A personal website. Currently, she is a part-time MLS student at Indiana University, in Bloomington.
Librarians sharing news and information working with handheld computer technology.
Handy Sites for Librarians
Dayton and Montgomery County Public Library.
Hawkins, Kevin Homepage.
Lecturer in Teacher Librarianship, Charles Sturt University, in Australia. This website has some of her research interests, and other things.
Heather and Patrick
Library & Librarian Links.This is a collection of library and librarian webpages. Some we visit often, others, are just listed for future. We do not personally know any of the librarians that make these webpages, we hope that their webpages are good ones!
The Virtual Librarian. 'Turn off the TV. Volunteer your services. Support your local library!
It doesn't take much to be someone's hero. Opinions about librarianship in the infomation age.
The Hip Librarian has chosen a lot web links about books and other important matters that she thinks you should know.
A weblog about being high school librarian, working with kids, teachers, and trying to stay hip and up-to-date.
This website is by a librarian, named Dave Hood. Website has links and resources covering many areas of professional practice. Including marketing resources for infomation professionals (especially librarians).
Indie Rock Librarian
A librarian's love of music and personal weblog.
Information Literacy Sharing
Weblog from Sheffield, UK.
The Integrated Library and Information Studies Laboratory Blog at the Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto
The blog is both in English and German languages.A Compendium of Anglo-German acquisitions terminology is a product of an on going exchange programme between Bochum and Exeter University Libraries.
The Blog of a Radical Librarian, in which there is no shushing.
New Jersey state residents can search full text magazines, journals and encyclopedias.
The Jersey Exile
Just What Does a Librarian Do?
In excruciating detail.
Uncaged Librarian's Website. Articles, resume and other interesting things. Also has links on baseball (games).
Kilted Librarian On Call
Just your basic long haired, tattooed freak telling you where to find. (By Jim the Kilted Librarian).
"I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library"--Jorge Luis Borges.
Lauralounge. A website and weblog. Has lots of links. Her short autobiography. As well as an essay about the library profession.
Joyce Latham, Homepage.
Funny stuff to read and enjoy.
Lawley, Elizabeth Lane
Assistant Professor of the Department of Information Technology at Rochester Institute of Technology. Contains her contact infomation, weblog, web links and current schedule.
Leah's Law Library Weblog
Lots of intellectual content. Lots of useful links.
The Leather Librarian
It's time to get tough! Stop dreaming and become the librarian you've always wanted to be!
Provides many links on libraries, online library tools, cataloguing & reference tools. This website should be useful.
Le Livre Electronique
French language website.
Leon, Hilary - Crafty Librarian
Nice web site with lots of infomation and links to higher education-oriented publishers. Resume and contact infomation.
Personal website.'Working as a reference librarian, he concentrates on the quality and usefulness of information, and how it evolves into knowledge.' Along with other interesting articles to read and some funny stuff like 'continuing to disprove the theory that millions of monkeys banging on keyboards will produce the works of Shakespeare.' Check out some of the links.
Who are the Librarian Avengers and what is it that they want? Click on the link to find out!
A cool librarian (German language)
View from a Librarian.
How to Speak Librarianese
An index of librarian abbreviations and jargon defined in plain English.
Connections for Librarians.
Librarians Without Borders
A blog regarding librarians, librarymanship, librarianship, bibliography, bibliophiles, book lovers, men of letters, women of letters, persons of letters, letterhood, taxonomists, vocabulary controllers, linguists, ontologists, semanticists, wordsmiths, alphebetizers, catalogers, cataloguers (non-US), readers and stackers.
Library Chicks of the World Unite
Nice website. Come on over and check it out!
It's a weekly online magazine for librarians, library and information science students, and other stuff. Interesting articles and links.
Personal weblog, stories, resources and links.
The Library Project
Includes the weblog Fishmonger, web versions of their book related projects, and graphics projects. Other neat stuff to check out.
Library Support Staff
Humor for Library Employees.
Library Stories Blog
Libraries and Librarians in the News.
This is by far one of the very best library weblogs on the internet. It's very comprehensive and very well maintained.
Stalking the Stacks with Library Lil.
Library Lovers' Live Journal
Life as a one man IT Dept @ a small public library.
Information wants to be organized.
A personal website. She's bold, sassy and helpful.
Web development resources. (UK site)
Personal website of the maker of Library Juice. Cool!
A reference librarian's website 'Life as an Information Hunter and Gatherer'. Has links to library and information science. Resume and links.
Chartership Junk & other stuff as it all crops up. AKA music, mayhem and a bit of librarianship. (Site from the UK)
Personal website of Head of Reference Services, Central Michigan University a listing with links to his papers. Other stuff to look at as well.
Bibliothécaire De Louche
A library blog devoted to ridiculing library blogs and other worthless library-related technology and navel-gazing!
U of Chicago law librarian & legal lecturer who likes to drink Diet Coke.
A website to exchange ideas, both serious and not, share points of view, discussion forum, and hopefully have a little fun doing it!
London-based librarian offers his thoughts on the profession, and a personal list of things he's interested in.
A librarian who has their resume on their website and an overview of book history. 'The History of the Book'.
Librarian's Personal Homepage.
A school librarian and a teacher. He's a technology mentor too. Also, listings of school librarian websites that might be worth checking out.
Interesting website. A non-stereotypical study of the art and practice of body modification (i.e. Librarians with tattoos, body piercings, and along with their stories) and how it relates to librarians and librarianship as a profession. Also has some links check it out.
Flinder's University Library, Australia.
Assistant Librarian, Library Information Systems Team. At University of Arizona Library. Has her education and employment infomation. Links.
Mount Allison University Libraries, Canada. Library Blog: Stuff librarians think is useful, interesting, or just fun to know
John Iliff and Julie Moore's home page, featuring a librarianship awareness quiz, a tour of the web site and humor for librarians.
The Naughty Librarian
What lurks in those eyes behind those glasses?
Libraries have changed, but the most important things about them have not.
Netbib is a successful effort of 8 librarians. It is both thoughtful and very well written and coordinated, and they send our readers their greetings from Germany. (German language site) We thank them for their post and hope they will keep us updated on developments on their important site and other important websites in Germany.
Digital Libraries in the NHS (UK site)
The weblog of one librarian-in-waiting in Madison, Wisconsin.
Website in Norwegian and English both.
Children's literature-related links presented by a librarian and children's book editor. Fun website to check out.