I've got an undersung blog to recommend to you: Brain_blog from the Library at Mohawk College in Hamilton, Ontario. The librarians there are using this blog more as a newsletter, and only publish to it once per month, with a single lengthy post, and that's why it's probably not as well-known as it should be. But every month I get something useful out of this site.
This month's post includes a link to a screencast put together by two people, one male, one female. Huh, two good voices to listen to really break up the screencast, and I think it makes it more pleasant to listen to. I'll betcha that's why they do that with the nightly news too, eh? It's such a simple little change from what I've done, but I think it's a pretty good strategy. They've also incorporated some nice background music where appropriate, something I've been meaning to do for a looong time.
So the other neat link I got from this month's post is to the US Colleges section of YouTube. Is your school on the list?
Incidentally, you can also read about the genesis of Brain_blog in vol 52(2) of Feliciter, the magazine of the Canadian Library Association. (link to Academic Search Premier).
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