I’m not only interested in librarians who blog but also in how librarians are going to use blogs to capture relevant information (dare I say knowledge) within organizations. Christina Pikas turned me on to Lilia Efimova’s blog where Lilia talks about blogging and KM as one of her topics.
Archive for May, 2004
I wrote that I’d blog Amy Disch’s article Recruiting the Next Generation of News Librarians (.pdf) on pages 9 and 17 of the Spring 2004 issue of News Library News, so here it is. … … First of all, I think anyone who’s a news librarian who wants to spread the word about our profession [...]
Today, I blogged on NewsliBlog, the blog for the Special Libraries Association News Division that’s on Blogger. (If you’re paying attention, you know that means I have indeed blogged on all four blogs today.) Like many blogs, it automatically generates its own permalinks. I was a little surprised, though, when I followed the one for [...]
The Spring 2004 News Library News, the newsletter for the Special Libraries Association News Division, is now available on the News Division Web site. It includes features on Nashville, the division’s award winners (Liz Donovan and Gary Price, who sometimes read this blog, and John Cronin, who helped me get my job), and a profile [...]
(Warning: Do not follow the above link if you don’t like anything related to pornography or don’t have a sense of humor about sexy librarians or librarians having sex.) It seems like I was talking with someone recently about libraries and how easy it is to find a quiet, out of the way place in [...]
I’m sorry I’m not going to be around to blog something special for you. I’m excited for you and wish you all the best in your new venture. Welcome to the world of news librarianship! = )
Starting in a few days, I will be taking a break from blogging for a while. Please don’t go away, though. k will be guest blogging in my absence, so there will be new content here and perhaps even some witty tag lines. (Uh … no pressure, k …)
I noticed some referer hits from Furl this evening and found it’s pointing to what I wrote about it a few days ago as well as many other blog posts and news items about it.
A few weeks ago, I had an unexpected tour of the Sporting News Research Center in St. Louis, Missouri, courtesy of Jim Meier. …
This Chicago Tribune article talks about how libraries in the Chicago area are evolving. “Books are still the primary way that libraries offer information. But the libraries in these communities are leading patrons down other roads by offering myriad classes and having the latest in technology that increases access to the world of information. The [...]