Library Currents is featured on Tame the Web – see the guest post!

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This entry is part 6 of 7 in the series Blog Development Series #4: Creating Content & Evaluation
 
An infographic based on words in my Tame The Web guest post!

An infographic based on words on the page of my Tame The Web guest post!

With the Fall Semester at San Jose State University coming to a close, the Library Currents graduate project is completed, but the blog will continue on! Working with Michael Stephens and utilizing his planning templates was an exciting process as I watched the idea for Library Currents come to fruition! As part of the deliverables in this class project, I wrote a short synopsis of the Library Currents project as a guest post for Stephen’s Tame the Web blog.

To see the synopsis of this project from it’s conception to the website launch, follow the link below:

Creating Library Currents in a Web 2.0 World – A TTW Guest Post by Mickel Paris « Tame The Web.

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Mickel is an MLIS and the creator of Library Currents. His inspiration for the blog was the SJSU course "The Hyperlinked Library" taught by Dr. Michael Stephens, a course that is also a worldwide MOOC. If you wish to contact him, feel free to write to Mickel Paris at librarycurrents1@aol.com.

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