After sifting through hundreds of nominations, Salem is happy to report that 50 outstanding library blogs came out on top. We now need your help to narrow down the list of finalists for our judges to consider.
There are two general categories of blogs to be voted upon here.
INDEPENDENT LIBRARY BLOGS
Blogs written by librarians and other information professionals sharing ideas and opinions not endorsed by their employers. Their topics can be broad or geared to a specific groups of librarians (e.g., academic, public, school, or special). "Quirky" blogs are character-driven and defy standard categorization, so they are grouped separately.
INSTITUTION LIBRARY BLOGS
Blogs written by librarians but geared to library users. Librarians in academic institutions use blogs to promote research content to students and faculty and notify them of upcoming events. In public libraries blogs inform patrons of available materials and events and serve as outreach vehicles for librarians promoting literacy and other causes.
Vote for your favorite blog (one per category) by checking the appropriate box. Voting closes June 17th. Thanks.
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