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Any heritage organization considering a digitization project must also create digital preservation strategies for their newly digitized materials.
Team spaces are collaborative workspaces designed for teams to share documents, libraries, schedules, files and other building blocks of knowledge.
Museum digital files are assets museum staff use to care for, manage, and represent the physical collection. Using a DAMS is an important investment.
Archivists use many techniques to manage, control, and use their information assets, working to gather, process, store, access, use, share, preserve.
An organizational intranet is a key part of a knowledge management program; knowledge managers should be sure to leverage the intranet for KM purposes.
The final post in a series on the Harryhausen Titan of Cinema Experience analyzing the specific pivot to an online virtual exhibition during COVID.
Librarians, archivists and museum professionals can learn and improve our organizations by seeing good practices LAM colleagues are developing.
Archivists balance legal mandates, ethical concerns, and accessibility, enabling as much access as is responsible, given information within records.
Knowledge managers should incorporate the principles of good usability into the KM system user interface.
The third post in a series on the Harryhausen Titan of Cinema Experience analyzing the specific pivot to an online virtual exhibition during COVID
Special librarians delivering training should know what doesn’t work, as well as what does. The myth of learning styles is an example.
Legal history and the valuable information legal archives hold are critical for research; making these materials available requires forethought, labor.
Storytelling should be incorporated in many knowledge management implementation steps, activities, and components