The community networking handbook / Stephen T. Bajjaly.

The Community Networking Handbook surveys the complete process of community networking: planning, developing partnerships, funding, marketing, content, public access, and evaluation. Under the guidance of author Stephen Bajjaly, founder and project director of South Carolina's MidNet, you will...

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Main Author: Bajjaly, Stephen T.
Format: eBook
Published: Chicago : American Library Association, 1999.
Series:ALA editions.
Table of Contents:
  • The importance of community networking
  • Why libraries should participate
  • Planning the community network
  • Developing community partnerships
  • Managing a community network
  • Funding issues
  • Marketing and public relations
  • Developing local online information
  • Public access, training, and technical support
  • Evaluation and sustainability
  • Appendix: learning from others.