So, I've been doing a lot of thinking about this recently. Wondering- what are our best practices? Do we TL's have certain things that we all (mostly :) agree that are really important to our work IN and OUT of tech land? Joyce Valenza
has put forth lots of challenges in her 21st century wiki
, and Meredith Farkas
has a great stuff in her Library Success: A Best Practices Wiki
(even if it is a bit heavier on public library tips right now).
What are the best practices for our libraries? What do YOU think is most important? What are the resources you have to have? Is it number of collaboration times and number of principal visits? Or is it something a little less tangible? Come on- join the fun- list a few of your top "I've got to do these things to be successful" tips!
Looking forward to the conversation!