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Library and Information Science Weblogs

Ten Weblogs to Watch

  1. Library Stuff (Steven Cohen)
    The library weblog dedicated to resources for keeping current and professional development

  2. The Shifted Librarian (Jenny Levine)
    Shifting Libraries at the speed of byte! Goal: help librarians become as technologically adept as our users

  3. Tame the Web: Technology & Libraries (Michael Stephens)
    Current and future technology uses in libraries, training tips, staff development and various other topics concerning library settings

  4. LISNews.com (Blake Carver)
    Collaborative weblog devoted to current events and news in the world of Library and Information Science.

  5. It's all good (OCLC Online Computer Library Center Staff)
    All things present and future that impact libraries and library users. Conversation that starts with the Environmental Scan and wanders around from there. Contentnot vetted by OCLC.

  6. Free-Range Librarian (Karen G. Schneider)
    Postcards from the edge of librarianship. (Blogging and ethics, intellectual freedom, technical issues, etc.)

  7. Librarian.net (Jessamyn West)
    Putting the rarin back in librarian since 1999 - intersection of libraries, technology and politics

  8. ResearchBuzz (Tara Calishain)
    Items on search engines, online databases, and other information resources.

  9. Resource Shelf (Gary Price)
    Resources and news for information professionals

  10. LibrarianInBlack (Sarah Houghton)
    Resources and discussions for the "tech-librarian-by-default" among us

Other Blogs & RSS Feeds

School Libraries and Educational Blogs

  • SLJ Virtual Summit (Amy Bowllan)
    Information commons and discourse on educational issues including literacy, student, achievement, and 21st century learning skills.

  • Alice in InfoLand (Alice Yucht)
    Reflections on realities, illusions, and magic potions for school / library / life

  • Weblogg-ed (Will Richardson)
    Will Richardson
    The read-write web in the classroom (weblogs, wikis, RSS, audiocasts, and other classroom-transforming technologies)