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Over the past several years, personal and collaborative broadcasting has exploded in popularity.

Many public and school libraries are now blogging. Explore Shelftalk from the Seattle Public Library and a specific entry such as fictional librarians.

checkdo itWatch Blogs in Plain English from CommonCraft from YouTube.

Just a few years ago, blogs were predominately a text-based media. Today, blogging has expanding to include audio and video content.

do itGo to Unshelved to see a library cartoon blog.

do itGo to the Spain Park High School Photo blog to see a blog focused on photos.

Many phrases have been created based on the word blog. For example, a mobile blog is called a moblog and involves using your smart cell phone for taking photos, recording text entries, and uploading to web space. A blog highlighting photographs is called photoblog.

This section has been divided into four areas. Be sure to check out each page:

Links to the materials in this section can be found in the navigation bar on the left side of this page. Continue to the arrow means an internal linkLearning Spaces: Blogs: Blogging page.

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