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Edublogs (discovery) time!

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It’s Edublogs Award time. While we have an opportunity to vote for our faves on List.ly, I see this, more importantly, as an opportunity to make discoveries relating to important voices in the larger field. As you look at the nominees, be sure to look at and beyond the Librarian list. These nominees represent leadership. [...]

Share Story Snoops with your community

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Developed by four moms from the San Francisco Bay area a little over a year ago, Story Snoops is a rich and attractive resource you’ll want to share with your parents, teachers and kiddos–both the eager and the reluctant. These moms of a cumulative total of nine, describe themselves as passionate readers who strive to [...]

On keeping up with search

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During my presentations I always try to provide a little update on the world of search.  And folks often ask, how did you discover that? One of several things that separates TLs from other techie types in our buildings is our interest in things searchy.  I want to function as a scout in that arena. [...]

Salem Press 2011 Library Blog Awards

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At a time when so many folks don’t have a clear enough picture of what libraries look like, or where libraries are going, or who librarians are, we need to point to vision.  The Salem Press 2011 Library Blog Awards literally does that kind of pointing with its nominated library bloggers.  It presents a cross-section [...]

INFOdocket and FullTextReports

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Gary Price alerts me. I’ve been following his work as editor of ResourceShelf for more than ten years   Now, he and his scouting and writing partner Shirl Kennedy, continue to feed me tasty information leads, in two new information spaces:  INFOdocket and FullTextReports Still shy of two-months old, these prodigious infant sites are engaged in [...]

NARA gets more social

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I am both a primary source junkie and a social networking junkie and I’m loving the new look at NARA. A NARA blog post from 12/13 explains: You may have noticed that things look a little different on our website today. That’s because the National Archives just received a digital makeover, streamlining our look and [...]

Edublogs Awards 2010

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Nominations are now open for the 7th annual 2010 Edublogs Awards. Think of this event as an opportunity to celebrate your favorite blogs, but more importantly, as an opportunity to discover and explore outstanding blogs  and also tweeters and podcasters and wiki owners and hosts of online communities and media producers you have never heard [...]

Hooray, the feed is back!

Please excuse this very quick post tagged “shameless self promotion.”  I am happy to announce that SLJ has resolved its feed issue.  If you’d like to have this blog sent to your feed reader, the RSS feed is once again working: http://feeds2.feedburner.com/SLJNeverEndingSearch (For other SLJ RSS feeds, check out this page.) To those of you [...]