ding.TING | Ting.dk Formålet med at skabe ding.TING er at løse en række grundlæggende problemstillinger som bibliotekerne står overfor i forbindelse med formidlingsarbejdet på vores hjemmesider Læs mere her: Eksempler: her kan du se en række hjemmesider baseret på TING Oversigt over deltagere i ding.TING team: Bellcom DBC Esbjerg Kommunes Biblioteker Helsingør Kommunes Biblioteker InLead Media Kolding Bibliotek Københavns Kommunes Biblioteker Odense Centralbibliotek Randers Bibliotek Sønderborg Bibliotek Vejle Bibliotek Aaarhus Kommunes Biblioteker Koordinator: Gitte Barlach, ITK, email@example.com Hvordan: skaber vi formidling i OPAC’en? formidler vi 70 - 100 millioner poster fordelt på bibliografiske poster, e-resurser, netbiblioteker etc? synliggør vi artikler fra alle vores lokalbiblioter? synliggør vi medarbejdernes viden? sætter vi fokus brugerens behov? søgning der fungerer? sikrer vi fortsat udvikling? Vi har mødt problemstillingerne med følgende fokusområder: Fokusér på kernen: Formidling frem for organisation
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