Vol 52, No 7 (2016)

October

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5860/ltr.52n7

Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager, by Tabatha Farney

Libraries are actively using Google Analytics to monitor the usage of their various websites and online tools. This issue of Library Technology Reports (vol. 52, no. 7), “Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager,” recommends several Google Analytics features, including the useful Google Tag Manager that all libraries should be using. It also tackles the challenge of enhancing Google Analytics’ tracking ability for a variety of library-specific online tools, including link resolvers, online catalogs and discovery services, Springshare’s LibGuides, digital repositories, and social media websites. These best practices will optimize your Google Analytics to provide you with better data for improved website assessment.

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Table of Contents

Tabatha Farney
5-8
Tabatha Farney
9-13
Tabatha Farney
14-20
Tabatha Farney
21-25
Tabatha Farney
26-30
Greg Vogl, Yongli Zhou, Daniel Draper, Mark Shelstad
31-37
Joel Tonyan
38-42