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How Do We Prove It?: Library Use and Student Success - Shared screen with speaker view
Peggy Higgins
24:24
Will the slides from all these presentations be available for us after the conference? Thanks!
Claire Leverett
24:45
We will have a recording available. I’m not sure about the slides, but I can check on that!
Claire Leverett
26:50
Is everyone seeing the slides?
Alisha Webb
26:56
Yes
Elisabeth
26:57
yes
Kimberly Allen
26:58
yes
Jerrod Johnson
26:59
Yes.
David Young
27:00
yes
angela wacker
27:00
yes
Patrice
27:00
Yes
k.lassiter
27:00
yes
arwendowns
27:01
yup
Tammy Stewart
27:02
Yes
Erik Sugg
27:02
Yeah, all good, Claire.
Gary Camp
27:02
yes
Peggy
27:03
yes
Dayna Durbin
27:03
yep
Sarah
27:04
yes
lcsmith
27:05
yes
vickie spencer
27:07
yes
ragross
27:08
all good
Comp-06
27:14
Yes
chastity
27:15
yes
Kim Allman
27:21
yes
Retha Hall
27:21
Yes. Sound good as well.
Claire Leverett
27:21
Great, thank you! Just wanted to confirm
k.lassiter
27:46
Q: How did you navigate FERPA with this? Or does that not apply here?
lcsmith
27:55
If slides are available after session please send to lcsmith@gtcc.edu so I can share with the team
chastity
34:46
great
David Serxner
37:49
Did you also use the bib results to push library services to the instructors? I.E.: Your students did not use the resources available to them at the library. Can we set up a class to show them what we have?
Audrey Stewart
38:34
Did you isolate these papers to one course/area
Audrey Stewart
38:39
all Eng, or all Psy
Hafsa Murad
39:02
I really like to have the presentation slides if possible. my email is hmurad@nccu.edu. thank you.
David Young
39:08
Have you ever done a user survey during National Library Week to gauge student/patron use of library services?
Elizabeth Ponder
39:23
Do you have to go through an IRB on your campus to see bibliographic analysis?
chastity
39:38
Do incoming freshman have some kind of class that introduces them to the library and it’s uses? Can they make appointments to work with a librarian?
dcwindish
39:58
How did you get permission to get access to students' bibliographies? My admin said no.
Jerrod Johnson
40:27
I'd also love to have a copy of these presentation slides to share with my colleagues if possible: jerrodjohnson31@yahoo.com
chastity
40:47
Do incoming freshman have some kind of class that introduces them to the library and it’s uses? Can they make appointments to work with a librarian?
David Young
41:41
I teach a course "Introduction to Academic Research" which is a Library course (3 credit hour course) which introduces students to the Library and how to cite sources effectively using APA citation style.
Claire Leverett
41:57
If the presenters are okay sharing the slides, we will post them on our annual conference website: https://www.nclive.org/annualconference
David Young
42:14
Sounds great, thanks!
Hafsa Murad
42:18
yes, at NCCU there is a course UNIV 1100 where students need to come at least once for library instructon.
Jerrod Johnson
42:21
Thank you!
Comp-06
42:50
Thank you
chastity
48:54
Is it higher during midterm exams and final exams? Or midterm papers or final papers submission?
Larry Treadwell
49:41
would you be willing to share your excel spreedsheet shell for us to try
Alan Unsworth
51:30
I will come back around and get to the questions asked earlier that we missed - sorry!
Alan Unsworth
51:41
we will share the excel spreadsheets!
Martin House
51:49
Did you look at a regression analysis of the data to compare different data points. For example, to correlate number of logins as it relates to EZ Proxy logins?
Martin House
52:33
What about comparing your data to average GPA in Major?
Comp-06
53:13
Is this also reflective in the usage statistics and/or ILL request
Martin House
53:28
You could run a regression on number of classes taken, number of times logged in, ,and over all GPA
Martin House
53:51
You have a fantastic data set
Alan Unsworth
55:12
hey Martin - we have not dug that deeply yet, but we are hoping to analyze this data when we have time - that's the other huge issue with this, and why we paired everything down so much
Martin House
55:35
I think what you have so far is great!
Alan Unsworth
55:41
we are constantly adding to the data set though, so we will be able to have a large sample to analyze
Martin House
56:14
It's exciting because I think this is replicable at other libraries
Tara Guthrie
56:27
Do you plan to publish the results of your study once you are done?
Michael
56:45
Yes that graph speaks rather loudly to admins:)
Audrey Stewart
57:03
what about instances of Summon searching where you have added open access sources...they would show up as not Surry?
Erik Sugg
57:43
Regarding the Proxy info. If I understand it correctly, when we gather the usernames, we then contact the Dept. of Institutional Research to connect the username to the student and GPA?
Martin House
58:29
Always thought that the Soria and Nakernud studies were amazing
Elisabeth
58:35
That's pretty remarkable! wow....very interesting to look at the different results/graphs.
Carmen Barnes-Holden
01:00:10
So intriguing!
Larry Treadwell
01:00:53
are you pulling the logs every 7 days from NCLIVE
Erik Sugg
01:00:58
It may be early for feedback, but I just want to say this is THE most informative and useful webinar I've ever seen. FANTASTIC work, all of you.
hsmith
01:01:27
I agree, Erik
dcwindish
01:01:52
I agree, Erik!
Nichole Nichols
01:01:56
Yes, I agree with Erik as well. This was very useful!
Larry Treadwell
01:01:56
this has been a very interesting and informative presentation thank you. I’m currently looking at OpenAthens and OCLC EZProxy Analytics and now I may not have to anymore
David Young
01:02:07
Great presentation, Alan and Maria! Very informative!
Carmen Barnes-Holden
01:02:51
How do we access our nclive stats?
Libby
01:03:11
Very impressive…awesome collaboration with your faculty!!! Please present at the next NCCCLA Conference or webinars.
Tara Guthrie
01:04:31
@Libby: They presented this at our NCCCLA in March.
Martin House
01:05:04
If you want someone to look at regression analysis, I'd love to help!
Maria Luisa
01:05:21
Maria Luisa Saldarriaga Osorioosoriom@surry.eduAlan Unsworthunswortha@surry.edu
Amee Odom
01:05:31
Martin is awesome! Take him up on the offer!
Martin House
01:05:43
;) Thanks Amy
angela wacker
01:05:51
This is fantastic. Thank you for sharing. Just wanted to say you two are doing fantastic work with the resources ­­­(you) that you have! wow!
Frank Quinn
01:07:09
Terrific presentation-- thank you both!
Retha Hall
01:07:11
Very interesting data. Great job, Alan and Maria, for being trailblazers!
Siuki Wong
01:07:20
Thank you.
Leslie Shaip
01:07:21
Thank you so much!
arwendowns
01:07:22
Thank you!
Jeanne Cross
01:07:23
Thank you! This was really super!
Mary Abernathy
01:07:24
Thank you, this was great.
Tara Guthrie
01:07:26
Thanks! :-)
Ilishe Mikos
01:07:26
thank you thank you
Comp-06
01:07:27
Great presentation, very informative
Michael
01:07:30
Very good job, relevant and doable:)
Kerry
01:07:31
Thank you, very interesting
Maria Luisa
01:07:31
Maria Luisa Saldarriaga Osorioosoriom@surry.eduAlan Unsworthunswortha@surry.edu
Angela Calhoun
01:07:35
Thank you
claire golcher
01:07:35
Thank you!
Kim Allman
01:07:39
Thanks this was great.
Erik Sugg
01:07:40
Thank you again, all of you. I'll be writing you soon, Maria!
Brian
01:07:40
Great job! Thank you
David Young
01:07:43
Thank you both!
Tammy Stewart
01:07:46
Awesome presentation!!!
Giselle
01:07:46
thank you
calvin
01:07:46
great job
Ilishe Mikos
01:07:48
imikos@louisburg.edu excel shell please
Paula Hartman
01:07:50
Thanks so much - this was really helpful
lcsmith
01:07:54
Thank you for the information!
Martin House
01:07:55
Great job!
Darlene’s iPad
01:07:59
thanks great
Carmen Barnes-Holden
01:08:01
Thank You for the great presentation!
Sharron Johnson
01:08:03
thank you
Andrew
01:08:05
Thank you!
ragross
01:08:08
thank you all