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Organization profile

Can we tie library usage data to student success? Yes! The goal of this project: to show, using university metrics of success, what library use does for student success at the U of M. The Library Data and Student Success project is a partnership between the University of Minnesota Libraries and the Office of Institutional Research.

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    Jan Fransen

    Person: Researcher, Libraries

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    Research Output

    Cocurricular Engagement as Catalysts Toward Students’ Leadership Development and Multicultural Competence

    Soria, K. M., Werner, L., Chandiramani, N., Day, M. & Asmundson, A., Mar 15 2019, In : Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice. 56, 2, p. 207-220 14 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 1 Scopus citations


    • 9 Invited presentation
    • 8 Submitted presentation or panel
    • 2 Poster

    Data in the Library is Safe, But That's Not What Data is Meant For: Exploring the Longitudinal, Responsible Use of Library and Institutional Data to Understand and Increase Student Success

    Megan Oakleaf (Speaker), , Dennis Krieb (Speaker), , Shane A Nackerud (Speaker), , Jan Fransen (Speaker), , Kate Peterson (Speaker), , Ross MacIntyre (Speaker), & Alison Sharman (Speaker)

    Mar 24 2017

    Activity: Talk typesSubmitted presentation or panel

    Library Impact on Student Success: Using Library Data to Improve the Student Experience

    Shane A Nackerud (Speaker), , Jan Fransen (Speaker), , Melissa Bowles-Terry (Speaker), , Jade Winn (Speaker), , Michael R. Lfierl (Speaker), & Clarence D. Maybee (Speaker)

    Oct 4 2017

    Activity: Talk typesInvited presentation