RIPL Resources: Tuesday, July 28

Opening Keynote, Monday night: What Research Wants

Presentation Slides

Orientation

Presentation Slides

Creating a Library Data Road Map

Presentation Slides

Assessing Community Needs

Documents:

Know Your Community: Using Demographic Data to Inform Planning

Documents:

Websites:

How to Listen to Your Community with Interviews and Focus Groups

Presentation Slides

Moving Toward Outcomes

Presentation Slides

Why Are You Doing What You’re Doing? Outcomes-Based Evaluation for Planning and Impact

Presentation Slides

Recognizing the Potential of Open-Ended Questions

Presentation Slides

An Exclusive Evening With EBSCO: Reader, Seeker, Socialite, Informavore: Digital Habits of Public Library Patrons

Deirdre Costello, EBSCO Sr. UX Researcher

RIPL Participants’ Evaluation Projects

Descriptions of RIPL participants’ evaluation projects

Learning Station Resources

Data Visualization

Sharing Out RIPL

Social Media Metrics

 Alternative Methods to the Survey

POPULAR RESOURCES

  • Public Library Statistics & Profiles
    Dive into annual statistics from the Colorado Public Library Annual Report using our interactive tool, results tailored to trustees, and state totals and averages.
  • School Library Impact Studies
    School libraries have a profound impact on student achievement. Explore studies about this topic by LRS and other researchers in our comprehensive guide.
  • Fast Fact Reports
    Looking for a quick rundown of library research? Check out our Fast Facts, which highlight research and statistics about various library topics.

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This project is made possible by a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).

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