Internal Communication in Libraries : Are We Organizations 2.0?

Abstract : Are we, university libraries, some organisations 2.0? That question could be easy if we just take the communication in direction of our patrons. But what if we question the internal communication and specifically the informal and direct communication? To answer to that question, we launch a survey to the directors of university libraries in France about their use of texting, chatting, Facebook and Twitter. Their answer gave us the beginning of a definition of libraries 2.0.
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Bobcatsss 2012 : Hogeschool van Amsterdam, University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen, The Netherlands, Stuttgart Media University, Germany. Information in e-motion, Bobcatsss 2012, Jan 2012, Amsterdam, Netherlands. BOCK + HERCHEN Verlag, Bad Honnef, pp.62-66, 2012


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Raphaëlle Bats. Internal Communication in Libraries : Are We Organizations 2.0?. Bobcatsss 2012 : Hogeschool van Amsterdam, University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen, The Netherlands, Stuttgart Media University, Germany. Information in e-motion, Bobcatsss 2012, Jan 2012, Amsterdam, Netherlands. BOCK + HERCHEN Verlag, Bad Honnef, pp.62-66, 2012. <hal-00711162>

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