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Blogging @ the University

Internet Librarian 2005

I'm Susan Herzog, Information Literacy Librarian @ Eastern Connecticut State University. This blog is part of my blogging presentations.

Is blogging at the university the latest fad or an innovative tool? Are you looking for quick, easy and affordable vehicles to market academic library services? Do you need to publicize new databases, new books and media, or information literacy instruction? Don't know HTML or don't have the time or skills to create web pages? Blogging is rapidly becoming the new PR tool for the savvy academic librarian.

Discover why Harvard is studying blogs and how scholars are using blogs in their classrooms and as online research tools, vehicles for collaboration and academic publishing, and sites for academic discourse.

This session, with live examples, focuses on the creative use of blogs in a variety of academic settings.