Effective Blogging for Libraries by Connie Crosby

The CALL/ACBD/MichALL law library conference currently underway in Windsor, Ontario, has had lots of useful sessions, as previously mentioned here on SLAW by Shaunna Mireau.

A busy schedule at the conference, combined with outrageously expensive wireless Internet access at the Caesars Windsor conference hotel, has prevented “live” blogging but I hope to post some entries shortly on lessons learned.

In sharing a panel session of free Internet legal research with Connie Crosby and two American law library colleagues, I learned about and briefly perused Connie Crosby’s new book called Effective Blogging for Libraries available from Neal-Schuman so wanted to mention and celebrate this new title.

Congratulations Connie!

Connie has already posted her presentation on Web 2.0 Sources from the panel session on her blog here.

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  1. Thanks so much, Ted, for posting this. A lot of people have been asking about it. My book is part of Neal-Schuman’s new series Tech Set and is available in Canada through OLA Bookstore.

    Cheers,
    Connie