101- Data Collection Planning & Resource Management

101 Skills

Individuals at the 101 Level have the following skills:

    • Basic understanding of different types of data
    • Basic understanding of digital preservation and data preservation
    • Basic understanding of identifying metrics
    • Basic understanding of project planning
    • Basic understanding of research design
    • Basic understanding of community engagement

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Basic understanding of different types of data

This training explores the ins and outs of assessment data.

Digging into Assessment Data: Tips, Tricks, and Tools of the Trade

Digging into Assessment Data: Tips, Tricks, and Tools of the Trade

Learn about the concepts of sampling, data types, and data management and how public libraries can benefit from the knowledge of this data.

Basic understanding of different types of data

Digital preservation for individuals and small groups

Digital preservation for individuals and small groups

Gain a foundational understanding of digital preservation for individuals and small groups.

Using and Handling Data

Using and Handling Data

This training explores how to use and handle data.

Basic understanding of identifying metrics

Buy-In Not Opt-Out: Creating a Culture for Staff Drive Metrics

Buy-In Not Opt-Out: Creating a Culture for Staff Drive Metrics

Be introduced to a performance measuring system that works for your team, and learn other beneficial skills for staff driven metrics.

Measures that Matter Part One: A View into the Current Public Library Data Landscape

Measures that Matter Part One: A View into the Current Public Library Data Landscape

Learn more about the current state of public library data in this WebJunction webinar series.

Measures that Matter Part Two: Detailing the Data-based Story of Public Libraries

Measures that Matter Part Two: Detailing the Data-based Story of Public Libraries

Learn about the concepts of sampling, data types, and data management and how public libraries can benefit from the knowledge of this data in this WebJunction webinar series.

Measures that Matter Part Three: Moving Toward More Meaningful Measures

Measures that Matter Part Three: Moving Toward More Meaningful Measures

Learn about the basics of how data can be used for public libraries in this WebJunction webinar series.

Measure Your Impact: Getting Started with Outcome-Based Evaluation

Measure Your Impact: Getting Started with Outcome-Based Evaluation

This Infopeople webinar explores how to discover the various ways to measure outcomes in your library.

Using Data to Understand Your Community & Measure Impact

Using Data to Understand Your Community & Measure Impact

Learn about how to use data to understand your community needs and learn how to measure impact.

Basic understanding of project planning

Key Elements of a Project Plan

Key Elements of a Project Plan

Learn the basics about project management, and discover how to turn an idea into a fund-able project.

UNICEF Webinar: Theory of Change

Theory of Change

This UNICEF webinar explores the Theory of Change and why it’s important.

Basic understanding of research design

Cornell University: Introduction to Reasearch

Cornell University: Introduction to Research

This online resource is a guide designed to introduce individuals to research.

Designing Studies

Designing Studies

This online class gives a foundational overview how to design studies for research.

User-centered Assessment: Leveraging What You Know and Filling in the Gaps

User-centered Assessment: Leveraging What You Know and Filling in the Gaps

Learn about how formal assessments can benefit your library.

Community engagement

Tell Me Something I Don’t Know: Meaningful Community Engagement

Tell Me Something I Don’t Know: Meaningful Community Engagement

This Infopeople webinar explores how to have meaningful community engagement while engaging in library planning and evaluation.