“Moving on” by Craig Allen
Speaker: Dave Hesse & Brian Pichman
They used a Lazer Tag like system to set up “Hunger Games” nights in the library. They also used a bunch of interactive tech toys for different kinds of game nights.
They’re mounting tables as shelf labels that show the range in sleep [...]
Speakers: Sandy Hurd, Tina Feick, & John Smith
Development begins with internal discussion, a business case, and a plan for how the data will be harvested. And discussion may need to include the vendors who house or supply the data, like your ILS or ERM.
Product development on the vendor side can be prompted by [...]
Speaker: Doralyn Rossman
How to use a combination of qualitative and quantitative data to tell a story.
ROI is a hot topic. People outside of the library are aware of it. Comparing yourself to other libraries is challenging because your missions are different. Showing how you contribute to the mission of your institution is much [...]
Speaker: Gayle Baker, University of Tennessee – Knoxville
Phase one: Demonstrate the role of the library information in generating research grand incomes for the institution (i.e. the university spends X amount of money on the library which generates X amount of money in grant research and support).
To do this, they sent out emails to [...]