Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Social Networking, Blogging at work

The line between what is work-related and what is not in the social networking world is getting fuzzier and fuzzier. Studies are being done. Results may surprise lots of IT managers/lawyers/supervisors/HR professionals!

Tuesday tech links via Library Bazaar by Fiacre on 9/1/09
By describing the practices of knowledge workers who blog, this research provides a view into the changing nature of work that becomes increasingly digital, nomadic and networked. It shows the power of individual knowledge workers, who bypass existing authorities and use their networks to stay informed and to get things done. It documents the blurred boundaries between what is personal and what is professional, as well as the growing need to know how to deal with transparency and fragmentation of one’s work.

Social Media Policies from 80+ Organizations via iLibrarian by Ellyssa on 9/21/09

Social Media Revolution via iLibrarian by Ellyssa on 9/21/09 (Video)

The Social Web, Information Overload, and Libraries via Librarian in Black Blog – Sarah Houghton-Jan by Sarah on 9/15/09 Includes connecting with customers online

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