I just blogged about this over on SCASL Blogs! but wanted to share the love here to! Here is the post from over there, just in case you don’t subscribe to that one!
Today is Blog Day 2007, and there is a “meme” of sorts going around. So I must first post the instructions, and then point readers to new blogs. Recently I wrote an article for our SCASL Media Center Messenger about the power of Web 2.0, and asked any LMS’s out there in SC to send me URLs of their blogs. So I will point you to theirs.
BlogDay posting instructions:
- 1. Find 5 new Blogs that you find interesting
- 2. Notify the 5 bloggers that you are recommending them as part of BlogDay 2007
- 3. Write a short description of the Blogs and place a link to the recommended Blog
- 4. Post the BlogDay Post (on August 31st) and
- 5. Add the BlogDay tag using this link: http://technorati.com/tag/BlogDay2007 and a link to the BlogDay web site at http://www.blogday.org
Fellow SC library media specialist Brenda Branson at Crowders Creek Middle school is introducing her students using CCMS Blog
Whack Books, is a blog from LMS April Llibre of Walhalla High School. The opening line at the top of the page says it all, which I will quote here: Welcome to the Walhalla High School Library book blog, Whack Books…as in, “That book is SO whack (good),” OR, “That book is SO whack (bad)!” Join us for discussions about books; tell us what you really think.
Beck Academy (Greenville County) LMS Andi Fansher’s Library News You Can Use is available as a professional-type blog with a target audience of teachers. She also has a student portal, the Beck Academy Library Media Center.
LMS Stacy Symborski of D.R. Hill Middle School in Duncan, SC is blogging at Reading Rocks at D.R. Hill Middle.
LMS Sue Fitzgerald blogs for a target audience of students at her Dorman High School Blog to discuss school related topics.
So now you have some other adopters of the web 2.0 way, and you can use them as models too. Don’t forget to drop by my blogs as well, TechnoTuesday and @ the CMS Library. I still consider my self a newbie, and my student blog is still in its infancy, not even yet having been introduced to our faculty or students! Be sure to visit and leave a comment. Some say web 2.0 means read/write, so read their blogs and write a COMMENT!! Show them some blog love!
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