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:: Digital Reference (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Chat reference = virtual reference = live online reference = real-time reference = REFERENCE (a Teaching Librarian blog)
::About.com: Children's Books (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
"About" Children's Books from about.com
::ALA News and Press Releases (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
News and Press Releases from ALA (via Yahoo News)
Accurate, focused law and technology news
Collection development on the high plains.
Weblog de encuentro del mundo bibliomédico chileno, con páginas de ayuda y artículos relacionados del área en especial de las bibliotecas hospitalarias.
Not just another library blog
::Bibliotherapy for obsessive/compulsive Readers (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Given the choice between a good book and a good lay, a good book and chocolate, a good book and a massage, if you choose BOOK even one out of the three times, you're probably in the right place.
Biblioacid is a weblog focused on libraries and technologies, led by 2 french librarians. We aim to inform our French colleagues about what's going on in librarianship abroad today, to give our opinion about the changes occuring in the library world, and (why not?) to give french-reading librarians abroad an insight of librarianship from a French perspective. Biblioacid is combined with a pdf-formatted e-zine issued every other month (more or less).
international librarian of mystery
::Blog Drivers Waltz (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Geoff Harder's blog about livin' la vida library.
a blog about what libraries are doing with blogs & rss
::Book Kitten (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
musings from a Library Goddess Extraordinaire
Books for people who love books
::Books to curl up with: a librarian's musings (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
a librarian's musings
::Bookslut Blog (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Books and more
::California Literary Review (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
insightful, irreverent book reviews, thought provoking essays, and interviews with talented authors.
Library cataloging, classification, metadata, subject access and related topics.
Bitácora profesional de Javier Leiva Aguilera, quien comparte enlaces, noticias y opiniones sobre todo lo relacionado con la gestión de información
Censoround is a newsblog providing updates about book challenges and other free speech issues in the United States.
::CETIS-Centre For Educational Technology Interoperability Standards (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
the centre for educational technology interoperability standards
::Christina's LIS Rant (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Christina Pikas a librarian in a physics, astronomy, math, computer science, and engineering library
::Cites & Insights: Crawford at Large (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
New issue announcements and occasional administrative stuff for Cites & Insights: Crawford at Large
What's new with Hampshire's Cognitive Science Librarian? Find out about new books in CS, hot web sites, and items in the news about CS.
::Collecting my Thoughts (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Essays, stories, poetry, memories, comments on the news
An online publication advocating access to ideas
::Confessions of a Mad Librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
A forum for discussion of library and information topics and interests by a rank amateur, a dilettante and a gadabout.
::Confessions of a Science Librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
features links and pointers to information of interest to academic science librarians. Since science librarians do many of the same things as other academic librarians, most postings will probably apply to any librarian in an academic setting.
::Connie Crosby (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Blog for law librarians in Canada from Law Librarian / Info Diva Connie Crosby
::Conversational Reading (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
A Lit Blog of literature on and off the web.
::Convivial Librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Fond of feasting, drinking, and good company; sociable. See synonyms at social. Merry; festive: a convivial atmosphere at the reunion.
::Creative Librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
The Creative Librarian is a hub for matters important to librarians/information scientists of today. There is a definite lean towards electronic issues, however it isn't restricted to only those. Hopefully this site will also be useful for informing non-librarians on these issues as so many of them affect us all.
::D-Lib Magazine (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
D-Lib Magazine: D-Lib Magazine is a solely electronic publication
::David King's Blog (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Cool stuff about library web sites - usability, searching, new technologies, and design.
::Days & Nights of the Lipstick Librarian! (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
The diary of a library fashionista....
::DEAKIALLI docu MENTAL (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Cajón desastre sobre nuestro mundo...y el mundo de la Documentación
digitizationblog focuses on digitization and related activities in libraries, archives, and museums, and is a source of news relevent to people who manage and implement digitization projects.
A blog devoted to digital library issues from the UCSD Digital Library Planning Working Group (DLPWG)
In view of its collaborative features and functionalities, and the nature and character of alternative methods of quality management outlined, the wiki environment (McKiernan 2005) could provide an outstanding framework for preparing, editing, reviewing, assessing, and publishing for a range of scholarly work, including manuscripts, articles, journals, and monographs (Guest 2003).
::Distance Education Library Services (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
news and articles of interest to those who offer and use library services at a distance
::Distant Librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Comments on the world of Distance Librarianship
::diy librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Bringing DIY and librarianship together.
::Dr. Web (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
:all things library, and life:
News for archivists, records managers and other professionals
::E-LIS E-prints in Library and Information Science (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
The syndication url gives you the last paper insert in E-LIS. E-LIS is an open access archive for scientific or technical documents, published or unpublished, on Librarianship, Information Science and Technology, and related application disciplines.
::eclectic librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Links, commentary, and other musings by a serialist.
Technologies for Learning, Thinking & Collaborating
::Eng Lib (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
For the scitech librarian
if libraries, culture, law, politics are just content, exploded onto the internet
::Family Man Librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
A blog about my sometimes crazy but generally happy life as a husband, father of four children, librarian, and technogeek.
::Free Range Librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
K.G. Schneider's Postcards from the Edge of Librarianship
::Gay Librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
::Google Blog (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Insight into the news, technology, and culture of Google.
::h20boro lib blog (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Waterboro Public Library (ME) weblog of literary and library news and resources
::Heretical Librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Periodic musings on politics, the War on Terror, and other topics, from a moderate conservative in a profession dominated by the left.
::in Silico (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
A blog about metadata and digital libraries
::Info Today Newsbreaks (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Newsbreaks from Info Today (via Yahoo News)
A blog about libraries, community information, information communities, and how it all impacts our lives.
::Information Literacy Weblog (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Sharing relevant items and information relating to information literacy worldwide.
::Information Wants To Be Free (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
A new librarian reflecting on librarianship, libraries, technology, and intellectual freedom
::infozo : moron librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
"sorting through the three-ring circus that is the internet" (topics of interest: clown pornography, death penalty, government information, information policy, information science, librarians, libraries, library, personal information systems, space program)
::Internet Resources Newsletter (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
The free, monthly newsletter for academics, students, engineers, scientists and social scientists, edited by Roddy Macleod, Catherine Ure & Marion Kennedy
information about book information -- yes, you heard me: book information information
::It's all good (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
A blog from 3 OCLC Online Computer Library Center staff about all things present and future that impact libraries and library users. A conversation that starts with the Environmental Scan and wanders around from there. This content is not vetted by OCLC. Everything you read is purely the personal reflections about what's going on in libraryland, informed by our birds-eye views from the center of the WorldCat universe
::j's scratchpad (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
A blog about news librarianship and related topics
::John Battelle's Searchblog (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Thoughts on the intersection of search, media, technology, and more.
A Weblog for Discussing Rhetoric, Technology and Pedagogy
::Kept-Up Librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Helping Academic Librarians "Keep Up" With News and Developments In Higher Education.
::Language Hat (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Languages, hats, and more.
::Laughing Librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
More than just a laugh
::Law Librarian Blog (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
A Member of the Law Professor Blogs Network
::Liblog: A Library Weblog (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
weblog of current web sites and stories dealing with the interface between technology and libraries.
ALAET now blogged and other library-related thoughts.
::Librarian In Black (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
resources and discussions for the "tech-librarians-by-default" amoung us
::Librarian's Blog (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
View from a librarian
Putting the 'rarin in librarian since 1993
Political and social issues affectinglibraries and librarianship
::Librarians' Index to the Internet (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
New and newly-discovered Web sites for librarians and everyone else, updated every Thursday morning.
::Libraries & Learning (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Martha Whitehead's weblog for academic information specialists
::Library Dust (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
A small gift to the library world from Michael McGrorty.
::Library Girl: An Information Super Hero (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Ou est la bibliotheque?
::Library Juice (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
biweekly online magazine for librarians, library and information science students, and other interested people. It includes discussions, commentary, announcements, humor, web links and news affecting the library world.
::Library Link of the Day (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
A daily link for the library profession
::Library Lovers' LiveJournal (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
The Library Lovers' LiveJournal Community
::Library Man (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
The library man blogs it all
::Library Monk (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
the blog of Dan Greene
::Library Planet (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
News With a Library Focus
::Library Pop (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
A Collection Developement Tool For Music and Film
::Library Stories: Libraries & Librarians in the News (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
News, commentary, and stories for and about Oklahoma Libraries.
::Library Stuff (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Steven M. Cohen's Daily Stuff
::Library Web Chic (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Karen A. Coombs resources for librarians (and maybe others) who are interested in the application of web design and technologies in libraries.
it's like, you know, library systems and stuff...
::LibraryLaw Blog (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Issues concerning libraries and the law - with latitude to discuss any other interesting issues Note: Not legal advice - just a dangerous mix of thoughts and information. Brought to you by Mary Minow, J.D., A.M.L.S. [California, U.S.]
A librarian riding the shift
::Link of the Day (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
A cool library link every day
::Linux Librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Read here the trials, tribulations, and joys of working with Linux in the public library setting, guided by your faithful Linux sherpa Shoe.
::LIS Blogsource (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
The library weblog about library weblogs.
Combined Library Job Postings - Lisjobs.com and Library Job Postings on the Internet
LISNews.com: Librarian and Information Science News
::LISNews.com Users Journals (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
A feed of the latest LISNews Users Journals posts
::Loomware - Crafting New Libraries (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Discussions related to information and technology in academic libraries, universities and life in general.
::Loosely Coupled weblog - on-demand web services (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Assembling on-demand services to automate business, commerce, and the sharing of knowledge
::Lorcan Dempsey's weblog (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
On libraries, services and networks.
::Lorena's Library Log (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Library Writ Large
::Lori Bowen Ayre Weblog (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
helping to define what matters to my community
::LRS Blog (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
The Library Research Service generates library statistics and research for library and education professionals, public officials, and the media.
::Making Links (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Making Links is a website created in September 2004 to share information and to support librarians within the OCUL consortium who are adapting their library services to two technologies new to OCUL: SFX and Refworks.
::msnsearch's WebLog (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
::netbib weblog (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
News librarians and researchers collaborating to improve information gathering.
::NexGen Librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
libraries, politics, Cleveland, and more since 2003 ... by Christine Borne, MLIS
::nn/lm scr blog (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
The South Central Region for the National Network of Libraries of Medicine
Weblog dat je op de hoogte houdt van digitale ontwikkelingen in het vak
::Open Access News (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Open Access News: News from the open access movement
::Open Stacks (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Promoting information access and literacy for all.
Open Source Systems for Libraries
::Pandia Search Central (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
News and articles on search engines, searching and search engine marketing.
::Peter Scott's Library Blog (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Peter Scott's Library Blog
::Phil Bradley's Blog (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
For librarians and people interested in search engines, searching the net, designing web pages, new utilities and so on. Short commentaries, keeping you up to date with the world of internet search and design.
The Official Blog of the Public Library Association
::Rambling Librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
I'm a librarian by profession so the postings would be library-related (mostly); I tend to ramble (my wife would agree); As with all things in the grand scheme of life, the thoughts are incidental (i.e. insignificant). DISCLAIMER - Views expressed here are strictly personal. They do not represent any official stand of my organisation.
A Librarian's Blog
Grunt with us
ResearchBuzz is designed to cover the world of Internet research. To that end this site provides almost daily updates on search engines, new data managing software, browser technology, large compendiums of information, Web directories -- whatever. If in doubt, the final question is, "Would a reference librarian find it useful?" If the answer's yes, in it goes!
Resources and News for Information Professionals
::Retrofitted Librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
News and Information for San Francisco Bay Area Library Workers
::RFID In Libraries (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
How to use RFID In Libraries
::Right-wing librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Topical commentary by a librarian and of interest to librarians and those that like libraries.
::Schneier on Security (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
A weblog covering security and security technology.
::Schoolhouse Rock (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Playlists and discussion topics from a weekly radio show on WSCB 89.9 FM, Springfield College, Springfield, MA, hosted by reference librarians Emily Alling and James Miller.
::Science Library Pad (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
science library stuff, fairly heavy tech bent
::scitech library question (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Occasional postings about issues and concerns of interest (but not restricted to) engineering and scitech librarians.
::Search Engine News Journal (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
fair and balanced search engine news
::Seth Finkelstein's Infothought blog (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Seth Finkelstein's Infothought blog (DMCA, Google, censorware, and an inside view of net-politics)
::Shifted Librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Shifting and the speed of sound
::Shore Communications Inc. Commentary (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Commentary from Shore analysts on the latest news and trends in content and related technologies.
::SHUSH - for the conservative librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Stuff for the conservative librarian
::SiteLines - Ideas About Web Searching (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
SiteLines is written by Rita Vine, a professional librarian, web search trainer, and lead site evaluator of the Search Portfolio web search product
::Sites and Soundbytes (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Sites and Soundbytes from the Green Lake Library. Libraries, Books, Technology and News
::Stephen Gallant Review (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
A Survey of Reading for Librarians and Information Specialists
::Tales From The Liberry (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
An employee of a small town West Virginia "liberry" chronicles his eternal quest to remain sane while dealing with patrons who could double as extras in a David Lynch film.
::Tame the Web: Libraries and Technology (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Topics include current and future technology uses in libraries, training tips and various other interests concerning library settings.
Homeschooled by Zoroastrian missionaries in a strange land with much corn and little scenery, Tangognat wandered about the orient for a brief period of time, and then washed up on the shores of academe after an unfortunate incident involving ballroom dancing and tiny mutant insects. One day she woke up and realized that she had become a librarian, which she sometimes regards with a modicum of ambivalence. You can e-mail her (tangognat [at] tangognat.com), if you are so inclined.
A blog that is mostly focused on teaching information literacy and library instruction.
Where librarians and technogeeks speak the same language.
::TeleRead: Bring the E-Books Home (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
TeleRead calls for well-stocked national digital libraries in the United States and elsewhere.
::The In Season Christian Librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
To provide information about resources and news by and for Christian Librarians, primarily those in Christian academic institutions. Other areas of Christian librarianship will be addressed on occasion.
::The Library Diva (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
The Library Diva is a Adult Services Librarian at a suburban Chicago library where she plays the part of both reference librarian and web diva.
::The Pod Bay Door (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Randy Reichardt, and I am a Public Services Librarian (Engineering) in Edmonton, Alberta at the University of Alberta's Science and Technology Library
::Tinfoil + Raccoon (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Looking for the new and shiny in libraryland and beyond.
::Tiny Little Librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Musings of a too-short girl in the high-stacks game of librarianship...
::Tom Keays :: Blog (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Unstructured musings on libraries, information technology and trends, and a lot of what amuses me at the moment.
::tonneten library :: syndication (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Generating ideas about syndicated content (e.g. RSS, Atom) for special libraries.
::Traffick: Minding the Search Engines' Business (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
charting the rise of search engines with a special eye toward the business angle and how search engine marketing is changing how everything and anything is sold and promoted on the Web.
::Travelin' Librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Michael Sauers is the Internet Trainer for BCR's Member Services Division and part-time reference librarian for the Arapahoe County (CO) Library District.
::TVC Alert (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Weekday news bulletin for legal, library and research professionals by The Virtual Chase
::Twisted Librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
A place for me to rant, rave, and be just as unreasonable as I wanna. Oh... I may actually throw in library stuff from time to time.
::Unclassifiable Librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
The Unclassifiable Librarian Blog
a comic strip about a library, the funniest comic strip ever written
::Urfist Info (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
French language site. Actualité des Sciences de l'Information. Les 7 Urfist ont pour mission la formation des usagers aux nouvelles technologies de l'information et de la communication. Ils déploient également une activité de veille et de recherche sur les thématiques présentes sur ce site.
Hacker Library Haven
Vast Active Library and Information Science blog. Me, trying to keep my head while studying to become a librarian. While working as a librarian. Powered by very, very large amounts of coffee. [The title is a pun on the Philip K. Dick novel VALIS).
::Vancouver Law Librarian Blog (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
Points of interest to the West Coast Law Librarian. Highlighted sources on KM, Web Development, and Law Library Management
the term ‘walking paper’ is a way in which i think of new(ish) information technologies. things like IM and text messaging are like active, animated paper to me. the term also is one letter away from ‘walking papers,’ something that librarians don’t want to be handed (and shouldn’t be handed, if we pay attention) because of technology.
::Yahoo Search Blog (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
A look inside the world of search from the people of Yahoo!
::Young Librarian (XML/HTML/LISFeed)
A young, new librarian's ideas, musings, and news about the LIS field and her search for a place in it.
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