I wrote the first 2008 issue of Library Technology Reports on how technology has changed the way we do business, in libraries and outside of them. It includes case studies, tool reviews, and best practices for organizations, team leaders, and team members. Here is the blurb from the ALA TechSource site:
The way of work in the Information Age continues to be commuted by the Internet. The interconnected, collaborative functionality the World Wide Web provides, when implemented and utilized, can help individuals, as well as working groups, achieve greater flexibility and productivity, reports Michelle Boule, the author of the first issue of Library Technology Reports in 2008.
A social sciences librarian and technology trainer, Michelle Boule (Univ. of Houston) examines how technologyâ€”which in Boule’s report is defined as “any tool that can be used to communicate and collaborate over the Internet”â€”can and has impacted libraries in her issue â€œChanging the Way We Work.â€
I am very excited about this report. Even in the business community, this information is non-existent or hard to find. I hope that people find it useful.
–Jane, loves the potential for technology to create a revolution