Tag Archive for '#10MinuteDigitalLibrarian'

The 10-Minute Digital Librarian #4: Develop a Plan for Social Media

In the first round of 10-Minute Digital Librarian posts, we’ve been focusing on how you can use digital tools in order to raise awareness about your library and its services. We’ve looked at how to improve your discoverability through Wikipedia and mapping tools, as well as working on how easily […]

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The 10-Minute Digital Librarian #3: Improve your presence on search engines

In our two previous posts, we’ve looked at how you can improve discoverability on two specific tools – Wikipedia and maps. However, it is also possible to improve how easy it is for users to find you on the internet in general. You can do this through search engine optimisation […]

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The 10-Minute Digital Librarian #2: Ensure you show up on mapping tools

As set out last week, our first batch of ideas on how to be an effective digital librarian focus on raising awareness of your work and services. Clearly, for a profession focused on being able to find the right resources for users, library and information workers understand the importance of […]

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The 10-Minute Digital Librarian #1: Update your presence on Wikipedia

Our first batch of tips on being an effective digital librarian will focus on how you can make use of digital technologies to raise awareness of your work and services. At a time that there is active competition for people’s time and attention, and that people expect to be able […]

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Introducing: the 10-Minute Digital Librarian

Following on from previous IFLA series – the 10-Minute Library Advocate, and the ongoing 10-Minute International Librarian – we are happy today to launch a new one – the 10-Minute Digital Librarian. Just like the other series, this will focus on actions you can take which do not necessarily require […]

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