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Presented at WiLSWorld Workshop Wednesday on August 3rd, 2016 by Joshua Morrill, Senior Information Processing Consultant, UW-Madison
Libraries gather and interpret data for a variety of purposes: to evaluate the content and accessibility of products bought for users, to understand community dynamics and demographics, to identify new services or improvements to existing ones, and much more. In the haystack of numbers available to library professionals, how do we identify the needles, and how do we polish them? This workshop will help you evaluate data quality and communicate it effectively to a variety of stakeholders.