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Why and How to Use Blogs to Promote Your Library's Services

by Darlene Fichter

Marketing Library Services Vol. 17 No. 6 — Nov/Dec 2003

 

Blogs for Libraries

Author: Greg Schwartz

Publisher: WebJunction

Date Published: Feb 22, 2005

Date Posted: Feb 22, 2005

 

From HigherEd BlogCon:

 

Blogging 101

April 10: Blogging In Libraries

Susan Herzog

Eastern Connecticut State University

 

Blogs, Wikis, and IM: Communication Tools for Subject Specialists

Chad F. Boeninger, Reference & Instruction Librarian

Ohio University

 

Blog Applications At a Small Academic Library

Natalie Forshaw

Karen Jensen

Ilana Kingsley

University of Alaska Fairbanks

 

Podcasting in Libraries

Podcasting 101

John Iliff

PALINET

Includes a link to:

Learning to Speak: Creating a Library Podcast With a Unique Voice

This presentation shows how one library approached podcasting and endeavored to produce a unique, worthwhile, and interesting program that would appeal to its various user groups.

Chris Kretz

Dowling College

 

HigherEd BlogCon 2006 seeks to engage the Higher Education community in a conversation on the use of blogs, wikis, RSS, audio and video podcasts, social networks, and other digital tools in a range of areas in academe.

 

What is RSS & how can it serve libraries?

by Zeki Celikbas.

Culled from the LibrarianInBlack blog

 

Podcast Novel Collects Over 5,500 Readers, and Counting

SAN FRANCISCO, April 19 /PRNewswire/

SOURCE Scott Sigler


Initiated by Peter Barvoets with the assistance of the SUNYLA Information Technology Committee. - June, 2006

 


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