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Wednesday, June 3 • 9:00am - 1:00pm
Using Excel for Content Analysis

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Learn to use Excel to help analyze collection data. Explore a variety of functions and tools to ease your data tracking and decision making. From basic formulas to high level analysis tools, the presenters will customize the session based on participant skill level.

Classroom set up, participants are advised to bring a device with Excel installed

Intended audience: 
Beginner+ We plan to poll the participants beforehand in order to provide custom instruction.

Possible topics to cover:

  • calculating percentages

  • IF statements

  • filtering/sorting

  • dropdown lists

  • subtotal formulas

  • conditional formatting

  • graphs

  • pivot tables

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Kathy Hart

Library Director, Northwest Missouri State University

Corrie Hutchinson

Acquisitions and Collection Development Librarian, University of Missouri
With a math background, data and analysis are simply part of her personality.  At MU, Corrie uses Excel to help gather data to analyze interlibrary loans, track spending, track and monitor direct continuing resources, review our DDA program, and more.  With a focus on assessment and making data-driven decisions, Corrie uses Excel to help facilitate analysis and communicate information. 

Wednesday June 3, 2015 9:00am - 1:00pm
Parliament 1 2200 I-70 Drive S.W., Columbia, MO 65203
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