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CARL Creating Your Emerging Technologies Lifecycle Plan

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This document can help you create a Library "lifecycle" document for a new technology that you want to try. For this document I use "lifecycle" (alternative spelling) as one word to help re-define …

This document can help you create a Library "lifecycle" document for a new technology that you want to try. For this document I use "lifecycle" (alternative spelling) as one word to help re-define what you and your Library wants to do and the cycle from; idea, to proposal to beta to implementation.

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  • 1. Creating Your Emerging Technologies Lifecycle Plan<br />CARL Pre-Conference Engage Workshop: The Reference Toolkit Revisited<br />Use this as a guide to develop an Emerging Technologies Plan for your Library.<br />Stage One: Selection of Emerging Technology<br />Week 1: Creation & Play<br />Week ____: Get excited! You are going to introduce something new. Know and believe in the product.<br />Define the target group!<br />Week ____: Announce to staff:<br />
    • test with staff
    • 2. training if needed
    Stage Two: Beta Launch & Publicity<br />Week ____: Small Launch, including:<br />
    • integration with website
    • 3. press release distributed
    • 4. announcements on appropriate listservs
    • 5. internal marketing
    Stage Three: Involve the Campus<br />Week ____: Get buy-in:<br />
    • contact student groups
    • 6. message departments
    • 7. select faculty or departments for partners
    Stage Four: Proliferation of service<br />Weeks ____: <br />
    • responding to feedback
    • 8. encouraging staff participation
    • 9. demos
    • 10. document issues
    • 11. create work arounds as needed
    Stage Five: Status Update & Review<br />Week ____: Initial data:<br />Week ____: Solicit Feedback:<br />
    • Survey Focus Group
    • 15. Facebook
    • 16. Informal Discussions
    Stage Six: Evaluation and Recommendation<br />Weeks ____: Evaluation<br />
    • analyzing data
    • 17. write report
    • 18. publicize findings locally
    Promotion and Marketing are KEY!<br />Create a Marketing Plan!<br />