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The project will build upon the work carried out in phase 1. This work will cover 6 aims, which will further exploit the data, investigate possible causal aspects and disseminate findings from both phases.

Library Impact Data Project Phase2

The project will build upon the work carried out in phase 1. This work will cover 6 aims, which will further exploit the data, investigate possible causal aspects and disseminate findings from both phases as follows:

  • Addition of other relevant data such as UCAS points, demographics, retention data etc.
  • To study the impact of in house projects
  • To use the enriched data to provide better management information Investigate three case studies of courses exhibiting non/low usage of library resources
  • To conduct a feasibility study on the viability of a JISC shared service that involves collection and analysis of library impact data for all UK HE libraries, including a workshop with SCONUL and RLUK to discuss opportunities with usage data and possibilities for shared services
  • To build on the phase 1 toolkit by offering a number of training courses and podcasts aimed at other librarians in UK HE

Project Staff

Project Manager

Graham Stone
Information Resources Manager at the University of Huddersfield
g.stone@hud.ac.uk

Summary
Start date
1 January 2012
End date
31 July 2012
Funding programme
Digital infrastructure: Information and library infrastructure programme
Strand
Information and library infrastructure: Emerging opportunities
Project website
Lead institutions

University of Huddersfield

Topic