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Since I'm new to the library, I've been trying to learn everything I can about how everything works, including Pressible. I've spent the past week digging through Google Analytics, and I'd love to discuss some of my findings. I looked at monthly stats for Learning at the Library from August 2012 until now, and compared them to stats for other Pressible blogs. I was interested in traffic, popular posts, keyword searches and bounce rates (which measure general engagement). Here's what I've noticed so far. First, some observations about Pressible in general: Some of the most...
We've been talking about online privacy a lot recently, with the latest news about the NSA mining our phone and internet records. It's raised some important questions that need to be answered, not just as individuals, but as librarians and educators: How much privacy do we want to sacrifice for access to information, convenience, or national security? How much choice do we have in the matter? How do we stay educated about our privacy options in a constantly changing landscape? I don't have any answers, but I can offer a few tips and resources to help you better protect your online foot...
6 years ago
[caption id="Bryson Library, Teachers College. Waiting To Obtain Books. Summer Session. (1920)" width="800" ][/caption] Bryson Library, Teachers College. Waiting To Obtain Books. Summer Session. (1920) As we head into summer term here at the library, I wanted to share a similar scene from almost a hundre...