Target Audience: Law firm librarians who are responsible for building awareness of resources and services; librarians who have an interest in building upon existing technical skills to create collaborative solutions
1) Participants will gain perspective on basic features of SharePoint, such as no-code development and taxonomy/metadata management.
2) Participants will examine case studies,which include solutions that librarians have developed to meet the business needs of their organizations, and gain ideas for how they can do the same.
Join library and knowledge management (KM) professionals who are responsible for architecting solutions in SharePoint to explore a variety of ways to bring value to your firm/organization. Find out why SharePoint is so powerful and easy to learn and use for creating custom pages without coding experience. Panelists will explain how SharePoint 2010 "thinks like a librarian" in utilizing features such as taxonomy/metadata management services. They will also provide examples of how librarians are directly involved with intranet development, not only in creating research pages, but also in creating team sites to increase efficiency for collection envelopment, lateral onboarding/orientation, and general project/task management. Additionally, client extranets and the value librarians can bring to these projects will be discussed.