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data-driven strategizing for tiny libraries

I really need to upgrade this version of WordPress but I only remember when I am making a post and so I am busy. I did take the time, with other VLA members (Heidi! Helen! Sarah!) of redesigning the Vermont … Continue reading

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2013 in libraries

I tracked the libraries that I visited this year, like every year. I have also done this in 2012, 2011, 2010 and 2009. Ten years ago I did a short list of library visits where I actually reviwed the places … Continue reading

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2012 in libraries

I tracked the libraries that I visited this year. I have also done this in 2011, 2010 and 2009. I went to thirty-five different libraries in eleven states for fifty-four visits total. I’m sure I have forgotten some. Here’s the … Continue reading

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2011 in libraries

As with last year and the year before, I tracked the libraries that I visited this year. I usually take pictures if I can. I use Daytum to track visits. The graph it produces is weird because the one big … Continue reading

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Dataviz you can get behind, librarians as sees through a census lens

“Today, the marriage rate among librarians is the highest it has ever been with 62 percent of librarians married in 2009.” There is a lot of data in the world. Librarians are good at using census data to help people … Continue reading

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