Thursday, October 9, 2008


The blogosphere, the worldwide community of blogs, has speedily evolved into a phenomenon to be taken earnestly, with umteen librarians at the forepart of this business turning. Blogs are an soft, cost-effective PR tool for savvy librarians and hit been implemented, for varied purposes, in every type of repository. This annotated bibliography includes definitions, articles nearly blogging and virtually depository blogs, books, studies, links to samples of the myriad library blogs, tools for creating and using blogs, and links to presentations on blogging. An update of my oldest journal, BlogBib, presented as a notice meeting at the Indweller Repository Connection Annual Conference in 2002, the bibliography is unionized by categories, then alphabetically within categories, and is acquirable online at

While most entries are from the Consolidated States of Land, BlogBib includes blogs and commentary from Canada, Aggregation, and Continent as cured. Coverage includes donnish, unrestricted, civilize, and primary libraries. Due to the magnifier and size of the bibliography, articles centering on RSS hold deliberately been unnoticed.

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