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Law Library Blog Survey

This post is for fellow law library bloggers (past, present, and near future):

I’m working on an article for Law Library Journal on the topic of blogs. It will be a piece on the state of the law library blogosphere: Who is blogging? What are we blogging about? Who reads our blogs? What technologies are we using? and Have our blogs been successful?

I need your help. As fellow law library bloggers, I’d like to learn more about your blogging experiences. Would you please take a few moments to complete a short survey? It is available at http://survey.perseus.com/7dae68ec.htm.

For the purposes of this article, I am only interested in professional blogs affiliated with a law library, a law library association, and / or written by a law librarian. I would like to hear from you if you have a blog now, had one in the past, or have plans to start one in the near future. Be assured that I will not connect your responses to you or your organization when writing my article.

Please complete a separate survey for each blog to which you contribute(d). If there are multiple authors for the blog, please select just one person to complete the survey (preferably the person responsible for its creation).

Thank you in advance for your assistance.