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NISO Training Series - Assessment Practices and Metrics for the 21st Century - November 16, 2018 - Session Five - Formulating, Interpretation and Presentation of Data, Part Two

This session further delves into the available data derived from library activity; this might encompass everything from data gathered through the library web site to sensor data arising from traffic within the library. How is the library assessing programs offered? What data arises from mobile devices when delivering location based services? How to evaluate student learning outcomes in the context of the library?

Martha Kyrillidou

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CEO, QualityMetrics, LLC

Martha Kyrillidou runs a consulting company, QualityMetrics, LLC, from Silver Spring, MD. She consults in management, evaluation, assessment and R&D activities. She helps libraries respond to customer needs through the development of user-focused services and culture that enhance the user-experience. Martha holds a PhD in library and information science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and an MLS and an MEd with specialization in evaluation and measurement from Kent State University.

Sarah Murphy

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Data Literacy & Visualization Librarian, Ohio State University

Sarah Murphy is the data literacy and visualization librarian and a professor at The Ohio State University Libraries. Murphy helps individuals and teams communicate effectively using various analytics and visualization tools. She is a passionate about Tableau and shares her expertise with students and researchers across the university. Murphy offers data visualization workshops, consultations and training through the Research Commons.

Steven Braun

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Data Analytics and Visualization Specialist, Northeastern University Libraries

Steven Braun is the Data Analytics and Visualization Specialist in the Northeastern University Libraries Digital Scholarship Group. He received his M.S. in molecular biophysics and biochemistry from Yale University and his B.A. in chemistry and Asian studies from St. Olaf College. His visualization work emphasizes interdisciplinary connections that challenge the ways in which we understand the relationship between data and representation in the world around us. For examples of Steven’s work, see http://www.stevengbraun.com.