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Collecting and Analyzing Statistics

Project Outcome

Project Outcome offers an innovative and easy-to-use platform for public libraries to measure the impact of their programs and services. Staff are able to easily measure patron outcomes using the field-tested surveys, quickly analyze their data using ready-made reports and interactive data dashboards, and take action using the results.  Click here for more information.

Data Collection

2017 Typical Week Form

National Statistics Links 

Institute of Museum and Library Services State Profiles 
American Library Association Public Library Statistics & Standards

Cataloging and Automation

Cataloging and Automation provides libraries in the state timely services in cataloging materials for their collections; continuing education opportunities, resources, and assitance in relation to acquisitions, cataloging, and automation; and prepares and ships select rotating and deposit collections and book discussion group materials.

Continuing Education Opportunities are provided thorughout the year on a variety of topics, including basic and advanced copy cataloging, authority control, and database maintenance. 

For more information, contact Michelle Kubiak, Cataloging Librarian Phone: 304-558-2045.​  

E-Rate

The E-Rate program, administered by the Universal Service Administrative Company, provides discounts to libraries purchasing eligible telecommunication services and Internet Access.  
Questions about E-Rate? Contact:
Stan Howell
West Virginia Library Commission
1900 Kanawha Boulevard East
Culture Center, Bldg. 9
Charleston West Virginia 25305 
 
In-State Toll Free: 1-800-642-9021
Phone: 304-558-2041

E-Rate Tool Kit 

E-Rate Resources  

Sign up for the WVLC E-Rate Listserv and recieve reminders and updates in your e-mail

The USAC Schools and Libraries division administers the E-Rate Program.