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A blog listing useful links. (Since this blog is from the perspective of an off-duty law librarian, links will generally be related to the topics of law, libraries, reference, technology and fun.)
The Annoyed Librarian is possibly the most successful, respected, and desirable librarian of her generation. She has no other interest than to bring her wit and wisdom to the huddled librarian masses yearning to breathe free. The Annoyed Librarian is a free spirit and you are lucky to have her.
Blog dedicated to archiving. Also available in Dutch and German.
AssembleMe is an information science blog written by Julius Schorzman that frequently sways off-topic. Weblog focuses on information visualization and human technology interfaces and a wide range of closely related subjects.
Analysis of mass media and discussion of alternative media for librarians in all sectors.
Amanda Etches-Johnson blog, where she write mostly about libraries and emerging technologies, social software, web design, and the user experience.
News and links focused on books, bookbinding, and the future of reading technology.
The focus of this blog is the future of cataloging and metadata in libraries. The new cataloging code, RDA: Resource Description and Access, is a significant issue. The future of the MARC 21 format will also be explored. ILS/OPAC's future will be touch on. Also used to collocate some of the important papers, articles, websites, etc. that deal with the future of cataloging and metadata.
Dolores' List of CFPs
This blog shares calls for papers and presentations in the disciplines of Library Science, Information Science, Instructional Design and Technology, Education, including Adult Education, and Women’s and Gender Studies. Other calls may be listed that relate in some way to the above disciplines. It is also a place to find advice about writing, publishing and presenting. To request that your call for papers or presentation be added, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Librarian on the Edge
Thoughts about library science, information science and the web revolution by an academic systems librarian.
Blog by Kathryn Greenhill (Australia). It is and we do. Musing, enthusing, libraries, emerging technologies, balancing, being mum.
Michael McGrorty writes about library-related issues and news.
Thoughts of Dan Greene on Library and Information Science, Information Technology, web design, life, religion and perhaps monks.
Life of Books
This is dedicated to discussing the future of libraries in the "digital age" and discussing printed books as a viable information technology. It is managed by Professor Richard Leiter of the University of Nebraska
The Playful Antiquarian
Explores children's literature, printing and paper history, rare books, and related topics.
News and information about search engines, databases, and various info-piles, provided by Tara Calishain.
Teri Vogel provides news and commentary about tools for library and information professionals.
Maintained by an information services librarian in an academic library who shares thoughts on how to make the most of educational opportunities with students.
The Well Dressed Librarian
Celebrity librarian-at-large offers advice and commentary on etiquette, fashion, and the proper behavior of librarians and their customers.
User Education Resources for Librarians
Topics and issues: user education, distance education support, e-learning support, librarianship, and information access. This blog is maintained by Teresa Hartman, MLS.