Lewis Center, OH (USA)
Brannon introduces coding, covers things to take into consideration when creating a codebook, and provides real world examples of codebooks in action.
File: pptx, 6.6MB Topics: User Research
This presentation details research methods, and data collection and data analysis tools and methods used in library and information schools over the years for information behavior studies, as well as challenges and opportunities.
File: pptx, 22.1MB Topics: User Research, Research Methods
Learn about the Digital Visitors and Residents project, how research supporting the project was completed, results focused on digital literacy, and recommendations for libraries.
File: pptx, 38.1MB Topics: User Research, Information Literacy
Whether you’re trying to decide how to allocate your library’s resources or make the best use of your space, formal assessment tools can guide your decision-making. This webinar covers why formal assessments are more effective than anecdotal data, and will help you learn how to plan effective evaluations.
File: video, 60 minutes Topics: User Research, Assessment, WebJunction
Learn about this project that identified how and why people get information, including the research methods used in the work, and get details about digital literacy findings of the project.
File: pptx, 43MB Topics: Digital Visitors and Residents, User Research
Learn more about OCLC's Digital Visitors and Residents work, identifying how individuals are engaging with technology, acquiring information, and why they make their choices.
File: pptx, 26MB Topics: Digital Visitors and Residents, User Research, Information Literacy
Ramat Gan (Israel)
Learn about the Digital Visitors and Residents project, which reveals the information behavior of students and faculty as they access information in the library.
File: pptx, 40MB Topics: Digital Visitors and Residents, User Research
Silipigni Connaway shares results from OCLC's Digital Visitors and Residents work, which identified how individuals are engaging with technology, acquiring information, why they make their choices, and how libraries can use this information to make decisions to reach users.
File: pptx, 21MB Topics: Digital Visitors and Residents, User Research