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Using Data to Tell Your Library's Story-Juneau In-Person

Alaska State Library sponsored event

Libraries collect a lot of data: circulation, program attendance, user satisfaction, etc.  In this daylong workshop, you will learn how to go beyond simply collecting and reporting on these numbers. Through a series of interactive exercises, you will discover how to analyze your data, use your results to inform your strategic planning, management, and communication with stakeholders, and visually present your statistics in infographics and other formats to demonstrate your library’s impact.

 At the end of the workshop, participants will:

  •     Be able to conduct standard types of public library analysis.
  • Have increased skills and confidence in using data for strategic planning, management, and communication with stakeholders.
  •   Be able to visually present data so that it tells a powerful story about their library

In Juneau, the workshop will be held in the Father Anderw P. Kashevaroff Library, Archives and Museum Building, Class Room 

Date: May 8, 2017

From: 9am to 5 pm

For more information contact Julie Niederhauser (julie.niederhauser@alaska.gov)

Monday, May 8, 2017
All Day Event
Time Zone:
Alaska (change)
Alaska State Library~Juneau
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