Think Clearly Blog
Think Clearly Blog
Archivists refine the arrangement (processing) of archival materials, rehouse material, and create inventories to facilitate future access
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.
An assessment of archival collections assists in strategically meeting user needs, allocating resources effectively, and securing funding.
KM thought leaders; Amy Edmondson is a thought leader in organizational learning, cross-boundary teaming, innovation, eliminating fear in organizations
A museum consultant digital project manager is a great investment, because they can help streamline project work and keep it on track.
Library instructors must make learning meaningful, tell stories, use visual aids, make content relevant, limit distractions to encourage focus
KM thought leaders; Vanessa DiMauro is a pioneer in online communities and using digital solutions to gain customer insight and increase revenue
A museum digital project framework blueprints how to get a successful project outcome, saving time and money while identifying and planning resources.
Alana Muller discusses the importance of intentional networking as jobs are increasingly hybrid or remote and its contribution to professional growth.
Professional archival principles and standards are developed over decades; each organization adheres to them in its own way.
KM thought leaders; Kimiz Dalkir is Director of Information Studies at McGill U; she focuses on tacit knowledge sharing and organizational learning.