We collect lots of data in our libraries, but we may not be using this data to its full potential. This hands-on, interactive program will cover what kinds of data to collect, how to analyze it, and how to present it to stakeholders. Learn how to use data to improve library services, understand library workflows, use resources efficiently, and make the library a better place!
Presenter: Elaine Lasda is a Subject Librarian for Social Welfare at the University at Albany. She has an MLS from the University at Albany and a CAS in Data Science from Syracuse University. She has a well-deserved reputation for actually making data fun.