BI with Blogs
Jon Jablonski, University of Oregon
Blogs have become familiar
terrain online: Librarian.net, Catalogablog, and Slashdot
are daily reading for librarians. They are also increasingly
being used as research tools to keep track of websites visited,
to react to readings, and to record experimental results.
Formerly the domain of cyber-culture scholars, “research
blogs” are now seen in physics, literature, and history.
Strategies are presented on training students to use freely
available blog software to aid in bibliographic research,
including organizing search results and producing drafts of