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Think Clearly Blog
Appreciate Inquiry and Positive Deviance take a positive approach to change and are methods that support a strong knowledge management program.
Digitization standards for file resolution and formats should be intentionally thought of and committed to prior to any museum digitization project.
Interview with librarian and consultant Miriam Kahn with her perspective on trends in special librarianship and the future of the profession.
Historically, vital records were preserved as microforms stored remotely. Digital vital records and disaster management are now center stage.
Social network analysis in KM is mapping and measuring relationships and knowledge flows between people, groups, organizations, and other entities
Before a museum collections digitization project, assess what types of items you have and therefore, what digitization tools you need.
To retain lessons learned for an extended period of time, we also need to study them over an extended period of time; this is the spacing effect
A knowledge valuation process involves quantifying the value of knowledge assets, reuse, and innovation, helping justify investment in your KM program.
The second post in a series on the Harryhausen Titan of Cinema Experience analyzing the specific pivot to an online virtual exhibition during COVID
Special librarians who conduct training can use Google Jamboard; it adds an interactive element to learning sessions that helps keep people engaged.
Archivists have several appraisal options to consider when reviewing case files; this post offers an overview and pros and cons of these options.
Workflow automation applies to more than just KM, but can be used as part of a KM initiative to add knowledge flow to routine business processes.
The first post in a miniseries on the Harryhausen Titan of Cinema Experience analyzing the specific pivot to an online virtual exhibition during COVID