Recent Events

Bloggers at Computers in Libraries

  • Jane Dysart & Rebecca Jones / @jdysartDysart & Jones Associates – Our website focuses on events, thoughts, and links related to information and knowledge management, leadership and management, technology and social media, and planning which is the core of our consulting business — event planning, business planning, organizational planning and strategic planning.
  • Bill Drew / @billdrew4Bill Drew The Librarian – I post about libraries, new tech, being a military librarian, and other random things.
  • Jill Hurst-Wahl / @jill_hwDigitization 101 – The blog is focused on copyright, libraries, digitization, and more.
  • Dr. Mary Ann Bell / @https://twitter.com/drmaryannbellFor Whom The Bell Told: MA Bell’s Blog About Technology and Librarianship – I will mostly be following the Internet@Schools Conference, where I look forward to presenting. There are always great presentations in this group of sessions, many of which are useful well beyond K-12 Schools.
  • Marie Kaddell / @libraryfocusGovernment Info Pro – The Government Info Pro Blog is focused on topics pertinent to information professionals working in federal, state and local government, military, and court libraries, as well as those with an interest in government information. The blog is edited and maintained by Marie Kaddell.
  • Jacob Berg / @jacobsbergBeerbrarian – Libraries. Beer. DC.
  • Jamie Matczak / @TravelingJamieNic Bits – We post events going on in our library system and trends happening in libraries.
  • Heather Campbell-Shock / @wvlcWest Virginia Library Commission
  • Trey Gordner / @koioslibLibrary Best Practices – We cover library best practices, with inspiration from the public and private sector. Upcoming topics include: ‘Lean startup for the library,’ ‘What can usability tests teach you about your catalog?,’ and ‘Overcoming friction with your electronic services’
  • Cheryl Peltier-Davis / @cdtriniThe Cybrarian’s Web – The Cybrarian’s Web is an online clearinghouse where tech pros can discover free tools, mobile apps, services and other resources. Daily posts cover the latest trends in cloud storage, crowdfunding, ebooks, makerspaces, MOOCs, news aggregation, self-publishing, social bookmarking, video conferencing, visualization and wearable technology. Also includes alerts on professional development opportunities.
  • Eric Wierzbicki / LibTech – Library technology in action. Video blog founded on the future use of technology in our greatest community of knowledge, the library.
  • David E. McBee / @David_McBLibrary Buzz – Random observations by a federal librarian – mostly about libraries and professional development.
  • Matt Burrell / @mattufsuFlorida State University Libraries – Current information about Open Access, Scholarly Communication, and Technology in an academic library.
  • Blake Carver / @blakesterzLISNews – Librarian news.
  • Lisa Waite Bunker / @mutabilisMutabilis on Storify – I tweet the conferences I attend and then afterward collect the posts on Storify as a narrative.
  • Jack Dale / @jackgdaleThe LSC 555 Blog – Initially created as part of one of my LIS courses at the Catholic University of America (CUA), this blog covers news, articles, and other items of interest concerning Information Systems in Libraries and Information Centers.
  • Lauren Wallis / @LaurenMWallisDo-It-Yourself Library Instruction – I write about technology-based information literacy instruction and critical pedagogy methods in the library classroom.
  • Jason Griffey / @griffeyPattern Recognition – I write about libraries, education, technology, and occasionally zombies.
  • Sana Moulder / @booktown_djiniIntellectual Badassery – Library Trends and Topics from a slightly skewed perspective
  • Jennifer Carrico / @literandiaIntellectual Badassery – Library trends and topics…from a slightly skewed perspective.
  • Nathaniel Rasmussen / Schlow Musings: brave IT in a volatile world – A hodgepodge of grant applications, manifestos, data novelties, etc. Hopefully with some smattering of best practices along the way.
  • Amanda Perrine / @amandaea129Amanda’s Athenæum – I focus on genealogy, with libraries and travel thrown in.
  • Melanie Parlette-Stewart / @mparstewBecoming Blended – I’m keeping track of things that interest me, things I’m reading and the experiences I’m having as a new Blended Librarian.
  • Amanda L. Goodman / @godaisiesGodaisies – What does a user experience librarian do all day? This blog discusses library work projects, notes from various conferences/presentations, tech tips, and personal observations.
  • Jan Holmquist / @janholmquistJan Holmquist – World wide thoughts – I believe the best library is created by being globally inspired and transforming that inspiration into acting locally in your community.
    Libraries support learning in every thinkable way and facilitate sharing and development of knowledge.
  • Sarah Felkar / @sarahfelkarDigitally Accessing Libraries – Content around managing time, continuing education, project management, and reviews of apps and novels.