Library Success: A Best Practices Wiki

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When you register for this wiki, you can then add to your own user profile page. Please add your profile to the Wiki User List so we can all get to know each other!

Note: If you are going to add to the list of recommended vendors or software, please put your name on your recommendation so we know that it's not from a vendor. From here on in (7/8/05), we will have to delete any new vendor/software recommendations that do not have the author identified.

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Check out the alphabetized list of categories with alphabetized lists of articles in each category.

If you add a new category, please add it to this list on the main page so people can easily find it. You can also add new pages off of the pages in each category (subpages). For example, if you want to go into depth with a "success story" about gaming, you can create another page for the details on the success story and just put a little teaser or title on the gaming page (with a link).

You can easily add a new page by putting the title of the new page inside double brackets on the front page (you can see the formatting when you go to edit this page). Then, when you click on that link, you will be taken to a new page that you can add to.


Management and Leadership

Materials Selection and Collection Maintenance



Readers' Advisory

Reference Services and Information Literacy

Selling Your Library

Services to Specific Groups

Training and Development for Librarians



Implementing Tech in the Library

Information Sharing and Education

Working Together

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Please visit the Wikipedia Style Guide for instructions on how to format text in the wiki. Another great way to figure out how to do things in the wiki is to click edit on a certain page and see how things are formatted. Check this tips page if you're new to wikis and just want a quick intro on how to get started.

Not seeing the stuff you added? Try this fix.

Any questions? Contact Meredith Farkas.