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More library tech blogs

CircuitheartA few years ago, I shared 6 Library Tech Blogs I Love. There are so many good ones, I'd like to share a few more blogs and sites I read regularly:

Wisconsin library system blogs

  1. Library Sparks (Winnefox) - Where The Ides has a tech focus (and a recipe archive!), Library Sparks includes ideas from around the system & around the country, on programming, fundraising, grants, free stuff, and more.
  2. NicBits (NFLS) - All sorts of information from NFLS ranging from programming, notes from library tech conference sessions, news around the system, and more (This recent session summary from ARSL2014 on "Tablet Slinging Librarians" got me thinkin'!)
  3. Digital Lites (WVLS) - WVLS updates, news from libraries in our area, training opportunities, helpful tips and resources, national library news and more. (Check out their "New e-reader 'cheat sheet'!" post)
  4. WPLC (WiLS) - all the news about the Wisconsin Public Library Consortium and Wisconsin's Digital Library (OverDrive)!

Other library tech blogs

  1. David Lee King - social web, emerging trends, and libraries
  2. Digital Shift (Library Journal and School Library Journal) - all sorts of info, but my favorite section is for Library Journal Technology articles 
  3. LibraryTechTalk - A blog from librarians at Towson University which focuses on practical applications of technology in many different library areas and settings
  4. Makerspaces + Libraries - a Scoop.it (remember my post about Scoop.it?) topic all about library makerspaces

And finally... 

The Division for Libraries and Technology has introduced the Wisconsin Libraries Blog to replace Channel Weekly for communicating news pertaining to Wisconsin's libraries. You can sign up for email updates, or follow it using your favorite RSS reader.

Who did I miss? What should I be reading? Do you have a recommendation for a good library tech site? Please share it in the comments!

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Thank you for the kind words, Kerri!

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