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A condensed version of "New Forms of Communication: Collective Knowledge through Web Logs." This presentation was shown at the Art Libraries Society of North America’s 35th Annual Conference 2007 ...

A condensed version of "New Forms of Communication: Collective Knowledge through Web Logs." This presentation was shown at the Art Libraries Society of North America’s 35th Annual Conference 2007 during the Hot Topics session.

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    • Blogs: Why They Matter Bryan Loar Presented at the Art Libraries Society of North America’s 35th Annual Conference April 29, 2007
    • INTRO
      • Bryan Loar
      • Resource Librarian
      • Fitch
      • 2006 MLIS Kent State University
      • 2005 BA History of Art, Ohio State University
      • 2005 BA Italian, Ohio State University
      Fitch A Global Design Agency
    • INTRO
      • Bryan Loar
      • Senior Site Administrator of
      • Ar t
      • Li brary
      • S tudents &
      • N ew
      • A RLIS*
      • P rofessionals
      • (ArLiSNAP)
      www.arlisnap.org
    • BLOGS - Statistics
      • An inferred 57 million adults read blogs daily
        • Pew Internet & American Life Project, 2006
      • An inferred 12 million adults maintain a blog.
        • Pew Internet & American Life Project, 2006
      • Over 175,000 blogs are created every day
        • Technorati, 2007
      • Bloggers are more likely to be youthful
        • Pew Internet & American Life Project, 2006
    • BLOGS – So What?
      • Blogs Can Be
      • Forums
      • Collaboration Tools
      • Repositories of Knowledge
      • Connectors to New Knowledge
      • Efficient Professional Development Tools
      • Blogs Are Inherently Better Than
      • E-mail
      • Listservs
      • Bulletin Boards
    • BLOGS – Start Your Own!
      • Things to Consider
        • Determine a topic and stick to it
        • Know your audience
        • Choose a format to meet your objective(s)
        • Find the best Web publishing software for your needs
        • Promote
      Partially adapted from Keidra Chaney’s suggestions
    • New Forms of Communication : Harnessing Collective Knowledge through Web Logs Bryan Loar Presented at the Art Libraries Society of North America’s 35 th Annual Conference April 29, 2007