Links to supplementary online reading and resources. These will be added to over time! Have a resource you’d like to let others know about? Leave a comment, or contact me.
Chapter 1: Project management
Finding Heroes: project management for libraries Cheat’s Guide Newsletters
Chapter 2: Teaching, training & communicating
Teaching: Lisa Jeskins Training (URL incorrect in printed book): lisajeskinstraining.com
Writing: LIS publications wiki ‘This wiki gathers information about publications that LIS professionals might want to write for — whether they want to reach their colleagues or their communities.’
Chapter 3: Meeting your users needs and measuring success
Demonstrating value: Proving the worth of your service in an uncertain world from the Librarians with Lives blog.
Information audits: London Museums Hub Information Policy toolkit
Chapter 4: Marketing your service and engaging stakeholders
Embedded librarianship: EMLIBS embedded librarianship discussion list
Marketing: the Library Marketing Toolkit website
Chapter 6: Getting & staying online
Q&A site: Libraries & Information Science StackExchange, a collaboratively edited question and answer site for librarians and library professionals. Currently in beta.
Chapter 10: Up-skilling and professional development
Chapter 11: Networking and promoting yourself
Personal branding: You already have a brand! Here are 5 ways to influence it… from thewikiman
Chapter 12: Professional involvement & career development
Applying for conference bursaries/sponsored places by Rachel Bickley
Nicola Franklin’s tips for getting the most out of your relationship with a recruitment agency