Think Clearly Blog
Think Clearly Blog
Examples for Knowledge Managers of curated content and how to curate it, they should curate a wide variety of content as part of a KM program.
Library, archives, and museum staff know their work is essential, but fail to consistently translate this value; expert advice on getting through.
Skills for special librarians who conduct training include leveraging the Kaufman Five Levels of Evaluation to assess instruction efficacy.
Archival appraisal requires quantities of information that support the collections appraisal process, at the folder or box level rather than by item.
Knowledge managers need to curate a wide variety of content to make the most important and useful information easy to find and retrieve.
A museum’s digital presence is just as important as its physical presence; we need to start using our CMS data when we speak about collection value.
Skills for special librarians include leveraging technology like 360° videos, as training and orientations are increasingly virtual
An archival CMS with an integrated portal helps archives cooperate better, serve their users’ information needs better, and scale better.
Knowledge sharing provides numerous benefits to both individuals and their organizations; compelling reasons to share from a KM expert
Mining museum CMS data helps you become more efficient and impactful, quantifying the value of activities to see what is and isn’t working
Skills for special librarians including reflecting on prior experiences, keeping what works, and improving upon what doesn’t. Questions to ask.
A robust archival CMS connects information flow between systems, resulting in optimal workflow and business process integration
Knowledge managers must understand why people may not share their knowledge; there are 16 commons reasons, and solutions from a KM guru.