Think Clearly Blog
Think Clearly Blog
All kinds of librarians, from reference to digitization to school librarians, confront copyright in their work. Few are experts, many need this primer
A review of how museum closures, collections deaccessioning, and digital collections actually evolved compared to Rachael Woody’s 2021 Museum Forecast
A desirable difficulty is challenging, but not so hard as to be discouraging; students recall content more readily than if learned in an easier way.
Archiving in a KM context is the process of moving files no longer actively used to separate storage for long-term retention
A museum digital project usually involves costs of training and education, increased personnel capacity, or working with a consultant
Special librarians responsible for training may want to use the ASSURE model of instructional design to plan training or a workshop.
Improving an organization’s ability to access its information is one of the key contributions information professionals make.
Planning a museum digital project includes knowing the costs of digitization software, museum CMS platforms, and digital asset management systems.
New book explains smart technologies, why/how they work, what the future holds when quantum computers arrive; the Index serves as a smart tech library.
Electronic archival records allow for presentation and retrieval of information in ways that have not been possible in an analog world.
Knowledge capture requires a place to store what’s collected. A repository is such a place, designed to easily used for storing and retrieving content.
When planning a museum digital project, evaluate the tools and resources required to succeed; read for costs of digitization equipment and software
Experts in the information profession should share their thought processes with those new to the field; this is how we keep building new knowledge.