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B104 Web Technologies & User Engagement

Monday, April 8, 2013
3:15 PM 4:00 PM
, Research Analyst, Library Research Service, Colorado State Library
, Data Coordinator and Web Developer, Library Research Service, Colorado State Library

Speakers share what they learned mining data from a biennial study of the websites of more than 600 public libraries. They looked for the presence of web technologies including RSS feeds, virtual reference, and integration with various social media networks. Find out which technologies are most common in U.S. public libraries, how they are being used, and use their research to inform the decisions about your library’s use of web technologies.






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