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Archived recordings of the three-part LLAMA/CORE webinar series, "Stories from Inside the Data Warehouse" are now available on the Member Portal.  You will need to log in or create an account to view. A description of the series is below.

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About the Webinar Series

If your academic library is planning to build a data warehouse, you can learn what works best and how to avoid common pitfalls by hearing from librarians who have experience with this complex process. The Library Leadership and Management Association (LLAMA) will present “Stories from Inside the Data Warehouse,” on July 21, August 5, and September 9. This three-part webinar series will feature 10 panelists who will share their unique perspectives, experiences, and insights.

Participants will:

  • Discover other institutions who are in various stages of a library data warehouse building project
  • Learn about the practical and the philosophical issues faced by other academic libraries
  • Identify your institutional ecosystem’s strengths and areas for growth toward building or completing a data warehouse
  • Formulate your own data warehouse building next steps

This webinar addresses several of LLAMA’s Foundational Leadership Competencies including: collaboration and partnerships, evidence-based decision making, ethics, project-management, assessment, and technology management.


Part I: Quantifying Library Engagement


Ken Varnum, University of Michigan
Joe Pirillo, University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh
Kyle Jones, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis
Jen-chien Yu (“Jen”), University of Illinois @ Urbana-Champaign


Kirsten Kinsley, Florida State University

Part II: Sustainability and Approaches to Data Management


Margie Jantti, University of Wollongong
Kristin Briney, California Institute of Technology
Rebecca Croxton, University of North Carolina at Charlotte


Mark McCann, Arizona State University

Part III: Analysis, Reporting, and Communication


Michael Levine-Clark, University of Denver
Selena Killick, The Open University, UK
Megan Oakleaf, Syracuse University


Becky Croxton, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

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