Category Archives: wiki

Lesson learned: archive your stuff

A few years ago I ran a small group project about marketing on a free wiki. I wrote a couple of articles about the project, referencing the wiki. The wiki was an active resource for those who had participated in … Continue reading

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Team 3 (ERM Development Team) completes its work

In November 2009 I put together a team at my library to choose an electronic resource management system. In May 2010 we purchased one, Innovative’s ERM. Over the next two years we developed the system and wrote new workflows. We … Continue reading

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coming down the home stretch: Collaborative Marketing for Electronic Resources project

We’re in Week 13 of 16 of the Collaborative Marketing for Electronic Resources project, nearing the finish. This has been such a satisfying project on a personal level, training around 100 librarians in how to construct a marketing plan for … Continue reading

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the collaborative marketing for e-resources project is a go!

100 institutions have signed on to be part of a research/training project on marketing electronic resources! the project is designed to test whether a collaborative model of benchmarking the marketing of e-resources is feasible. discover the answer with us by … Continue reading

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there’s an anthropologist in my office!

“uh huh, i see.”  “and then what?”  “what do you do when that window pops up?”  “and what does she do with it once you put it on her desk?” it recently occurred to me that i’ve been an anthropologist … Continue reading

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truthiness in images

the chronicle of higher education has an intriguing post in yesterday’s edition, about fraudulent images used in scientific publications. the images discussed in the article were altered in a way that made it look like the results of the research … Continue reading

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