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Data Days 2020 Afternoon Session - Shared screen with speaker view
Leigh Tinik
21:36
Welcome Back!
Russell Hall
27:37
Hi Andrew!
Steve Borrelli
53:12
Do we consider the longer term costs of housing physical items when considering what to purchase, retain, withdraw?
JOHN MEIER
55:11
I like how Julia mentioned we pay quite a bit and deserve good service. can we get better data?
JOHN MEIER
56:09
I did like the Unpaywall or Unsub data analysis, but it is messy
JOHN MEIER
56:24
Thank you
Russell Hall
59:45
I meant actively seeking those voices
Russell Hall
59:54
Rather than waiting for passive responses
Steve Borrelli
01:22:08
Would you like to see this information about the collection added to the Factbook?
Steve Borrelli
01:22:41
Would you like to see this information about the collection added to the Factbook?
Andrew Dudash
01:23:07
yes
Emily Reed
01:23:23
yes to all of that
Alison Newman
01:23:27
Yes
JOHN MEIER
01:23:28
Yes
Steve Borrelli
01:23:35
Would you like to see this information about instruction added to the factbook?
ANNE BEHLER
01:23:58
Yes!
Sarah Hartman-Caverly
01:24:03
maybe, if appropriately deidentified - a consideration of scale
Andrew Dudash
01:24:05
Yes.
Emily Reed
01:24:11
+1 Sarah
JOHN MEIER
01:24:22
Yes, especially in context of College and Campus enrollment
Steve Borrelli
01:24:30
Would you like to see this information about course reserves added to the factbook?
Sarah Hartman-Caverly
01:24:44
same, if appropriately deidentified
JOHN MEIER
01:25:12
Also equipment and kits
Andrew Dudash
01:25:16
I think the textbook fund data would be complimentary to the reserve info.
Steve Borrelli
01:25:26
Would you like to see this more detailed information related to circulation added to the factbook?
Sarah Hartman-Caverly
01:26:03
I can see breaking out circ data by collection attributes, but would caution against any patron attributes
Katie Odhner
01:26:09
By LC class type would be very interesting! Also by collection (for instance, our library has a popular fiction collection that is separate from the rest of the collection)
Andrew Dudash
01:26:09
Also what media tech circulates
JOHN MEIER
01:26:21
Yes, we might want to shift equipment to more busy locations
CARMEN R GASS
01:26:33
Thanks.. Great tool! Thanks for the demo Leigh!
Katie Odhner
01:26:34
Thank you so much for your work on the factbook! It's super useful and interesting. Two questions: Why is the data collected by quarter? Could there be a way to break the data down by semester or by month in the dashboard? This would be useful for communicating library impact out to our campus, for instance, at the end of a semester.
JOHN MEIER
01:41:57
Great outcome!
Steve Borrelli
01:50:21
How often do you come across issues like this that catalyze projects? I'm always impressed with the Libraries commitment to improving records issues.
CARMEN R GASS
01:50:56
Great presentation! You all are doing very important work!!
Heather Ross
01:51:05
Great job. Great to see people using BCA.
Sherry Lonsdale
01:51:09
Thanks for sharing, great example of how BCA can be helpful other than reporting.
Heather Ross
01:52:29
If you watched Heather Froelich's talk about using text mining. It might be interesting to do a large export and use text mining to find issues with records.
Heather Ross
01:54:22
limit to certain subject headings and then do text mining
CARMEN R GASS
02:05:09
Great job Xuying!
Steve Borrelli
02:05:59
Seth we can hear you
Steve Borrelli
02:09:02
I can hear both seth and Xuying
CARMEN R GASS
02:38:13
Thanks everyone! Very informative!
Heather Ross
02:38:13
Great job everyone!
Steve Borrelli
02:39:32
You mentioned other institutional repositories. I wasn't aware there were multiple. Is scholarsphere in competition with the other repositories?
CARMEN R GASS
02:39:33
Have you all reached out to any of the clubs/offices working with first generation students?
Heather Ross
02:40:03
I like how you showed patron data from Desk Tracker. How did you collect patron level and college? Was it helpful to have those breakdowns?
Steve Borrelli
02:42:41
The arc of programming you've put together is impressive. Nice job RePub!
CARMEN R GASS
02:42:46
Thanks.. I will email you..
Heather Ross
02:44:58
What do you want to do next>
Hannah Hadley
02:45:01
Data Curation Primers are here: https://github.com/DataCurationNetwork/data-primers
Xuying Xin
02:50:45
Thank you all!
Hannah Hadley
02:50:53
Thanks!
JOHN MEIER
02:50:54
Thank you to all presenters and Assessment!