E-Resources Webinars

Usage Statistics for Electronic Resources: Beyond the Alphabet Soup Webinar

This pre- symposium webinar covers the basics of usage statistics in electronic resources. Topics include a brief history, definitions, and standards as well as a discussion of the issues involved in interpreting statistics gathered. The session will also address why it is valuable to collect this data and what can explain the variations in usage data which may be seen during the year or related to the subject matter. This webinar is intended to introduce concepts that will be covered more fully in the E-resources Usage Statistics  symposium presented on March 25, 2013.  

Presented by: Denise D. Green, Associate Professor, Electronic Resources/Technical Services Coordinator & Research/Instruction Librarian, Millikin University

Reviewing your FY04-CY16 E-Resources Selections in CARLI’s Legacy System

The “Reviewing your FY04-CY16 E-Resources Selections in CARLI’s Legacy System” Webinar, originally titled “Selection System 101: Everything you need to know to work with the CARLI Selection System” covers the basics of navigating within the legacy system and the e-resources that are were available to the libraries there, allowing libraries to review past e-resource selections from the Fiscal Year 2004 cycle through Calendar Year 2016 . The tutorial runs best using the Firefox, Chrome or Safari internet browsers. ~ 14 minutes