Understanding and Using Library Data - September 13 & 15, 2021 1 pm - 3 pm CDT

Effective collection, interpretation and display of library data informs library decision-making and service design. This online course serves as a primer for basic analytic concepts and methods and a refresher on tried-and-true statistics. Students will discuss the relative merits and limitations of concepts covered. The course will provide instruction on several free tools for collecting, analyzing and visualizing data. Students will draft a data analysis project to use in their own library.

Learning Objectives:

  *   Understand basic principles of data, statistics, and information and how they relate.
  *   Consider and evaluate different methods of library data collection, data analysis, and data visualization.
  *   Draft a small data project for your library integrating collection, analysis and visualization elements.

This online course is designed for librarians and library staff who are involved with assessment, decision-making, and other areas that involve data analysis and interpretation.

Amigos Member Individual Registration: $ 165.00
Non-member Individual Registration: $ 220.00

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Jodie Borgerding (she/her/hers)
Continuing Education Services Manager
Amigos Library Services
1190 Meramec Station Road, Suite 207
Ballwin, MO  63021
(972) 340-2897
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