Tag Archives: marketing

A potential tool for promoting library services

An RSS Mashup!  RSS feeds are basically updates from websites etc.  RSS Mashups are a combination of RSS feeds creating an integrated list from the different feeds, which can be subject oriented and can cover several different types of communication … Continue reading

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“Menus” – to market your library services

I liked this idea, so want to pass it on to you. It has proved successful in three European libraries and whilst the “dishes” on your library’s menu may be different, it is another way of marketing your skills throughout … Continue reading

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“Is blogging and tweeting about research papers worth it?”

Melissa Terras, a librarian, put all her research publications on to the University College London’s Open Access Repository. She then wrote blog post about each research project (the stories behind the research which doesn’t get into the published paper) – … Continue reading

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Twitter and Facebook in the library

Delivering services through the tools used by our information customers is important. As internet access through mobile phones becomes more widespread we now have the opportunity to keep faculty, students, or the general public better informed. Bear in mind that Facebook … Continue reading

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