Title

An Exploratory Examination and Critique of Academic Law Librarian Blogs: A Look into an Evolving Reference Communication Practice

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

11-8-2016

Keywords

academic library blogs, blogs, communication, law library blogs, librarians, reference

Abstract

This study is an exploratory qualitative investigation of academic library blogs with the purpose of examining how the technology of blogging is evolving for reference and research purposes at particular academic law libraries. This study uses anthropological archive research methods to study the blogs’ posts and triangulates the study with librarian blogger interviews. It provides a look into possible future directions for blogging in academic law libraries that may serve as a model for other academic libraries.

Recommended Citation

Jackson-Brown, Grace M. "An Exploratory Examination and Critique of Academic Law Librarian Blogs: A Look into an Evolving Reference Communication Practice." The Reference Librarian 58, no. 2 (2017): 136-151.

DOI for the article

https://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02763877.2016.1236714

Department

Libraries

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