Tuesday, 29 June 2010

The looks like an excellent tool for collaborative documents and documents that need regular updating. It will certainly be useful for updating the staff manual and library leaflets. Researchers writing papers together can easily update and see amendments made by colleagues. Useful that you can view previous edits.

Monday, 28 June 2010

This was lot easier to use than I thought and pretty useful too! Also had go at creating a form which was very simple too . A very useful tool for collaborating with others.

Thursday, 17 June 2010

I found browser based bookmarks easiest to use.
NHS my library bookmarks would be useful for people working in the medical sciences as they can keep all their bookmarks in a relevant place within easy reach of NHS medical resources.
Delicious was OK and I could see it may appeal to those who like to share resources.

Tuesday, 15 June 2010

I can see that this would be useful for members of the health profession as they can save and organise their favourite links quickly and easily.

Thursday, 3 June 2010

Thought we were going to have a week off from blogging but no! Isla has slipped another 'just write a short blog' in, so here we go again... It was interesting to see how my colleagues activities linked into 'follow that book... To actually see the process each person goes through to get a book on the shelf was quite enlightening. The accounting procedure looked totally mind boggling. I've had quick look at Isla's blog and tried the link to the electronic BNB . If we could download the summary entry onto a form it would save time physically writing out slips - something to work on perhaps. It was good to be together as a group and discuss procedures already in place and whether they could be improved. I wonder how many times we are going to hear ' Why do so and so like that' and the answer 'Because its always been done that way...'