Wednesday, June 6 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Strategizing Archives Metrics: Using Tableau Visualizations and Stakeholder Promotions to Close the Loop and Improve Program Next Steps

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Assessing a robust primary source instruction program and archival materials usage statistics allows academic archives to evaluate student success metrics. Using Tableau to visualize comparisons and crosswalk data from the AEON software system, SAP HANA data platform, student assessment data in EXCEL, and beyond, archivists are establishing several strategies for demonstrating impact, value, and significance to various stakeholder groups. In this session, we will describe the programs, purposes, and methods used by a sample academic archive, provide sample Tableau visualizations, then complete a small team activity where the audience will create a one-page visualization promotional document from a selection of graphics that best presents the impact evident in the data to different types of stakeholders. Teams will then share their work with the larger group and discuss how to use the data and stakeholder promotional documents toward closing the loop and a program improvement plan.

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Jay-Marie Bravent

Director of Research Services and Education, University of Kentucky
Jay-Marie Bravent (formerly Jaime Marie Burton) currently serves as Director of Research Services & Education at the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center. Jay-Marie previously served as Education & Outreach Archivist at UK, College Archivist and Assistant Professor... Read More →

Wednesday June 6, 2018 3:00pm - 4:00pm

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