This presentation identifies the uses of weblogs for learning and teaching, and specifically for teaching library and information students. The presenter describes her own experiences and identifies examples of weblog use on teaching and in library management and marketing. Some issues for organisational and individual use of blogs are discussed. The presenter concludes by noting that weblogs do have educational value, and that LIS students also need to learn about them because they may well have to use them as part of their job. The final slides list some resources: websites, articles etc. This was presented at the CTDI2007 conference on 29th May 2007, held in Oporto, Portugal.
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