Best Practice to Accurately Collect, Review, and Present eResource Data that is Utilized by Libraries in a University Setting
Scholarship of Discovery
This report compares a manual process to a semi-automated process (SUSHI) for collect eResource statistical data for a university library. Along the way with the discussion will show the need for statistical data for an organization. Also, the reason for utilizing an open source software CORAL to help with the SUSHI process. Finally concluding with a recommendation as how to proceed after the findings.
Marcukaitis, Matt W., "Best Practice to Accurately Collect, Review, and Present eResource Data that is Utilized by Libraries in a University Setting" (2017). Student Scholarship – Computer Science. 7.
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Under the guidance/supervision of Dr. Cathy Bareiss