1. LM_Net (School Library Media & Network Communications)

  • This listserv is very active and has a lot of different ideas that may be helpful. There is also an extensive archive that can be looked through and they also have a wiki.

  • This tool is helpful because it has a lot of new ways to look at what you are doing as a librarian and allows you to interact with librarians all over the country instead of your immediate vicinity if you need help figuring something out.

  • It was one of the choice activities in class.

  • It's a strong tool because it has a lot of information but not all of it is helpful or good and it's a lot of emails you get bombarded with. But if you have no interest in participating in conversations then the other option is to not subscribe and just look through the archives.

LM_Net. Syracuse University, 15 Sept. 2008. Web. 1 March 2010.


  • From the archives I've noticed a lot job postings, asking for volunteers, and some knowledge sharing related to information.

  • This tool is helpful because it has a lot of information not necessarily related to information technology but it's still helpful.

  • I wish it was more about information technology and less a job posting list.

INFOLIT. ALA Mailing List Service. 12 June 2007. Web April 17 2010.