Think Clearly Blog
Think Clearly Blog
Perspectives on library marketing from a library school professor; get people’s attention, sustain that attention, exceed expectations, surprise users
Archivists refine the arrangement (processing) of archival materials, rehouse material, and create inventories to facilitate future access
KM thought leaders; JoAnn Girard works on many knowledge intensive issues including information anxiety, enterprise dementia, organizational memory
There are three things to consider before making a digitization equipment purchase: fit, time, and budget; tips from a museum expert.
Brief summary of the book Helping Library Users with Legal Questions: Practical Advice for Research, Programming, and Outreach for special librarians
Creating a records retention schedule should be one of the archivists’ first tasks after an archival assessment.
KM thought leaders; Susan Feldman was known for her expertise in search, text analytics, and cognitive computing.
Training is critical to a successful digital project and is where using a consultant can yield a high Return on Investment (ROI).
Focus groups librarians organize help to identify patrons’ needs better and understand patron behavior and the impact of services on the library use
Many organizations have no room to store archival collections, so vigilance is needed to protect rare and fragile materials, especially audiovisual
KM thought leaders; Lilia Efimova is passionate about technology, understanding how people work, social media, changing workplace, knowledge, learning.
With CMS selection led by a consultant, decision-makers can feel confident in the chosen tool and more easily agree to the financial investment.
An (ILS) is central to every library’s operations; when well configured, the ILS can positively impact workflows and processes.