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The Numbers Game: Collecting, Compiling, and Utilizing Usage Data in an Academic Library
As our academic library budgets evolve, librarians have to make difficult decisions about what resources to spend that money on every year. Looking at patron usage of our resources, both tangible and electronic, can help ...
Presentation given at E-Resources & Libraries (ER&L) on March 18th, 2013. Managing e-resources with free and proprietary tools.
E-Resource Management at Miami University (Great Expectations: Maximizing Efficiency and Value in Collection Management and Discovery)
Presentation given as part of panel at Charleston Annual Conference on November 4, 2010. Managing e-resources.
Usage Statistics in the Real World: Two Perspectives
Presentation given at the Great Lakes E-Summit on October 11, 2012. Managing e-resource usage statistics.