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This blog is designed to keep Las Vegas – Clark County Library District staff informed about the Virtual Library resources.  Here will be posted highlights about databases including updates to databases, InfoGuide highlights, or new reference or homework help websites added to del.icio.us or the Homework Help website.  Other topics might include, trial databases or Did you know? information.

We encourage staff to post comments. Comments could include your experience with a database or a website mentioned. Staff may also wish to add this site to their RSS feed reader. Virtual Notes can also be read on Voyager under Virtual Library > The Blogsphere

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  1. Dear Las Vegas – Clark County Library District staff,

    I am writing to you on behalf of a team of MLS students from Queens College (CUNY) conducting a research survey on Blogging Librarians. The survey is web-based and can be found on the following site:
    http://www.questionpro.com/akira/gateway/894488-0-0

    The goal of our survey is to obtain feedback on public librarians who blog both internally (among library staff members) and externally. We would like to know how effective these library blogs are – how they are used to promote social networking among fellow librarians and how well they foster library communities.

    We would greatly appreciate it if you could take a few minutes to complete this survey. Thank you in advance for your time and attention. Our contact e-mail is: bloggingthepubliclibrary@gmail. com.

    Best regards,

    Rebecca Cowley
    Michele Lamorte
    Mahnaz Rabizadeh
    Linda Yau

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