Remember in the all-staff meeting I asked two questions? Here's an online version of both questions. I'll put them in separate posts (mainly so I can keep track of them). Question #1: What do you use instead of our website? Read on! →
And the second question to start us off on our website redesign… Question #2: What are you not getting or finding at our website?
Recap The primary goal of every post should be to create a connection between the reader and the library or the librarian. Try to feature our programs, services, or facilities in every post. Headlines Clear and interesting and contains keywords Read on! →
Chris Brogan (who blogs at chrisbrogan.com) has an e-newsletter that I subscribe to. Today's newsletter focused, in part, on how to write "for the snacking web" as he called it… and he had some great suggestions! So I asked (and Read on! →
Hey, all – we’ve had some interesting comments on our website lately! Along with those, I’ve been asked a time or two (or three, or four) how staff should deal with comments when they get them. Here’s what should normally Read on! →
The public computer class handouts are now available as .pdfs on the Digital Branch. On the Computer Class page, click on (handout available) to see the handout for that class. A few classes do not have handouts available. We’ll have Read on! →