03 June 2006

“New” or Important Websites I've Found Recently

Some of these I found on The Librarian List, edited by Steven Cohen (http://www.pubsub.com/lists/librarian), others I found on my own. All look interesting.

Library Dust, Michael McGrorty, ALA councilor and writer, http://librarydust.typepad.com/

A Fuse #8 Production, children’s librarianship, librarian at NYPL, http://fusenumber8.blogspot.com/

ricklibrarian, a review of books, websites, movies, or anything worth reviewing with comments about libraries and librarianship, Rick Roche, Downers Grove, Illinois, http://ricklibrarian.blogspot.com/

Filipino Librarian: For those interested in knowing more about the Philippines, Filipiniana, Philippine libraries and Filipino librarians, by Vernon R. Totanes, University of the Philippines, http://filipinolibrarian.blogspot.com/

Library Voice, more techie and gaming, Chad Boeninger, Ohio University, Athens, http://libraryvoice.com/

E3 information overload: e-resources for engineering education, Brian Gray, CWRU, http://blog.case.edu/bcg8/

Librarian in the Middle: Resources and News for Middle School Librarians, Robert Eiffert, Vancouver, WA, http://beiffert.net/wordpress/

Carolyne’s pages of interest, Carolyne Sidey, female, Canadian, solo, corporate, chemistry, engineering, professional librarian (with an engineering degree). Manager of the Library at the Xerox Research Centre of Canada, http://carolyne-stuff.blogspot.com/

Vagabondages: a blog on the world of information and the libraries, in French, from two librarians from Lyon, http://vagabondages.blogspot.com/

Lbr: a blog about virtual reference, created by and for the professional librarians who work for tutor.com's Librarians by Request service, http://lbr.library-blogs.net

Ramblings on Librarianship, Technology, and Academia, Deborah Kaplan, Digital Initiatives Librarian, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, the intersection of libraries and new technology, reviewing, reference, open access, and digitization. I also talk about many of my other interests where they intersect with librarianship, http://gnomicutterance.livejournal.com/friends

Mr. Mustache, from “a reference librarian with experience in both the public and state government fields,” some ramblings, some good stuff, http://mrmustache.blogspot.com/

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