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* [http://www.blogwithoutalibrary.net/links/ Libraries with Blogs, both internal and external] (separate wiki)
 
* [http://www.blogwithoutalibrary.net/links/ Libraries with Blogs, both internal and external] (separate wiki)
 
* [[Internal Communication Project]] - a [http://www.libsuccess.org/index.php?title=LEAP LEAP] Project at Memphis Public Library & Information Center
 
* [[Internal Communication Project]] - a [http://www.libsuccess.org/index.php?title=LEAP LEAP] Project at Memphis Public Library & Information Center
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* In honor of the move toward transparency, in our county, I've created a district youth services wiki where I've invited the county children's librarians/staff to contribute their thoughts on how our county-wide Summer Reading Club prep and resources are going/went for them this summer.  In 2 days, we've already had 5 comments - which is stellar for us!  It's a great way to open communication between me (the district youth services coordinator) and the staff.  Many people can't/don't attend the bi-monthly meetings and emails sent directly to me aren't seen by other staff members.  This way, everyone can voice their opinion and everyone else can see what everyone's thinking!  A great way to not only inspire conversations, but to open communication up in a new way.

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  • Libraries with Blogs, both internal and external (separate wiki)
  • Internal Communication Project - a LEAP Project at Memphis Public Library & Information Center
  • In honor of the move toward transparency, in our county, I've created a district youth services wiki where I've invited the county children's librarians/staff to contribute their thoughts on how our county-wide Summer Reading Club prep and resources are going/went for them this summer. In 2 days, we've already had 5 comments - which is stellar for us! It's a great way to open communication between me (the district youth services coordinator) and the staff. Many people can't/don't attend the bi-monthly meetings and emails sent directly to me aren't seen by other staff members. This way, everyone can voice their opinion and everyone else can see what everyone's thinking! A great way to not only inspire conversations, but to open communication up in a new way.
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