Beginning Monday, July 23rd, all IC reference staff should begin using a new program, LibAnalytics, to record reference activity, and discontiue use of LibStats. Lewis staff will begin using LibAnalytics on August 1st.
The LibAnalytics link has been added to the Firefox and IE browsers on the ref desk workstations. You’ll see this link in the bookmarks bar at the top of the page, to the left of Text-A-Librarian. If you don’t find the link, just enter luc.libanalytics.com in the browser address bar, or try the following url: (https://libanalytics.com/login.php?iid=358&target.
The LibAnalytics form asks for the identical information that we’ve entered in LibStats, but the layout has changed somewhat and the login process is different.
Stephen will send the IC ref desk staff basic instructions on the log in procedure, and on how to record desk activity. More detailed information/training will follow. Several desk staff are already using LibAnalytics, so if you have any questions or difficulty, please ask a colleague for assistance. If no one is available to assist you, then please open LibStats and record activity as usual – we’ll be able to re-enter this information into LibAnalytics.
The implementation team members are Stephen Macksey (firstname.lastname@example.org), Niamh McGuigan (email@example.com), and Tracy Ruppman (firstname.lastname@example.org). For more detailed information, please contact Stephen, Tracy, or Niamh.