Wednesday, March 28, 2007

A Call for Your Stuff

Does anyone out there have a basic powerpoint presentation discussing the NYS SBDC and what we do? I bet someone does.

We'd like to help you share this type of information. At many special libraries, employees are required to submit copies of all their reports and presentations to the central library. The librarians then "sanitize" these documents- taking out personal information and the like, cataloging them, and making them available throughout the broader agency.

Now, don't start sending us everything you do. But when you have something that might be useful for someone else, why not share it? We'll be happy to take out (or leave in if you prefer) identifying information. I know I'm always asking for things for the public website, but what about sharing things internally? We can, and should do that too. And the Research Network would love to help.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think this is a great idea. In fact, it would be great to have some standard presentations in the file cabinet on the internal site. I could even contribute the presentations that were given (or most of them anyway) at the 2005 Lake Placid Annual Conference. I recall on a number of occasions advisors commenting (or is that lamenting) about how they wished they could get a copy of a presentation someone has done, but unfortunately not always being successful at actually getting it. Would sharing the Annual Conference presentations be helpful to everyone too? I personally like to see conference presentations (especially if I missed a session). How about everyone else? ->Linda @ North Country