It's really important to record your instruction stats, and here's why:
LibInsight is the Libraries' tool for recording and compiling instruction statistics.
Credit courses: Record each class meeting separately but the number of students is counted only once. Therefore, from the second class meeting to the last, the audience count will be zero. Note: records can be duplicated to make input faster and easier.
Multi-session workshops: Record each session and audience count.
Other activities to record: Any other efforts that may not seem to be clearly-defined library instruction still should be recorded in LibInsight (e.g., the uncommon reading program), because ARL states that “Presentations to groups may be for either bibliographic instruction, cultural, recreational, or educational purposes."
Consultations with individuals or small groups are recorded in Reference Analytics (e.g., GIS and copyright consults).
Log into LibInsight
Complete instruction program title and description
Place cursor in the Time Stamp AND End Time to record the session duration
* Please note: consultations to individuals or small groups are recorded in Reference Analytics (e.g., GIS and copyright consults).
09/27/2017 J Ronan
Librarians in the Health Science Center Library and the Law Library should see the instruction coordinators in their area for information on how to report their instruction statistics. Neither the HSCL nor the Law Library uses the LibInsight software at this time.