This book discusses the topic 'weblogs and libraries' from two main perspectives: weblogs as sources of information for libraries and librarians; and weblogs as tools that libraries can use to promote their services or to provide a means of communication with their clients.No time to read this from cover to cover now, but from first browse this book looks great. Clyde carefully presents positives and negatives and gives lots of examples. Her background in teaching school librarians shows as she also mentions evaluating online information. She compares and contrasts different tools and paths in neat, easy to read tables. Ok, I'm done gushing. Just go buy it already. It's only $55 for the paperback.
Christina's LIS Rant by Christina K. Pikas is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 United States License.
Christina Kirk Pikas
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