Monthly Discussion: 2014 Library New Years Resolutions

Photo: 'Traffic Light Tree' CC(NC) by Gabrielle Ludlow

Photo: ‘Traffic Light Tree’ CC(NC) by Gabrielle Ludlow

For January 2014 the ILN discussion topic is all about ‘Library New Years Resolutions’ and we aim to feature a vast array of mini blog posts on the topic. The questions are based on a ‘traffic light model’, green for go, yellow for change and red for stop. This is based on the concept that it’s easy to focus on trying new and exciting things but in order to have the time and resources to try new things we sometimes need to think about doing other things differently and stopping somethings all together. So with that in mind, each of our guest bloggers we will be telling us:

 
1. What is one new thing you want to start doing in 2014?
 
2. What is one thing you want to try doing differently in 2014?
 
3. What is one thing you want to stop doing in 2014?
 
 
 
 
 
What are your resolutions?
 
Do you have some Library Resolutions for 2014? If so we’d love to feature them on this blog during January. To be featured, all you have to do is answer the 3 questions and send them to us,  preferably with a picture of your choice (note: only use photos that you own the copyright for or that are released on a creative commons license). They can be fairly brief answers so please don’t feel like you have to write essays.  To be featured on the website, posts must be sent to us by Sunday 26th of January 2014 .

3 comments

  1. […] International Librarians Network (ILN) sammelt derzeit Vorsätze zum neuen Jahr. Das ist eine, wie wir finden, exzellente Idee. Nicht unbedingt, weil man alles einhält, was man […]

  2. […] For January 2014 the ILN discussion topic is all about 'Library New Years Resolutions' and we aim to feature a vast array of mini blog posts on the topic. The questions are based on a 'traffic ligh…  […]

  3. […] International Librarians Network suggested a New Year’s resolution as point of discussion for the ILN network partners in the […]

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