ARL Statistics® Interactive Analytics is a subscription-based service for non-ARL member libraries, for-profit and not-for-profit entities, and researchers who want interactive access to over 100 years’ worth of ARL Statistics® data. ARL Statistics® Interactive Analytics allows you to:
review the library data collected by ARL
generate rankings of institutions by selected criteria
create graphs from the data
generate summary statistics for all ARL libraries
download the data by year in spreadsheet format
review the ARL indices
ARL is offering this subscription service to non-member organizations and individuals who are interested in accessing the final verified data through an interactive interface. (All ARL member libraries have access to the ARL Statistics® Analytics as soon as the data are submitted through the StatsQUAL® password-protected gateway at arlstatistics.org).
This webcast, held April 17, 2012, provides potential and current participants with vital information on the ClimateQUAL® service, a survey protocol capturing data on Organizational Climate and Diversity Assessment (OCDA). This one-hour webcast provides practical information for administering a survey, helps participants with interpreting the data and its analysis, and shares best practices in using the results. For more info, visit http://www.climatequal.org/.
This webcast, held on September 18, 2012, provides potential and current participants with vital information on the MINES for Libraries® service, an online, transaction-based survey that collects data on the reasons people use electronic resources and on the demographics of users. This one-hour webcast introduces the MINES for Libraries® assessment protocol, shares the benefits and results of participation, and presents useful case studies.
This webcast from February 14, 2012, provides potential and current LibQUAL+® participants with vital information on the LibQUAL+® service. This one-hour webcast provides practical information for administering a survey, helps participants with interpreting the data and its analysis, and shares best practices in using the results.Key members of the LibQUAL+® team, Martha Kyrillidou and David Green, hosted the webcast. Our guest presenters were:
Sandra Phoenix, Executive Director of the HBCU Library Alliance,
Carla Stoffle, Dean, University Libraries and Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona, and
Chestalene Pintozzi, Director of Project Management & Assessment, University of Arizona
This webcast from Dec. 11, 2012, provides an overview of the balanced scorecard for research libraries. The webcast covers the strategic aspects of the scorecard, the tool's development, objectives and goals for its implementation, promoting its purpose, analyzing results, and creating improvement strategies. Presenters include Martha Kyrillidou (ARL), Mark Cutler (Ascendant Strategy Management Group), Rachel Besara (Florida State University), Michelle Demeter (Florida State University), Mary McConnell (University of Calgary), Nina Servizzi (New York University), Gina Midlik (Case Western Reserve University), and Vivian Lewis (McMaster University).