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Creative Ideas in Technical Services Interest Group (Core IG Week) - Shared screen with speaker view
Jenny Levine (Core staff, she/hers)
08:03
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Mary Konkel
08:06
Blizzard just arrived about 10 minutes in the Chicago area and Internet was down for a bit. Back up now.
Jay Colbert (University of New Hampshire - he/him)
08:25
She was in the waiting room
Jaime Taylor
22:59
when I ran a primo installation' my test search was “Kafka.” no one is actually that interested in Kafka as our analytics said
Josh Hutchinson
24:11
I've been wondering who in our library is searching for some of the stuff in our top 20 list. That makes sense now...
Rachel Fager
25:18
Nice! My go to is Perikles. If anyone searches for him, they'll probably spell it with a "c"
Jaime Taylor
25:34
also, some discovery layers and other systems treat links like searches, which is why you see some with weird punctuation that people would never type. those come from lmk clicks
Jen Froetschel
26:27
Our primo person asked if we could use terms like "test", "practice", and similar terms so they could cull out that data
Prema Desai
55:53
Hi
Brandy Burbante
56:04
can anyone type in their favorite visualization tools?
Nerissa LINDSEY
56:57
I've only ever played around with Two Ravens
Susan Morris
57:10
Library of Congress is using Tableau for both Human Capital and collection development -- which shows how versatile it is.
Lauren Corbett
57:30
Excel is still a great data viz tool
Jaime Taylor
58:13
last time I left a job, I left a READ ME in every file, both physical and digital, o my eventual successor would have a place to find the sticky details of all the weirdness I’d left behind
Elizabeth Szkirpan (She/Her)
59:08
It is titled "The 'Bus Proof' Library: Technical Succession Planning, Knowledge Transfer, and Intuitional Memory" from "The Journal of Library Administration" by Sieward and Louderback, 2019.
Elsa Varela
59:08
Elizabeth can you drop the link to your site in the chat?
Nerissa LINDSEY
59:17
http://2ra.vn
Jenny Levine (Core staff, she/hers)
59:43
ALA is starting to use Microsoft's Power BI, too
Elizabeth Szkirpan (She/Her)
59:44
Yes! Thank you for reminding me. https://sites.google.com/view/szkirpan-web-portfolio/home?authuser=1
Marina Morgan
59:51
Talking about Excel, last year ALCTS offered a webinar "Excel for Technical Services" http://www.ala.org/alcts/confevents/upcoming/webinar/042220
Elsa Varela
59:56
Thanks!
Jenny Levine (Core staff, she/hers)
59:56
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Marina Morgan
01:00:09
Will both presentations be uploaded on ALA Connect?
Donna Rose
01:00:12
Great discussion!
Susan Martin
01:00:17
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Sarah Hovde
01:01:14
Thank you all for joining us today!
Rose Krause
01:01:17
Great session!
Audra Kackley
01:01:23
Thank you. Wonderful presentations and discussion.
Donna Kahelin
01:01:27
thank you!
Amanda Xu
01:01:40
Thank you so much for the great presentation and discussions!
Robert Paynter
01:02:17
thank you all
Melissa Brooks
01:02:33
THank you for the great presentations and discussions.
Maria Ho
01:02:38
thank you