Citation

Rysavy, M. & Michalak, R. (2019). Data privacy and academic libraries: Non-PII, PII, and librarians’ reflections (Part 1). Journal of Library Administration 59(5), 532-547. (editorial).

Abstract

In this editorial, we discuss the benefits and challenges of working with library data that contains non-Personally Identifiable Information. Despite not containing identifiable information, non-PII data can still be analyzed and used to inform decision making. We are presently using several non-PII data points to inform decision-making in our library: Gate Count, Book Checkouts, Customer Searches, Search Terms Reports, Article and Abstract Downloads, Customer Service Interactions, and One Question Surveys. While non-PII data can inform decision-making in libraries, we have found this type of data to be limited in the ways we outline in this editorial.

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https://doi.org/10.1080/01930826.2019.1616973

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