Week 2 Case Study Reflections

September 14, 2006 at 1:34 am Leave a comment

I’ve finally had a chance to surf around the 4 Library blog sites posted for consideration. I love the idea of library blogs and I certainly think they will continue to grow and become a very large part of the library and help libraries to further develop their virtual image and place.  From a public library users perspective, I think this is a great way to stay involved in the community and community forums.  Being so busy with school and work at the moment I don’t get to visit the library as often as I’d like, and while the library website is a great way to keep up with what’s happening, the blogs are a great extenstion to contribute and stay involved.  I am a big fan of the readers advisory uses and the forums for book discussions.  As for the academic library blog(Georgia State University) I really enjoyed the organization of subject specific blogs along with the information on new resources, services etc.  Also, the Western Springs History blog was a great way for the library show case its involvement in the community and to provide a forum for the public to interact virtually with the both the hospital community and library community interested in the joint project.


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