Category Archives: web analytics

Using Social Media to Engage Library Users

Today’s very special post is authored by Kaitlyn Semborski and Geneva Heffernan, from Library Outreach and Communications at Temple Libraries.  At Temple Libraries, we use social media to build and maintain relationships with library stakeholders. Daily, our Instagram, Twitter, and … Continue reading

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A New Day for Assessment Practice?

It is difficult to believe that in early March we convened the Assessment Community of Practice, joining Margery Sly and Matt Shoemaker to talk about changing needs for assessment measures as we develop new library services. The new Charles Library … Continue reading

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Improving the Discoverability of our Digital Collections

Doreva Belfiore, Digital Projects Librarian, invests much of her time improving access to digital collections and making these collections findable on the open web. I talked with her recently about how her work helps to enhance the discoverability of Temple’s … Continue reading

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