I shared this tip with a friend yesterday and he suggested more people might like to be aware of it. Use Evernote* to clip online feedback about you. If you are mentioned in a meaningful way in a tweet, blog post, article or whatever, clip it. Create a new folder in Evernote just for this these clips, call it “reputation” or “feedback” or whatever. When … Continue reading Using Evernote to Track Online Reputation
A couple of weeks ago I was in Denver for vacation and we stopped at the Denver Art Museum. In addition to all the traditional art one expects to see in a museum they also had some patron contribution displays. Throughout the museum notebooks were set out and patrons could record their thoughts and feelings about the art. They could take the pages or leave … Continue reading Library is…?
I’ve been managing MRRL’s blog for a couple of months now. Just getting staff used to the idea and getting them excited about it. With the New Year came the “official” kick off of the blog. There are now other contributes on a regular basis and an “official” calender of when posts are sent to publish 🙂 Robin has even got the blog showing up … Continue reading We Want to Know What You Think
Today kicks off our second week of Library Learning 2.1. Robin already wrote a great post about our kick off week, so I wont duplicate it by writing one here. But I did get some great feed back that I want to share. They love the “bit size” lessons “I did the first lesson – short and sweet. Perfect!” They’re thrilled that these lessons can … Continue reading Library Learning 2.1 Kicks Off!
I noticed this little message at the top of my Gmail account tonight “Share your Gmail story” I use a lot of Gmail and Google tools so I clicked on the link to see what what up and got this screen. Seriously how great is this idea? Tell us how great we are and post the video on YouTube for everyone to see! I am … Continue reading Tell Us How Great We Are