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Call for survey participants – Blogging in “library land”

As a follow up to her 2005 survey, Meredith Farkas (Information Wants to Be Free) is conducting a 2007 Survey of the Biblioblogosphere. She states:

“If you consider yourself a “biblioblogger,” please consider taking this survey and pass the word on to other library-related bloggers. The more people who fill it out, the better picture we will have of the characteristics of the library blogosphere. I’m looking for both people in the profession who have blogs and people who blog at their library as part of an official library blog. You don’t have to have an MLS to be a part of the survey and you don’t have to work in a traditional library setting. If you consider yourself a part of the profession and you blog, please do take part. I’ll probably keep the survey open for four weeks.”

The results will be posted on her blog.


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