Monthly Archives: March 2012

Barriers to Internal Collaboration

In my experience collaboration across an organization is often a difficult proposition especially in these days where teams can be divided across buildings, cities or even as far as in different countries. One barrier to collaboration is physical location.  In … Continue reading

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Library Marketing Critique

Utilizing social media is not an easy feat and for libraries who are constantly under budget constraints and may be short on resources they need to plan on the best ways to reach their patrons.  For this marketing critique I … Continue reading

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Weaknesses of Social Tagging of Content

It seems like any type of social media you use these days has some sort of tagging option to help make the content easier to find and categorize.  I am often at a loss of what tags to add to … Continue reading

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Libraries Reaching Out Online

I really feel like in these days and times where library budgets are being cut that libraries need to redefine themselves in a world of social media, online services and various electronic resources. I almost feel like it’s a given … Continue reading

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