In a recent ACRL TechConnect post, Eric Phetteplace provides advice for library technologists that may feel as if they are going solo and unequipped to address pending tasks. He generalizes common issues into the following four areas:
- Colleagues lacking similar skill sets
- Too broad of responsibilities and limited technology time
- Creating endurable and maintainable projects
- Determining appropriate projects given the available resources
Click here to read the full article, Advice on Being a Solo Library Technologist to read tips on how to circumvent these common road blocks.
Tip: Although this article is directed to Academic Libraries and their respective staff, the advice is very applicable to all technology users in any library type.