Libraries find themselves studying patrons and trying to figure out their interests are so they can provide the proper services. Many libraries look at foot traffic data to help them obtain the information on library usage. Foot traffic data helps librarians to determine the building use. However, door counts only measures a patron’s entrance...
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Community members visit libraries for a number of different reasons. Do you know how your library is servicing its community members best? Libraries offer multiple resources, work spaces and events to community members, understanding their core needs is critical to the state of your library. Analyzing library usage data gives you the...
As technology advances so do the needs of library patrons. People of all ages now have computers, cell phones and/or tablets within arm’s reach at any given moment. They have become use to the idea of having information at their fingertips, many people get deterred if the information they are looking for isn’t readily available. There are...
Library traffic fluctuates year-to-year but libraries continue to be an important part of the community. Patrons continue to find a way to fit libraries into their lives, according to Pew Research, only 48% of people interacted with their library over the past year. However, the usage of library websites has increased over the past 4 years by...
Stores and indoor facilities across the country are utilizing large open areas at their main entrances. These spaces are very inviting and create a wow appeal as people enter however, from an operation stand point you have to stop and wonder how do you measure traffic in such large spaces? That's where people counting for wide entrances and high...