Statistics and Evaluation with E-Metrics Special Interest Group

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Conference Session 89

Telling the Library Story: creating metrics for management, advocacy and community building

Statistics and Evaluation with E-Metrics Special Interest Group

18 августа 2014 09:30 - 12:45 | Room: Salle Gratte-Ciel 1-3

  • SHARON MARKLESS (King’s Learning Institute, King’s College, London, United Kingdom) and DAVID STREATFIELD (Information Management Associates, Twickenham, United Kingdom)
  • Lightning talk 1: How to make a difference: using statistics for advocacy
    CLAUDIA LUX (Qatar National Library, Doha, Qatar)
  • Lightning talk 2: What libraries are good for: attempting to measure outcomes of public libraries
    FRANK HUYSMANS (University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands)
  • Lightning Talk 3: Measuring print and electronic resources in public libraries
    IAN DOWNIE (International Business Development, Baker and Taylor / YBP Publishing, Glasgow, United Kingdom)
  • Lightning Talk 4: Measuring spaces: how to assess library spaces and behaviour
    JULIE MCKENNA (Regina Public Library, Regina, Canada)
  • Lightning Talk 5: Management by numbers: things that help you make evidence-based decisions
    REBECCA VARGHA (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, United States)
  • Lightning Talk 6: Community based library statistics: what and how to count
    TORD HOIVIK (Oslo and Akershus University College, Oslo, Norway)

Last update: 9 July 2014