Daily Archives: December 27, 2007

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How and Why to Try a Blog for Staff Communication

“What’s a good starting point for my library to get into blogs?” someone recently asked me at a conference. What a great question! Weblogs, or “blogs,” are simply applications that take the muss and fuss out of generating Web pages. Weblog software can be configured, adapted, and tweaked for many uses, and it allows librarians to concentrate more on content and information sharing than on coding pages or using a Web editor. Why not try using Weblogs for staff communication in your library? It’s a great first step! You’ll benefit from improved communication, practice with technology, and experience using social […]