We at SLA Europe are sharing some of the most interesting things we’ve found online through our #slaelinks hashtag. Here’s some of the links we’ve been tweeting about lately:
Library Journal talks to SirsiDynix CEO Bill Davison to comment on some of the issues raised at LJ’s Virtual Tech Summit.
A new report from JISC has confirmed what most of us already knew – that university libraries save academics time by helping them find quality material more quickly.
Of course you can – and Katy Wrathall shares her tips on how to do just that.
Useful tool for using social media to track key performance indicators.
Does your workplace allow, or expect, you to use your own computing devices?
Taking a non-library job can help you build your skill set and develop outside of traditional library roles.
Do you have permission to contact your students with updates from the library?
“Instead of getting in fights with Amazon, publishers get in fights with libraries, and they don’t even understand what libraries do.”
Sam Wiggins points out that the same problems keep coming up again and again in library literature… and explains why this isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
Regardless of how they are phrased, there are only three true job interview questions.
Many thanks to @obnoxiouslibrn, @woodsiegirl, @GeraldineCS, @worldresearcher and @LibWig for sharing their links with us! If you’ve seen any interesting or useful articles, blog posts, videos, infographics or anything else you’d like to share with your fellow information professionals, we’d love to see them. If you’re on Twitter, just tweet them with the hashtag #slaelinks. If you’re not on Twitter, just leave a comment below with any links you’d like us to tweet about.