I attended the Michigan Library Association Conference last week. It was a good event. I learned a lot and was able to socialize and network.
However, I was given several mild rebukes for my obvious neglect of this blog. They were well deserved. I have seriously fallen off my dedication to this blog. I am sorry but my job, my family, and my dissertation have cut into my time and compromised the frequency of the posts here.
I will keep this blog up no matter what. My pasts posts are useful. Further, I will add good content here from time to time.
I have a possible solution. Would you like to post here? Do you care about information literacy and library instruction? Would you like to post at a visible blog that does well in search engines? This is the place.
I turned my American Presidents Blog into a group blog in the Spring of 2006. Since then, Jennie W. and Elementaryschoolteacher have done a great job of updating that blog. I still contribute but there is no pressure on me to post more than once or twice a week. Could this work here?
If you are interested, please send me an e-mail or post a comment. If you are an educator, librarian, or student interested in this topic, I will invite you in. If you are a spammer looking for a Google PR 6 blog to get links from, do not waste your time.
I hope some good volunteers will be interested now (or in the future) in contributing to this information literacy blog.