Who’s reading what and why it matters - Fiona Salisbury, La Trobe University: Talis Insight Asia-Pacific 2021
Understanding the relationship between reading behaviour, access to digital recourses and student engagement is critical for libraries wanting to play a key role in improving the student experience.
At La Trobe University Library combining reading list access data with student data is part of an ongoing journey to bring data analytics into our academic collaborations and conversations about student learning. This session shares strategic drivers and reflections on a library initiative to capture, visualise and analyse data from library and institutional systems to inform new practice and contribute to student success.
Tuesday January 19, 2021,
starting at 1:00 AM GMT
Fiona Salisbury is the University Librarian at La Trobe University. Fiona is an experienced library leader and before being appointed to her current role worked in senior library roles at La Trobe University and the University of Melbourne.
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