I'm Susan Herzog, Information Literacy Librarian @ Eastern Connecticut State University. This blog links to my various & diverse blogs:
The following blogs have been created to supplement and update conference presentations:
An Extensive Annotated Bibliography on Weblogs and Blogging, with a Focus on Library/Librarian Blogs...
Links to my Blogging presentations.
The Plagiarism Blog
Keeping Current on Plagiarism, Cheating & Academic Honor Codes.
The Websearch Blog
Articles and tips about searching the Web.
The Google Blog
Articles and tips about Google.
The Yahoo! Search Blog
Articles and tips about Yahoo! Search (a search engine to watch!).
J. Eugene Smith Library Blogs
what's up @ your library
Sources and services @ J. Eugene Smith Library and beyond...
A collaborative blog; Smith Library bloggers include Ellen Colburn & Kris Jacobi.
Library news, publishing opportunities, library conferences and more...a collaborative blog; Smith Library bloggers include Ellen Colburn & Kris Jacobi.
Learning About RSS
A collection of resources to help me learn more about RSS.
IL and the GER
This blog started as a private, internal blog for my library director and myself as I researched how Information Literacy can be integrated into the General Education Requirements; we have now submitted our proposal on integrating Information Literacy Across the Curriculum (ILAC) to the General Education Program Committee and, rather than submit supporting documents to their web site for posting, I made this blog public so that I can easily update it as I find examples of research, tutorials, and initiatives from other universities.
Susan @ Wayne Norman
Links from my appearance on Wayne Norman's "Guess Who's Coming to Breakfast" Radio Show on Blogging, December 29, 2004.
My first two blogs, created for conference poster sessions:
BlogBib ALA 2002
An annotated bibliography on blogging for the American Library Association Conference.
BlogBib CARL 2002
An annotated bibliography on blogging for the California Academic & Research Libraries Conference.