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Are you a budding blogger?

Library resources to help you start a blog or improve the one you've already established.

This post is from Julie:

I’m currently going to school to attain my Master’s degree in Library and Information Science. The school I’m going to is San José State University — because this is the future and we can haz Internet! I just finished a reference course and one of the things we had to do for the class was to create a pathfinder. It’s basically a guide to books or other resources to help you learn more about a topic.

Since I happened to use books available at Nashua Public Library, I thought I’d share it. It might as well do double duty, in addition to getting me a good grade.

The pathfinder is aimed at anyone interested in starting up a blog. Maybe you had one before and it fizzled. Maybe you have one, but are thinking of starting another one. Maybe you never had one before. What better time than the start of a new year, 2013, to start a new blog?

It’s a PDF, so you can view it, download it, or print it and bring it with you to the library. The links in it go to the books in Aquabrowser, so you can quickly place a hold on a book if it’s checked out.

A Pathfinder for the Budding Blogger at Nashua Public Library

I hope it’s of use to some of you. If you start a new blog, let us know in the comments!

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Ray Guarino December 27, 2012 at 01:11 AM
Thanks for the resources.

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