Library Stuff blog
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Steven M. Cohen is senior librarian at Law Library Management, Incorporated. He is the creator of Library Stuff (published by Information Today), a weblog dedicated to keeping current and professional development for librarians, which has been live since August, 2000. He was the contributing editor of the Internet Spotlight column for Public Libraries magazine from 2001 to 2006 and has been a columnist for Information Today magazine since February 2006. He has spoken at many conferences and has taught workshops in the United States and Canada on such topics as Weblogs, RSS, keeping current, search engines, social networking, and readers advisory. Cohen started the official Public Library Association weblog in 2005.
Cohen was one of 55 recipients of Library Journal’s Movers and Shakers award in 2004 and is the author of the book "Keeping Current: Advanced Internet Strategies to Meet Librarian and Patron Needs", published by ALA in 2003. He holds a BA in Psychology from SUNY Stonybrook, an MA in Mental Health Counseling from Long Island University, and an MLS from Queens College. He lives in Smithtown, NY with his wife Barbie, daughter Hallie, son Ari, and Ezra and EJ, their cats.
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