In this blog you will find discussion and advice on using Web 2.0 for careers services, with links to further tips and related articles.

The posts are based on my own experiences working in an HE careers service, and encouraging staff to embrace Web 2.0. I intend to focus on examining concrete examples, looking at ways to measure success and trying to analyse what are successful approaches to Web 2.0 careers service provision. I also aim to discuss trends and balance the appeal of the new against the practical value and time-effectiveness…

I am happy to answer any questions you have, just leave me a comment and I will get back to you.

About me

I am a recently qualified librarian who has side-stepped from traditional information provision into developing my organisation’s online resources. I write blogs, make podcasts, Twitter, Facebook, bookmark and more, and I encourage, advise and train others who wish to do the same.

My name is Helen Curry, and you can contact/follow me on Twitter @helencurry


One Response to “About”

  1. Andrew Manson September 8, 2010 at 8:00 pm #

    Hi Helen – I like your blog and have a question. What role do you see a careers service of the future playing in addressing the profound social inequality issues we face in the uk?

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