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Librarians as Master Gardeners<br />Making Statistics Bloom for Your Community<br />Criss Library Dashboard<br />Emily Kes...
Our Weedy Patch<br /><ul><li>Many statistics in many places
Many platforms
Formatting mess
Many users and different logins
No true organization
Not useful</li></li></ul><li>Our Vision<br /><ul><li>Free means to collect and display data
Easy to implement
Sustainable
Identify dashboard leaders from different departments
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  • Places statistics were placed wiki shared drives desktops flash drives personal foldersPlatforms Excel Accesss Wiki Word documents
  • Also, many of the proprietary software would still require us to use Excel and input the information, since it would not have access to our different sources for statistics.
  • At last this, take tour of dashboard and Google sites
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    1. 1. Librarians as Master Gardeners<br />Making Statistics Bloom for Your Community<br />Criss Library Dashboard<br />Emily Kesten<br />Joyce Neujahr<br />
    2. 2. Our Weedy Patch<br /><ul><li>Many statistics in many places
    3. 3. Many platforms
    4. 4. Formatting mess
    5. 5. Many users and different logins
    6. 6. No true organization
    7. 7. Not useful</li></li></ul><li>Our Vision<br /><ul><li>Free means to collect and display data
    8. 8. Easy to implement
    9. 9. Sustainable
    10. 10. Identify dashboard leaders from different departments
    11. 11. Adaptable
    12. 12. Satisfied report needs
    13. 13. Internal
    14. 14. Connect to the campus community
    15. 15. Advocacy
    16. 16. Demonstrate our Value</li></li></ul><li>The Dig<br /><ul><li> Searched Library literature and Google
    17. 17. Prevalence of proprietary software
    18. 18. Primarily used in businesses
    19. 19. Experimented with numerous examples of dashboards
    20. 20. Nothing library specific
    21. 21. If it was free there was little flexibility
    22. 22. Rest were costly </li></li></ul><li>Our Gardening Tools of Choice<br /><ul><li> Google Sites & Google Docs
    23. 23. Free
    24. 24. Easy
    25. 25. Customizable (mostly)
    26. 26. Updates in real time
    27. 27. Accessible anywhere, anytime
    28. 28. Choice of who sees and who edits</li></li></ul><li>Seeds & Planting<br /><ul><li>Google sites
    29. 29. Can use Excel and Google Docs
    30. 30. Easily upload or download
    31. 31. From wiki and drives to this</li></li></ul><li>Blooming<br /><ul><li>Cultivate library data to visually connect departments within the library
    32. 32. Annual reports
    33. 33. Collection development
    34. 34. Staffing
    35. 35. Sharing of statistics previously unavailable
    36. 36. Wider campus community
    37. 37. Advocacy to other departments
    38. 38. ILL requests from departments
    39. 39. Copyright Costs
    40. 40. Web of Science Usage
    41. 41. Purchased with help from Office of Research and Creativity</li></li></ul><li>Do You?<br /><ul><li> Have data and need information?
    42. 42. Create annual reports?
    43. 43. Need to show your value?
    44. 44. Need a presentation for the decision makers?</li></li></ul><li>Try A Visual presentation <br /><ul><li> Easier to understand
    45. 45. Easier to remember</li></li></ul><li>Questions?Comments?ekesten@unomaha.edujneujahr@unomaha.edu<br />
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