October 22, 2021

Journal Article: “Web Content Strategy in Practice within Academic Libraries”

The article linked below was recently published by Information Technology and Libraries (ITAL).

Title

Web Content Strategy in Practice within Academic Libraries

Authors

Courtney McDonald
University of Colorado Boulder

Heidi Burkhardt
University of Michigan

Source

Information Technology and Libraries (ITAL)
Vol 40 No 1 (2021)
DOI: 10.6017/ital.v40i1.12453

Abstract

Web content strategy is a relatively new area of practice in industry, in higher education, and, correspondingly, within academic and research libraries. The authors conducted a web-based survey of academic and research library professionals in order to identify present trends in this area of professional practice by academic librarians and to establish an understanding of the degree of institutional engagement in web content strategy within academic and research libraries. This article presents the findings of that survey. Based on analysis of the results, we propose a web content strategy maturity model specific to academic libraries.

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46 pages; PDF.

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