Tons of New to Me Library Blogs

I’ve been saving these up for a few weeks. Get your aggregators ready for some new blogs. Remember to send in your “New To Me” library blog if you want it listed here. Tomorrow, I will list those libraries who have added me to their Flickr contacts. As always, send in your blogs and Flickr information to stevenmcohen [at] gmail [dot] com.

+ Yarra Plenty Library Blog“Join us in the World of Blogs and find out what is happening at YOUR library.”

+ Infolectual“Musings of (yet another) librarian”

+ LIS 750 – Michael Stephens is teaching a class this summer at Dominican and his students are blogging. Welcome to the LIS blogging community folks.

+ grassrootsloex – Seems to be a blog for a presentation at LOEX.

+ David’s Random Stuff“A blog of random stuff generally, but not always, related to libraries, librarianship and technology.”

+ Infosciphi“InfoSciPhi is for the “philosopher” in every librarian.”

+ Park Ranger for the Intellectual Commons“An environmentalist librarian (a.k.a. envirobrarian) explores intersections of the natural and the informational”

+ Library NERD Blog“Talk Nerdy To Me”

+ Haven’t been this happy in minutes“I’m a twentysomething former English major. I love my job as a library assistant. I am in “library school,” or Masters of Library and Information Science program. I’m Catholic. I live with my family in central Minnesota; mom, dad, little sister, Colombian exchange student. I went through that whole quarter-life crisis thing already, right after graduation from university. Not pretty, but necessary for growth. My boyfriend says I am very grounded.”

+ Copy This Blog“random thoughts about technology, policy, libraries, games, education, copyright”

+ NewlyMintedLibrarian“New Librarian. Opinionated Dame”

+ St. Petersburg College Library Blog“The mission of the M. M. Bennett Library of St. Petersburg College in its support of the philosophy and objectives of the College is to provide comprehensive library and information services to meet the curricular, research, cultural and recreational needs of the college community. Please note: SPC’s Library Blog provides links to web sites not maintained by SPC. SPC does not accept responsibility for the content, practices or policies found on any external site.” – Notice the catalog search. Suweeet!

+ New Jersey Academic Librarian“News for New Jersey Academic Librarians”

+ LCI Technology Blog“Welcome to the LCI Technology Blog. Its purpose is for the membership to share thoughts on latest trends and to determine what ones the member want to pursue”

+ Technology Planning for Health Sciences Librarians“This blog was created in preparation for the MLA 2006 Technology Planning for Health Sciences Librarians. It is a place for the instructors and participants to share ideas, information, and knowledge.”

+ Library Related“Library blog by and for librarians” – Three first blog I’ve seen hosted by Opera.

+ The Corporate Librarian“Addressing issues of general interest to corporate librarians”

+ Memphis Public Library’s New ILS“A weblog to facilitate the work of the Sirsi Implementation Teams, and to help keep the Memphis Public Library staff informed about the Sirsi Unicorn integrated library system implementation”

+ MPLIC Reference Highway“This page was created for the reference staff of the Memphis Public Library and Information Center. It is intended to serve as a tool to aid with communication and resource sharing.”

+ LEAP“Leadership.Empowerment.Achievement.Program”

+ Michael Habib’s Web Log“On Librarianship and the Information Sciences”

+ Crossed Wires“I am a librarian who does not work in a “typical” library enivironment. As a odd bird, some may questions if “librarian” truly describes me. However, I still identify with the term librarian!”

+ The Dancing Librarian“Ahniwa Ferrari works in a library by day and is a pirate by night. A dancing pirate, that is, who prefers lindy hop and would like to learn tango. He is planning to move to Montreal in August of 2006 to begin his MLIS studies at McGill University. Until then, he tries to spend his time playing with technology in various ways. This website is one of them.”

+ The Zenformation Professional“News and Commentary from the World of a Professional Information Bounty Killer.”

+ Cool Librarian“My life as a librarian and thoughts on books, geeky-cool web/social software, and whatever else catches my eye.”

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