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Custom Analytics with Google Tag Manager: Assessing Usage Statistics on the MD-SOAR Platform
As usage metrics continue to attain an increasingly central role in library system assessment and analysis, librarians tasked with system selection, implementation, and support are driven to identify metric approaches that ...
Assessing effectiveness of communication and collaboration platforms at USMAI partner campuses
The USMAI library consortium — originally formed to capitalize on cooperative resource sharing — provides partner institutions with a knowledge-sharing network and a pool of talented, insightful collaborators. By combining ...
Blind spots, gaps, and unexpected traffic: A (brief) history of the transition to Google Tag Manager and new approaches to improved MD-SOAR analytics
The transition to Google Tag Manager (GTM) seemed like an obvious choice for the MD-SOAR shared institutional repository: easier management of custom analytics tags, immediate integration with existing DSpace and Google ...
My very first robot: Programming a Twitter bot to promote open access scholarship
Social media is now recognized as an important element in promoting scholarship available on institutional repository sites. To capitalize on the value-added by social media engagement, automated "bots" can be deployed to ...
Project Academic Knowledge: Using the Microsoft Academic API to evaluate institutional repository impact
Microsoft Academic (MA) is a publicly-accessible commercial discovery interface that supports creative reuse and evaluation of data through the implementation of accessible APIs. This presentation will provide an overview ...
The Closed-Loop: Academic Publication Data Conundrum
In this talk we will discuss the problems inherent in the publications-as-data model of large publishing and educational technology platforms. The datafication of scholarly communications establishes a closed-loop pipeline ...