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Wikis And Special Libraries
Wikis And Special Libraries
Wikis And Special Libraries
Wikis And Special Libraries
Wikis And Special Libraries
Wikis And Special Libraries
Wikis And Special Libraries
Wikis And Special Libraries
Wikis And Special Libraries
Wikis And Special Libraries
Wikis And Special Libraries
Wikis And Special Libraries
Wikis And Special Libraries
Wikis And Special Libraries
Wikis And Special Libraries
Wikis And Special Libraries
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  • Hi, I’m Susan Seifried and I’m going to talk about a wiki’s role within a Special Library.
  • I’d like start off by giving the definition of what a special library is…
  • And Ironically, I found a great definition on Wikipedia, and I thought that it would be great to use a definition from the site that has contributed the most to the wikis popularity….
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    • 1. Wikis and Special Libraries <br />Susan Seifried <br />Team Southern California Librarians<br />
    • 2. What is a Special Library?<br />
    • 3.
    • 4. “A special library is a term for a library that is neither an academic or school library, or a public library. “<br />From Wikipedia : (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special_library)<br />
    • 5. “A special library is a term for a library that is neither an academic or school library, or a public library. “<br />Law libraries<br />News libraries<br />Government libraries<br />Corporate libraries<br />Museum libraries<br />Medical libraries <br />“Information centers”<br />From Wikipedia : (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special_library)<br />
    • 6. How can a Special Library Utilize a Wiki?<br />
    • 7. The Push and Pull of Information:<br />Research<br />
    • 8. Goldwater Library WikiFrom: http://goldwaterlibrary.wikidot.com/<br />
    • 9. Research<br />Dissemination<br />The Push and Pull of Information:<br />
    • 10. The Paul M. Hebert Law Center LibraryFrom: http://lsurefdeskinfo.pbwiki.com/<br />
    • 11. The Push and Pull of Information:<br />Research<br />Dissemination<br />Collaboration<br />
    • 12. The National Geographic SocietyFrom: http://wiki.sla.org/display/SLA2009/National+Geographic+Society<br />
    • 13. The Care and Feeding of your Library Wiki<br />Manage Content<br />
    • 14. The Care and Feeding of your Library Wiki<br />Manage Content<br />Maintain Revision History / Archive Change<br />
    • 15. The Care and Feeding of your Library Wiki<br />Manage Content<br />Maintain Revision History / Archive Change<br />Provide Support<br />
    • 16. Conclusions: The Relationship between Wikis and Special Libraries<br />Special libraries can facilitate the transaction of information within and between project groups and providing reference services within those groups<br />They can disseminate information on an organization or department wide level, and can provide a forum to allow for feedback. <br />In-house libraries can play a special role with the development, moderation and archiving of a wiki within their organization. <br />

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