Results of the Library Currents Blog Project

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This entry is part 7 of 7 in the series Blog Development Series #4: Creating Content & Evaluation

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The Library Currents blog project was created for an Independent Studies course (LIBR 298) at San Jose State University for the Fall 2013 semester. With the end of the semester on December 9th, 2013, the project was completed with the launch of the blog at www.librarycurrents.com.

The development of the blog was chronicled in several series, which can be found in the top menu of the home page or in the links below:

The Social Media Plan – http://librarycurrents.com/series/planning-lc

Listening to the Conversation – http://librarycurrents.com/series/research-lc

Putting the Plan into Action – http://librarycurrents.com/series/implementation-lc

Creating Content and Evaluating the Site – http://librarycurrents.com/series/content-creation-evaluation

A synopsis of the blog project was also featured in Dr. Michael Stephens’ blog Tame the Web, and can be found here.

The final report is available for Library Currents users to preview on Google Drive, and can be read at the link below.

Development of Blog and Social Media Plan for “Library Currents” – Project Results

 

 

 

 

 

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