their services is just the start. First, understanding how they support student outcomes, faculty engagement, and interactions with other campus platforms and systems allows libraries to provide a holistic (and well-deserved) view into all they do to support the academic institution. Second, when it comes to obtaining library data, manual workflows, offline spreadsheets, and disparate file locations can no longer be the standard process. Read more.
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The Evolving Landscape of Library Data Analytics
Where is the evolution of library data going? And how is your library adapting?
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