Think Clearly Blog
Think Clearly Blog
When starting a museum collection cataloging project, it is critically important to prioritize which sections of the collection to catalog first
Interview with the author of a book on authorship and copyright policies; tips on establishing fair authorship policies and procedures.
Archivists are influential agents shaping organizational culture and safeguarding institutional memory.
Stan Garfield on KM thought leader Beverly Wenger-Trayner who develops strategies for cultivating communities, networks, and social learning.
Museum cataloging strategy will outline the collection information you have available, known resources, and available tools.
A framework for librarians and archivists on how to go back and reconstitute and reconstruct community histories more inclusively.
Archivist’s advocacy strategies serve as bridges between tradition and innovation, securing the future relevance of archival programs.
Knowledge curation is part of KM and involves taking existing information and making it more useful.
Guidance on initial steps in cataloging your museum’s collection; what information exists, what resources are available, what practices to implement.
Library expert’s interview with Benjamin Aldred, current chair of the Government Documents Roundtable of the American Library Association
Archives expert Margot Note on proven practices for getting the budget for archival software including collections management systems.
Archival digitization democratizes access to historical records once reserved for a privileged few.
Stan Garfield on KM thought leader Ana Neves; she guides organizations on how to increase performance through KM, social networks, and social tools
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