Library Web Ecology
What You Need To Know as Web Design Coordinator (Chandos Information Professional Series)
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|Format: ||Paperback, 208 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 May 2009|
Library Web Ecology is a thorough reference to help professionals in Library and Information Science (LIS) to develop a sustainable, usable, and highly effective website. The book describes the entire process of developing and implementing a successful website. Topics include: managing a web team, developing a web culture, creating a strategic plan, conducting usability studies, evaluating technology trends, and marketing the website. Worksheets and examples are included to help library web professionals to prepare web development plans. Although this book is aimed at LIS professionals, a number of concepts can easily be applied to any organization that would like to develop a more effective website.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Can the library and the web integrate? The library culture; Developing a web culture; Establishing a website identity; Sustaining a healthy website; The living web; Conclusion; Further resources list.
About the Author
Jacquelyn Marie Erdman is an Assistant University Librarian and the Coordinator of Assessment and Planning at the S.E. Wimberly Library at Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida. Erdman graduated with a BA in Multimedia from Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois and an MS in Information and Library Science from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Her interest is in the evaluation and application of online communication tools and the problems that occur with new technologies. Erdman has published articles on Second Life reference, the PDF image quality crisis, and was an advisor for the development of a LexisNexis online product.
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