Category Archives: marketing
A few days ago I posted initial thoughts on the CILIP conference 2017 (programme) and had planned to write a full set of notes, but it turns out that most of my notes are basically my Twitter feed of the … Continue reading
I have just spent two days in Manchester, at the CILIP conference 2017. It was my first time and as a result of attending I feel really proud to be a member of this vibrant professional LIS community. Key message from … Continue reading
My library has been refurbished over the summer, and it was an adventure. Here are some pictures. If I get chance, I will write a reflective piece sometime soon.
I have recently prepared a short presentation outlining how I use social media for my own continuing professional development, so I found it quite interesting when I came across a text suggesting that the BCG-matrix could be used for planning your CPD … Continue reading
The language library I work in is hosted within a larger organisation (a university – but it’s not the university library!) and I have started work on a document outlining how to make it more visible to users and non-users, both … Continue reading
I am hoping to take the library service out of its’ buildings and to the people (non-users). I am currently working on plans for this and hope to do it soon. What is the pop-up library? A pop-up library is … Continue reading
Here are my notes from yesterday’s SLA Europe event. The speakers were Ned Potter and Bethan Ruddock. Ned Potter: Marketing your Library Service new professionals are library professionals who started work in the past 10 years we are all marketers … Continue reading