This semester, as part of my new additional role as the Marketing Librarian, I have the privilege and joy of supervising two student assistants to assist with Pollak Library marketing and communications efforts. Here’s a peek at what they have worked on this month.
My presentation from the OmniUpdate 2014 User Training Conference in Anaheim, California last month on academic library and faculty culture, and why academic library websites are different from other campus websites.
Do you work in IT, Marketing, or Strategic Communications at a college or university? I would love to hear and share your specific frustrations and challenges when working with your campus library on their website, so that I can anticipate and address these concerns in my presentation and help other highered web folk overcome these obstacles.
On January 7th, my library and employer — the Pollak Library at California State University, Fullerton — launched our redesigned website, which heavily mashes together LibGuides, LibAnswers, and OU Campus.
Springshare listend and responded to my request for a LibGuides API call that displays a list of guides created by a particular user. This allows for a cleaner more visually appealing integration into your library website, blog, or LMSs.