How To Track Wi-Fi Sessions at Your Library | LJ Index 2018

A variety of solutions for counting Wi-Fi sessions in public libraries are available; some for free, and many at modest cost.

A variety of solutions for counting Wi-Fi sessions in public libraries are available; some for free, and many at modest cost. For more information, see the following resources:
 


Colorado State Library, Library Research Service: Strategies for Tracking and Reporting Wifi Usage


Kentucky Department of Libraries and Archives: Measuring Wireless Sessions—Hardware and Software Solutions


Mississippi Library Commission: WiFi Counting Solutions, Public Library Statistics


Nebraska Library Commission: The Data Dude—PLS WiFi


New Jersey State Library, JerseyConnect: Getting the Number of Wireless Sessions from the Meraki Dashboard


New Jersey’s Bergen County Cooperative Library System: Tracking WiFi Usage at Your Library


Wisconsin’s South Central Library System (Madison): Enterprise Wireless Usage Reports


Ginny Mies: Tips, Tricks, and Advice for Collecting Wi-Fi Stats at Your Library


Who’s on My WiFi: Demonstrate and Increase Your Library’s Impact with Data-Driven Insights


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