Wrapping up the #alphabet series

I made it all the way through to the end!

It’s been challenging & rewarding to have a focus to explore collections & customers, and it’s broadened my vocabulary as well. It has also opened up new conversations with people about their collections, their communities & their ideas. I’ve now got plenty of other tangents that I want to explore.

A few readers have asked me if I would publish this #alphabet series as an ebook or as a podcast, so I am going to investigate the logistics to make it happen, and I will keep you posted on developments. If anyone has any experience or advice to offer, then please do get in touch.

At the end of this series, I remain convinced by the need to continually engage with our communities to create customer focused collections. I am also adamant that we need to regularly review & question our professional practices, to ensure that we connect the dots in meaningful & imaginative ways for our communities.

For the remainder of July, I will be stepping back from an #alphabet post every two days to a weekly post, reflecting on my participation in the New Librarianship Master Class MOOC.

 

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3 thoughts on “Wrapping up the #alphabet series

  1. Looking forward to it ! I enrolled too, and as it is my first MOOC I probably will be a little shy… Hope we will be reading you soon 😉 Thanks again for all these inspiring alphabet posts.

  2. I’m a bit of a latecomer to your blog, but I have enjoyed it as well, thanks!
    As far as publishing goes, try the WP plugin Anthologize, it’s pretty quick and easy to make an ebook with it.

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