Special librarians thrive as end user needs and trends (new technologies, globalization, mobile workforce) demand change; be resilient, not resistant.
Organizations with KM requirements often select a software platform rather than a KM application and never get to success. Here’s how to avoid that pitfall.
Artificial intelligence (AI) can help librarians ensure digital content is relevant and manageable. AI may be the next frontier for special librarianship.
Artificial Intelligence may renew users’ interest in KM when it dramatically enhances the ability to find the right content via auto-categorization.
It’s more expensive to build an integrated library system, ILS, LMS or LAS than to buy off the shelf; it requires time, money, effort and risk.
Knowledge management solutions should integrate with an organization’s existing systems and work seamlessly with the current IT infrastructure.
Optimized KM requires more than simple retrieval. There are methods, techniques and technologies that ensure critical knowledge is discoverable.
Canned software demos are meaningless; get a tailored demo from prospective vendors by doing some work in advance, leading to informed purchases.
Millennials are the museum patrons of the future. Appeal to them through social media, especially visual channels such as Instagram and Pinterest.
In the future, jobs will impacted by artificial intelligence, but how does the hype surrounding AI affect your career today as a knowledge professional?
CEO, Ron Aspe share some ideas on how to break away from legacy software, so you organization can move on to new, more efficient tools.
The biggest mistake made when selecting a KM system is choosing a platform instead of an application. A business case is simple—yet it is often overlooked.
The common reason for choosing open source is its price. What can possibly beat free? When you dig a little deeper you’ll see free doesn’t always equal free.
We look at a four tools to help you make evidence-based decisions about your organization’s electronic resources for a better KM experience for all.
With recent changes to Google’s search algorithm, librarians and knowledge managers need to ensure their sites are mobile friendly in order to be found easier.
Artificial intelligence is yet another tool for Librarians and knowledge professionals to help their careers. It’s another arrow in their quivers.
Google’s new mobile-first will give preferential search rankings to mobile-friendly sites. Learn how this will impact your organization’s web presence.
In less than a decade, we have gone from CDs, to downloads, to streaming. The online content industry is about to face its own tsunami of change.
In 1931, S.R. Ranganathan proposed five principles of operating a library system but, how do “The Original 5” still apply in today’s digital world?
Allowing HiPPOs (Highest Paid Person’s Opinion) in organizations have complete control of KM strategy could result in project failure.
Part 2 of our thoughts on how the right archiving software addresses Mr. Hickerson’s technical challenges for the Archival Profession in the 21st century.
Here are some thoughts on how those advancements address the first five of Mr. Hickerson’s technical challenges for the Archival Profession in the 21st century.
AI will have an increasingly significant impact on the KM profession over time. With the right strategy, you can remain employed in your chosen field.
Social media tools are great for sharing information about your museum. Think them as an unlimited free advertising resource. Here are 5 ways your CMS can help.
Wanna know what’s new at Lucidea Labs? We recently launched a project to make our software more accessible to people with disabilities.