Benefits: radical change in internal/external communication, more content than on our “Website,” national recognition. We do things at this scale, but no one has to do that. Do as much or as little as you can or want to.
I’ve had the title of Web Development Librarian in two libraries and for a number of years, and I’m not qualified for this job as written.
If you’re here today, you are likely the kind of person who wants to do these things.
Show them our live account.
Good that it treats PHP as CGI (but don't delve into this) - just say that this is okay, but can ignore.
Domains – Manage Domains – Edit
That’s why installed all tools at the same time
Show the install, upload some images, begin to tinker with customization, presentation Change theme using stock Carbon – install of OpticalPork is too shaky for “simple” demo Show a site where we've uploaded more images and done more work with the interface pretties: http://hundreddollarlibrary.org/images1
With Joomla, we'll just do a basic install, then we can show the control panel for it, but we should bail at that point Show a customized joomla, with an imported template, a lot of the default detritus removed, and links to the blogs, wiki, and image galleries that we've shown in the previous steps (create some fictitious library to make it appear like a real site) 68portal is farm template
Show examples: us (various URLs and looks), show ‘new’ Blue Rapids PL site(s)
A library seeks an energetic person to serve as Cool Web Work Guru. This person doesn't fear talking to co-workers and library users and refuses to isolate themselves in a cubicle day after day. The Cool Web Work Guru will use these interactions to figure out what users need from Web services. This person plays well with others, enjoys making users happy, loves learning new things, and generally gets the job done . The right person for this position has the ability to follow clear instructions , at least occasionally. At other times, has the ability to proceed with no direction or instructions . Also has a demonstrated willingness to play with technology, a creative approach to problem-solving, and no fear of making mistakes.