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Web analytics strategies for information professionals: a LITA guide (LITA guide)
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American Library Association, 2013.
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236 p.
Part 1: Introduction to Web Analytics in Libraries.

Chapter One: Understanding Web Analytics for Libraries.

Chapter Two: Talking the Talk: Web Analytics Terms and Definitions.

Chapter Three: Selecting and Evaluating a Web Analytics Tool.

Chapter Four: Creating Customized Web Analytics Reports for Libraries.

Chapter Five: Action-Oriented Analytics: Turning Data into Decisions.

Chapter Six: Communicating Website Usage within Your Library.

Chapter Seven: Mobile Analytics in Libraries.

Part 2: Using Web Analytics in Libraries Case Studies.

Chapter Eight: The Right Tools for the Job: Using Analytics to Drive Design.

Chapter Nine: Using Web Analytics Tools to Revise a Humanities Library Website.

Chapter Ten: Web Analytics Applied to Online Catalog Usage at the University of Denver.

Chapter Eleven: Optimizing Open-Source Web Analytics Tools for Increased Security of WordPress and Drupal.

Cover, Title,Web analytics strategies for information professionals: a LITA guide (LITA guide)--Preface, Introduction, TOC,Contents--Preface, Introduction, TOC,Preface--References, Appendix, Index,Appendix A: Glossary of Web Analytics Terms and Concepts--References, Appendix, Index,Appendix B: Web Analytics Tool Profiles--References, Appendix, Index,Appendix C: Bibliography and Suggested Resources--References, Appendix, Index,About the Authors and Chapter Contributors--References, Appendix, Index,Index.


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