December 12, 2005

Audio tour statistics

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Have spent most of today analysing the statistics for the audio tour: Both those sent to us by Acoustiguide relating to handset usage and the data on accesses of the audio tour web page and online sound tracks. It's interesting stuff and its all going in a report evaluating the audio tour which will eventually make its way to the RIU webpage, so keep watching this space…

In the meantime, has the Law or Education subject librarian recommended the online audio tour between 11th and 24th November? There is a strange spike in interest in Floor 4 in this fortnight, and also in the Learning Grid, a pattern which does not show in other time periods. I shall investigate!

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