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#61
Hello,

Well better later, than never.  My name is Lise Mitchell and I'm the director of the Grand Ledge Area District Library.  We are a class 4 library just to the west of Lansing.  I have been the director here for about 6 years.  I have been really struggling to decide on one project for this workshop.  What I would really like to accomplish is a more effective dashboard that is self-sufficient and meaningful to staff, board and patrons -- or maybe a two dashboards -- one external and one internal.  Time is always my enemy and I am too often attracted to too much data -- and the data often only makes sense to me, because I've been working with it the most.  I want to make it more intuitive and meaningful to others as good measurements of the library's progress and success.  So piece of cake.

see everybody soon, Lise
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#62
Hi Everybody!

I'm Kevin Hawley, Circulation Supervisor of the East Lansing Public Library (we're right across the street from the Hannah Center - come one over and say hi!) Like many of you, we're just finishing our summer reading program. We'd like to step back and evaluate our summer reading offerings - assessing the community's needs, identifying our goals, and basically trying to determine whether we're accomplishing what we think we're accomplishing.
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#63
Hi! I'm Jane Martel from Arapahoe Libraries in Colorado. I wasn't at your Michigan RIPL event but I've been to several other RIPL events as an attendee, facilitator and instructor. I also facilitate the RIPL discussion board and look forward to your participation.

Beyond the RIPL Events>Michigan forum that you're in now, you are welcome to register for and subscribe to any individual forum and receive notifications as you desire. It's a great tool for staying connected with all your RIPL peers from across the country and for posting data and research-related questions you have.

I hope you had a fantastic time at RIPL!
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