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Libraries that Wiki

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Libraries and Librarians Using Wikis

 

Staff Intranet:

Antioch University New England Library Staff Training and Support Wiki

This exhastive wiki is meant for internal staff use at Antioch University. The wiki is especially helpful because it brings together any and all resources that a staff member may need in one easily accessible area. This is a model of what a really useful internal site could look like.

 

University of Minnesota Libraries Staff Website

With diagrams of the university structure, loads of links to council and board information, emergency and disaster information, business and payroll information, and anything else that may be necessary to know on the business end of the library.

 

Health Sciences Center Libarary, Stony Brook University Staff Wiki

Providing space for dynamic interaction of the library staff with the mission to exchange, share, and promote excellent service, this wiki lists current library projects, links to policies and procedures, department terms, conferences, news updates, and more.

 

Wiki as Website:

Bull Run Regional Library

See the Bull Run Regional Library Wiki here!

 

St Joseph County Public Library

This wiki looks a lot like a normal webpage. Users can search by subject, view directories, talk to the library, discuss, and view the history of the page revisions.

 

University of South Carolina Aiken Gregg-Graniteville Library

Both visually interesting and informative, this wiki looks more like a main page for a library than the wiki that it actually is. Everything that you would normally expect to find in a normal webpage is here, including some links to interesting digital collections, current news, and a link to the Literature Resource Center.

 

Subject Guides:

 

Doucette Library of Teaching Resources Wiki

The University of Calgary Library was created by the Faculty of Education to aid students with various resources for teaching. It provides links to pertinent websites, children's literature guides, and resources for classes.

 

 

Everest College Library and Resource Center

Basic but informative, this wiki is simple but effective. There is a small section devoted to news and links to the catalog, as well as reference and paper guides.

 

Ohio University Libraries Biz Wiki

This wiki is focused around business resources that can be found at Ohio University. The design is simple, but eye catching, and the page features a blog link, research tips, and articles to aid students trying to research business topics.

 

Ohio University Libraries Lit Wiki

This wiki is a collection of links to Ohio University Libraries electronic resources, primarily for film, literature, and drama. Like the Biz Wiki, it also contains research tips. Most of the resources are available to the Ohio University community only.

 

 

Special Programs:

 

Princeton Public Library Book Lovers Wiki

Anyone enrolled in the Princeton Public Library's Summer Reading Program (for adults) can add their own reviews to this wiki. It looks the readers have embraced the idea.

 

Professional Knowledgebase:

 

Library 2.0 Wiki

"The Library 2.0 wiki is here to serve the entire library community by bringing together a collection of resources about or relating to next-generation library services. This wiki may be used for any purpose by anyone as long as it is in the pursuit of positive change." ~ A work in progress that is worth reviewing.

 

 

LISWiki

The library and information science wiki.

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