Data-driven space planning: using Suma to collect data

Erin R. B. Eldermire

Abstract


Library users frequently make individual requests to staff about how they would like us to improve the services and resources, but it can be difficult to prioritize such requests. To proactively understand how we can improve our library, library staff undertook a comprehensive assessment of spaces and resources using Suma.

Virtual Projects are published on an annual basis in the Journal of the Medical Library Association (JMLA) following an annual call for virtual projects in MLAConnect and announcements to encourage submissions from all types of libraries. An advisory committee of recognized technology experts selects project entries based on their currency, innovation, and contribution to health sciences librarianship.


Keywords


Suma; Space Planning; JMLA Virtual Projects

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/jmla.2019.757

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