Presenter(s): Ruth Baker, Jeffrey Mortimore.
Presenters offered simple strategies for content creation and management that maximize opportunities for repurposing content across delivery platforms while keeping maintenance to a minimum. Strategies for content creation include
naming, description, and chunking-that support repurposing of content for multiple audiences and support contexts. The presentation also covers strategies for dynamically mapping content across platforms that eliminates any need to monitor platform content separately. While this session will focus on LibGuides and LibAnswers, the content creation techniques discussed are applicable to any content management system that supports dynamic content mapping and/or external widget creation.
control over access,
FAQ posts streamline support and
can be deployed anywhere.
maintains databases and
ebooks, Public Services
maintains print books and
ebooks are curated by Technical
Services and can be mapped to any
guide via shared TEMPLATE guide.
Database descriptions are
support FAQ posts on
Posts play double-duty as
descriptions and support articles
that can be shared via email and
Content developed on TEMPLATE
guide and mapped to FAQ post.
Content can be managed and re-
purposed from LibGuides, and is
discoverable on both platforms.
Linking to “Quick
Start Guides” allows
for more title density
with less clutter.