Identifying Community Needs for Public Library Management

MOOC
Identifying Community Needs for Public Library Management
Language
English
Duration
1 hour coourse
Certificate
Certification paid
Course by EdX
Identifying Community Needs for Public Library Management
What will you learn?
● How to find demographic and persona data from online sources;● To conduct environmental scans;● How to lead focus groups and interviews;● How to analyze data to find patterns, overlaps, and gaps in available community services;● To synthesize your findings in a report.
About the course

Public libraries are becoming dynamic hubs for learning, civic engagement, and community.

This course will discuss strategies for gathering statistical and descriptive data about public library communities. Learners will identify local partners in education, social services, government agencies, and more.

While conducting real-world investigations, learners will gain deeper insight into the wants and needs of community organizations. This will empower learners to make better management decisions to address those needs, even in libraries with limited budgets.

Program
Identifying Community Needs for Public Library Management
Learn how to conduct research, surveys, and interviews as well as how to analyze data to better assess the local needs and wants of a public library community.
Lecturers
Kristin Fontichiaro
Kristin Fontichiaro
Clinical Associate Professor University of Michigan School of Information
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