Social networking for law librarians and friends of law libraries
How about "internet presence" or "online presence" instead of "web presence?" I bring this up only because I wonder if "web presence" will seem as outdated as "Web site" soon. In any case, these are good suggestions.
Okay, here are a few more:
--Replace all instances of "Web site" with the standardized "website"
--1.5 Understands the social, political, economic, and technological context in which the legal system exists
--1.15 Recognizes the value of professional networking and actively participates in professional associations and relevant online communities [I'm not sure exactly what wording would be best here, but somehow it should indicate things like blogging, Twitter, and other types of online social networking in addition to traditional professional association activities]
--4.1 Understands the practical application of creating, accessing and managing information, including databases, integrated library systems, client-server applications, hardware, software, web applications, networks, and electronic information resources
--4.2 Evaluates the need for new and
evolvingemerging technolog yies and implements required changes
I can't remember who, but someone on Twitter suggested adding something to the effect of "monitors technology trends" to the Library Management portion. The Collection Care and Management section probably needs a going over by some forward-thinking tech services people.
I've specifically avoided using the term 2.0 anywhere, because I suspect it will seem hopelessly mid- to late-aughts in another half decade, if not sooner! :)