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TLA Member Blogs
Blogger: David Bigwood
Description: Covering news of interest to the cataloging community. The scope includes but is not limited to Description: ISBN/AACR/MARC and includes semantic mark-up, metadata, ontologies, and other tools to aid in the FRBR user tasks.
Blogger: kYmberly Keeton
Description: Keeton created this blog to document her experiences as an African American graduate student in Library Science & Information Technology at the University of North Texas. The blog features news, events, advocacy, and humor.
Empowering Children to Reading
Blogger: Cheryl Hill
Description: Discusses strategies and rationale for promoting reading to children.
Blogger: Marci Chen (group)
Description: This the the project blog for the Homebound Project. NTLP staff and the 3 pilot libraries share experiences, activities, challenges, and success stories related to providing library service to homebound individuals.
Kids’ BRAIN: Books, Reviews, and Information Now!
Blogger: Laura Jewell (group)
Description: Library system blog; reviews books, music, and more for birth to 5th grade.
Library Technology in Texas
Blogger: Christine Peterson
Description: Technology changes or advances that may have an impact on the library profession. Secondary focus is on technology created or used in Texas.
The Pumped Librarian
Blogger: Nicole Pagowsky
Description: Focused on early career librarianship from the viewpoint of a new, academic librarian at an urban community college. Covers topics of reference, instruction, outreach, and (emerging) technology.
Readers Exchange (Round Rock Public Library)
Blogger: Linda Sappenfield
Description: The purpose of the blog is to personalize Round Rock Public Library and market the library as interesting, relevant, and showing that library staff are navigating through life just as patrons are. Reading selections are also featured.
Ruth Borchardt Elementary School Library Blog
Blogger: Nancy Jo Lambert
Description: This is a library blog for parents, students, teachers, and other librarians about books, and library events. I often post interesting and exciting things that we are doing in the library or that young readers might enjoy. Students submit book reviews and book trailers for the blog so we can all get excited about books!
Blogger: Sonja Schulz
Description: My blog is just all things library related. I am a middle school librarian, and I include events, book reviews, cool library related videos, etc.
Blogger: Jana Leigh Ann Jones
Description: A blog about the libraries and librarians within a school district with the goal of helping to shape program philosophy with a growing group of school librarians.
Speed of Light: Books, Art, Nature and Life's Sometimes Illuminative Moments
Blogger: Keddy Ann Outlaw
Description: Musing on literature, libraries, and life by a retired public librarian with almost 30 years experience. The blog also covers Lariat List issues.
THO (Texas Heritage Online)
Blogger: Danielle Plummer
Description: Texas Heritage Online promotes collaboration among Texas institutions by establishing common standards, sharing best practices and facilitating cooperative funding to provide online access to cultural heritage resources that benefit learners.
Young Adult Books – What We're Reading Now
Blogger: Pamela Thompson
Description: Features YA novel reviews, sci-fi, chick lit, middle school and high school picks, dystopian picks, and many reviews for books not yet published.
This posting of TLA member blogs is offered as a courtesy. TLA does not endorse these blogs and bears no responsibility concerning the content of the blogs. We reserve the right to remove the listing of any blog at any time.
If you have a library-related blog, are a member of TLA, and would like your blog included here, contact: Gloria Meraz. Please email the name of your blog, the URL, your name, your TLA member number, and a brief description of your blog.
Created on Sep 13, 2010 | Last updated February 04, 2013