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Communication 2.0 with Blogs & Wikis

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Presented for: Exlibris Mid-Atlantic Users Group, Rider University, NJ, October 30, 2007

Presented for: Exlibris Mid-Atlantic Users Group, Rider University, NJ, October 30, 2007

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    • 1. Communication 2.0 with Blogs and Wikis Nicole C. Engard October 30, 2007 EMA 2007
    • 2. Jenkins Intranet Timeline Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007
    • 3. Problems to Solve Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007 4 Cluttered Email Inboxes Communication Was all via Email 3 Organization: No navigation On Intranet & No logical way To find info 2 Too many Places to look For information Email Jenkins Site Staff Schedule Room Rentals 1 Communication Between Staff, Managers and Staff, and Between Departments
    • 4. Typical Project Procedure
      • Set up a meeting with everyone involved
      • Start a list of tasks on your calendar
      • Create a document assigning specific people to tasks
      • Share the document via email with committee members
      Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007
    • 5. Communication During a Project Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007
    • 6. Communication During a Project Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007
    • 7. Communication During a Project Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007
    • 8. Communication During a Project Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007
    • 9. Communication During a Project Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007
    • 10. Communication During a Project And now,everyone knows little bits and pieces and no one knows everything. Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007
    • 11. Why not use a blog? Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007
    • 12. How many of you can say that one year down the line you’ll be able to find that email regarding policy changes? Then there’s the issue of finding information years down the road … Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007
    • 13. Intranet 2.0 Solution - Blogs
      • Web-based & full-text searchable
      • Archived & backed up
      • Visible to all staff – no one is left out
      • Fewer emails in our inboxes
      • Conversational (email-like) format
      • Date and time stamps
      • Ability to link to relevant pages & comments
      Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007
    • 14. What did the staff think? Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007
    • 15. Kathy Coon – Deputy Director
      • It has cut down on some of the clutter in my inbox. Now that the important facts are on the project pages, I no longer save everything!
      • It's great having everything related to a project in one place.
      • When I worked on my annual report last year, it helped put the year in perspective.
      Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007
    • 16. Project’s Complete: Now What? Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007
    • 17. Once your project is done, what do you do with all of those documents you were passing back & forth?
      • Store them on a shared drive?
      • Add links to them to your intranet?
      • Store them in your email?
      • Print them out?
      Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007
    • 18. Why not use a wiki? Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007
    • 19. Intranet 2.0 Solution - Wikis
      • Web-based & full-text searchable
      • Archived & backed up
      • Visible to all staff – no one is left out
      • History of edits with date and time stamps
      • Ability to link to relevant pages & comments
      • Sound familiar?
      Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007
    • 20. What did the staff think? Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007
    • 21. It's a darn nuisance, making documentation, but ya gotta or you won't remember what ya did last tuesday. These wiki thangs are better than tha old way. - Ken Snyder, Network Admin Jenkins Law Library Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007
    • 22. The Wikis being used for indexing projects make updating much smoother. No more lost files! -Nancy Garner, Head of Info & Research Services Jenkins Law Library Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007
    • 23. Let’s See It In Action! Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007
    • 24. Any Questions?? Contact me: Nicole C. Engard Metadata Librarian / Princeton Theological Seminary [email_address] http://web2learning.net Learn more: http://web2learning.net/learn-more Nicole C. Engard – EMA 2007