Members of the the Digital Library Federation Assessment Interest Group’s (DLF AIG) Working Group on Reuse and the Library Information Technology Association (LITA) Altmetrics and Digital Analytics Interest Group are excited to announce the upcoming “Analytics, Altmetrics, and Reuse Twitter Chat” on Wednesday, April 25 from 2:00 p.m EST to approximately 3:00 p.m. EST. The chat will engage participants in discussing the numerous approaches and barriers to reuse analysis in digital libraries.
Below you will find important information about the Twitter Chat, background content for participating in the conversation, and the questions to be explored during the chat.
Twitter Chat Planning Document: https://bit.ly/2Hfe0Ry
Hashtags: #dlfaig, #digreuse
- LITA Altmetrics and Digital Analytics Interest Group Information: http://www.ala.org/lita/about/igs/altmetrics/lit-igada
- DLF AIG Reuse Working Group’s IMLS-funded project “Developing a Framework for Measuring Reuse of Digital Objects”: https://reuse.diglib.org/
- Digital Library Federation Assessment Interest Group (DLF AIG) Wiki: https://wiki.diglib.org/Assessment:Metadata
- Digital Library Federation Assessment Interest Group (DLF AIG) Website: https://www.diglib.org/groups/assessment/
Reuse: The DLF AIG Reuse Working Group defines reuse as how often and in what ways digital library materials are utilized and repurposed. In this definition, we do know the context of the use. This definition is fluid and open to change.
Examples of reuse: turning images into gifs or memes; inclusion of digital collection materials in an external dataset (e.g. HTRC datasets or curated Internet Archive user collections); mashups of two or more songs or video; data visualizations; other transformative applications of the collections external to digital collections systems
Examples of reuse assessment: reverse image lookup information; citation metrics of data and/or digital collection materials
Q1: How would you define #altmetrics and digital #analytics? #dlfaig #dlfreuse
Q2: Do you agree or disagree with the reuse definition: https://bit.ly/2Hfe0Ry? #dlfaig #digreuse
Q3. Is reuse measured at your institution? If so, how? #dlfaig #digreuse #datareuse
Q4: What reuse assessment data would be helpful to collect? Some potential examples might include collecting campaign URLs or identifiers, patron requests/surveys, etc? #dlfaig #digreuse
Q5. What are common tools used to collect and analyze reuse assessment data? #dlfaig #digreuse
Q6: What do you do with this assessment data? How do you communicate the results of your analysis? #dlfaig #digreuse
Q7: What assessment standards are used? What limitations exist with those standards? #dlfaig #digreuse
Q8: What topics would you like to see in a future conversation around reuse assessment data collection and analysis? #dlfaig #digreuse
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