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Best practices for KM include embedding social collaboration in a KM system making it more useful than a content-only or standalone social platform.
Visitor engagement with museum collections and exhibits includes the use of technology to augment and expand their experience and enjoyment.
Writing well is an essential skill for special librarians. Writing expands your ability to articulate concepts and techniques to your clients.
Knowledge management best practices include facilitation of sharing and reuse of internal and external knowledge via enterprise social collaboration
If a digital museum project requires working with a digitization vendor, museum staff must put digital project specifications in place—here’s a primer
Skills for special librarians include engaging with Generation Z as they enter our daily work lives; meeting their needs ups library sustainability.
Archivists provide a structure—a framework of knowledge— through arrangement and description, supporting research in collections of enduring value.
Inmagic Presto enabled the University of Windsor’s Paul Martin Law Library to capture, organize, make accessible critical policies and documents
Knowledge managers build/facilitate communities of practice where community members share tangible and intangible information on topics of interest
Digitization is costly either done in-house or by a vendor; museum staff should assess digitization needs and risks/benefits of using external vendors.
Special librarians can set professional goals throughout the year, using SLA’s enabling competencies as thought starters, and the SMART goals model
Archives are institutions that control the past yet are assumed to be impartial, neutral, and objective, but with power over memory, identity, history
Knowledge management best practices include enabling users to enhance content through social collaboration: tagging, recommending, and editing