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I realized I hadn’t blogged this, but my article “The Pragmatic Biblioblogger: Examining the Motivations and Observations of Early Adopter Librarian Bloggers” is in Internet Reference Services Quarterly, Vol. 13, Issue 4, p311-345. It’s been a long time since November 2005 when 238 hearty bibliobloggers took my survey. The changes since then […]

The Pragmatic Biblioblogger is in IRSQ






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Via Brett Kochendorfer Google Friend Connect lets you grow traffic by easily adding social features to your website. This means means more people engaging more deeply with your website — and with each other. In this video, Google Product Marketing Manager Mendel Chuang gives a short introduction to Google Friend […]

Google Friend Connect


Don’t miss: http://www.thetechstatic.com/ The Tech Static, a new collection development resource for technology titles, published its inaugural issue today. The need for such a resource became apparent when October 15 marked the last installment of Library Journal’s “Computer Media” review column, which The Tech Static’s creator, Rachel Singer Gordon, had been writing since 2002. […]

TechStatic Offers Reviews




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http://library.sbcc.edu/2008/09/academic_search_premier.html I caught note of this via Twitter. Thanks Kenley! Take a look at this post at the Luria Library’s blog. They’ve turned on video comments as well as sharing an embedded slide show that details basic searching of Ebscohost.  This so ties into my takeaways from spending a day […]

Library Blog: Embedded Training & Video



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  My Dissertation Bound, originally uploaded by mstephens7. I just received three bound copies of my dissertation from ProQuest. For those who might be interested, you can download a PDF version here: stephens-mfinal TTW Contributor Lee LeBlanc provided these links: http://www.scribd.com/doc/6355946/Stephens-Mfinal http://pdfmenot.com/view/http://tametheweb.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/stephens-mfinal.pdf From the conclusion: While Gorman (2005) defined a […]

My Dissertation Bound


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  Types of Blogs, originally uploaded by cambodia4kidsorg. Don’t miss the Technorati report on the State of the Blogosphere. http://technorati.com/blogging/state-of-the-blogosphere/who-are-the-bloggers   Bloggers are not a homogenous group, but they are an educated and affluent one: three out of four U.S. bloggers are college graduates, and 42% have attended graduate school. […]

Types of Blogs