Library Blogging

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Linworth Pub., 2008 - Computers - 151 pages
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Thinking of setting up a blog for your school, academic or public library?This book is for you

Learn all about the blogosphere and its place in your library.

Learn the nitty gritty of setting up and hosting your library blog

Find out just what you need in hardware and software to make your blog work like a charm

See examples of groundbreaking uses for your library blog

This book is an overview of the world of blogs in libraries, including both use and technological discussions.The authors bring you the whys and how-to's of using a blog in a library context, including the different options available for a library blog, the appropriateness of each option, and the possibilities of each program or service."

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While this book is a little dated, it's a good start for libraries that want to learn about blogs. I would like to see the others publish an update to this book. Read full review

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Coombs gave good background information on blogging and how to get started on some of the various blog sites--Blogger, Wordpress, etc. She also recommends setting a purpose for your blog and provides ... Read full review


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About the author (2008)

Jason Griffey is the founder and principal consultant at Evenly Distributed, a technology consulting firm for libraries and education. He has written extensively on libraries and technology, most recently a chapter in The Top Technologies Every Librarian Needs to Know: A LITA Guide. His previous book, Mobile Technology and Libraries, is a part of the award-winning Tech Set series. Named a Library Journal Mover & Shaker in 2009, he has written and spoken internationally on topics such as the future of technology and libraries, personal electronics in the library, privacy, copyright, and intellectual property. He is the designer and director of The LibraryBox Project, an open source portable digital file distribution system.

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