Entreprise 2.0 and more

How are libraries using blogs?

Posted on: August 26, 2009

One of my ambition after finishing this subject is applying  some Web 2.0 tools to my organization, the Hue University Learning Resource Center. I am more interested in the adaptation of Enterprise 2.0 to non-profit organizations, especially libraries and information centers.

Therefore, for completing the weekly activity of enterprise blogging, I tried to look for successful stories of libraries’ blogs.

They are:

Curtin University Library

John Oxley Library

The Waterloo Public Library

and more…

(you must be really surprised by the numbers of these library blogs)

Following are the ways that libraries are using blogs:

  • Replacing library websites
  • Introducing libraries’s resources
  • Announcing news and events
  • Reaching youth community
  • Providing materials for orientation and information literacy classes
  • Facilitating collaboration and training activities for staff (internal blogs)

These uses of blogs reflect the features and functions of the six types of corporate blogs, which are mentioned in CorporateBlogging.info.

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