Daily Archives: January 9, 2008

Helene Blowers blogs that the Salt Lake City Public Library is looking for a director, including: …application instructions for the newly reopened Salt Lake City Public Library’s director search — Your application “package should include a paper resume and directions to your digital presence, blog, or social networking Web site” […]

I’ve been waiting for this…. Blogging Directors

Karen Schneider has an insightful post up at FRL: http://freerangelibrarian.com/2008/01/06/how-to-be-famous-wink-wink-nudge-nudge/ There are some gems: Don’t let ambition turn you into Eve Harrington. Remember All About Eve, where an ingenue claimed to be Margo Channing’s biggest, bestest fan, then walked all over her? Let your friendships be sincere, and don’t use […]

How to be “famous” (wink wink, nudge nudge)

I’m currently finishing up an article for Reference & User Services Quarterly about Technoplanning in a Shiny, Social World. This post speaks to many of my thoughts about project managament in libraries with social tools: http://www.ddmcd.com/managing-technology/what-should-project-managers-know-about-social-media-and-soc.html  Tools and expectations regarding the manner in which people in organizations communicate and collaborate […]

What Project Managers Should Know About Social Networking

Don’t miss Steve Campion’s newest installments of his “Learn More” series. The various modules he’s put up for all to use would fit nicely in your online learning endeavor or for a library staff meeting. I appreciate Steve’s straight forward approach. Good work! Social networks 1: http://librarystream.wordpress.com/2008/01/07/learn-more-social-networks-pt-1/ Social networks 2: […]

Learn More: Social Networks