Friday, October 14, 2005

Now booking for the Carnival (of the Infosciences)

Greg over at Open Stacks started up the Carnival of the Infosciences about 11 weeks ago. A blog carnival is a collection of posts that highlights great posts of the week, but that switches hosts each time. Next week (Monday, Oct 17-Sunday, Oct 23) I'll be collecting posts for Carnival #12 to be hosted on this blog, Monday, Oct 24, 2005. Submission guidelines are on the Open Stacks blog, but send submissions to me via the comments to this post, or via any of the contact methods mentioned on the DE Library Home Page. Entries can be either something you've written or something you've read.

I am, of course, especially interested in distance education, but the Carnival is not limited to that. Anything regarding libraries, information science, searching...or the information aspects of distance education. I've found that the Carnival is a great place to find new blogs to read.

I'm looking forward to hearing from you!

2 Comments:

Blogger Natalie said...

Hi Rebecca,

Here's something for the carnival:
Phil Bradley has recently posted information about a
Google Librarian Center. Google will send registrants a quarterly newsletter JUST FOR LIBRARIANS. Stay tuned for the first issue!

5:46 PM, October 18, 2005  
Blogger ricklibrarian said...

Rebecca,

Thanks for hosting the carnival. Will you consider my piece about use of Open WorldCat in rural America? The URL is http://ricklibrarian.blogspot.com/2005/10/open-worldcat-for-rural-america.html

Thanks again.

Rick Roche

3:45 PM, October 21, 2005  

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