Want to Go Blogging?
Tuesday, March 9, 2004
No, blogging is not a new winter sport. Weblogs, or blogs, might be described as personal websites maintained by a single individual (the blogger) with links to other sites the blogger finds interesting, information about upcoming events, personal thoughts and opinions, maybe some poetry or stories—or all of the above. But weblogs are no longer limited to individuals. The technology is being used by politicians, corporations, and even libraries!
Libraries are using blogs to announce upcoming events, alert patrons to new books that have just come in, and disseminate timely community news. This webcast will cover how you can make your website more hip and dynamic using very affordable weblog technology.
Webinars are free of charge and registration is only done on the day of the event on the WebEx server. No passwords are required.
Speaker: Lori Ayre
- Speaker's slides: ppt [1.5mb] - pdf [1.4kb]
- Speaker's slides with room for notes: pdf [482kb]
- Handouts: doc [72kb] - pdf [60kb]