This register gives an overview of all blog posts by title. Translations into Spanish are placed under the the corresponding post in English.
- ST 14/12: IFLA report on Norwegian statistics. Surprising “facts” from CIA …
- ST 13/12: A fair amount of traffic. How many people are actually reading this blog?
- ST 12/12: Strange visits. Counting cats and mice …
- ST 11/12: Helsinki papers on library statistics and evaluation. Seven papers this year – as well as sixteen in Turku
- ST 10/12: A model analysis of the library sector. The South African LIS Charter
- ST 9/12: From sites to streams. Site centric communication becomes less important
- ST 8/12: Into innovation space. IFLA encouraged to engage in more dialogue
- ST 7/12: Walk the talk. How to reach your audience in 2012
- ST 6/12: Statistics for Advocacy in Africa. Report from the training at Makerere University Library
- ST 9/11: A new library census
- ST 8/11: Nuevo censo de bibliotecas
- ST 7/11: Public libraries in Brazil 2009. A national census.
- ST 6/11: Brazil 2009: bibliotecas públicas. Censo nacional.
- ST 5/11: IFLA/SES Indicadores básicos para bibliotecas públicas
- ST 4/11: Levels of statistical development
- ST 38/10: Library statistics in Africa. Note by Elisha Chiware.
- ST 36/10: Data collection for the World Report
- ST 35/10: How many Nordic libraries?
- ST 34/10: How many libraries?
- Twenty-two countries
- Signs of growth
- Current assessment topics
- The future of library statistics
- Practical advocacy
- Course materials ready
- Twenty-three global variables
- The task ahead
- Gothenburg statistics workshop
- Project applications for 2011
- Numbers for advocacy
- Library fact sheets
- Watching people
- Observation data: getting started
- Counting days
- Time series
- Library visits
- Step by step
- Statistics for single libraries
- Typical Week Survey
- Reference and visitor statistics
- Four languages in Gothenburg
- Exceptional New Zealand
- IFLA/SES Core indicators for public libraries
- IFLA/SES Core indicators. [all libraries]
- IFLA/UNESCO indicators for public libraries
- KOSTRA indicators for public libraries
- BIX indicators for public libraries
- Expert meeting in December
- SCECSAL – a regional association
- New literacy statistics
- A network mindset
- Strategic planning
- Practical statistics
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