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Librarians in Society
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- Personal pages of the Head of the Dentistry Library at the University of Michigan.
- Iranian Ph.D. student of Information Science in the University of Queensland. Resume and list of publications.
Baker, Britt S.
- Links useful for librarians, library technicians and other library staff.
The Barbarian Librarian
- Information and pictures of this librarian who revels in the barbaric side.
Bell, Colleen - Transplanted Goose
- The life and times of a Canadian-born Web design-savvy librarian residing in Oregon.
Billington, James H.
- Washington, D.C.: 13th Librarian of Congress. Site contains biographical information.
- The librarian and writer behind "Ex Libris".
- Australian librarian with a fondness for twee pop.
- A librarian whose Web site helps other librarians search and make sense of the Internet.
- Personal website of a librarian at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India.
- Karen Coyle's writings on the challenges libraries face in the age of digital communication, including censorship, privacy and intellectual property issues.
- Senior Analyst for Research Libraries Group and author of 13 books and the "Cites and Insights" ezine.
- The curriculum vitae of the creator of Warrior Librarian.
- A librarian resource haven from New York's Laura Leone.
David I Orenstein's homepage
- Vitae with links to regional and national library organizations
Dead Germans Project
- This project brings together biographies of significant individuals - some live, some dead - some German, some not - that provide the theoretical and practical base of the information sciences.
- The Ladyhawk. Militant cyberfeminist and information angel offers essays, opinions and information.
- A part-time MLS student at Indiana University, Bloomington.
- Virtual Librarian. Learn some of the ins and outs of librarianship in the digital age.
Kousha, Kayvan, Dr.
- Research associate of Webometrics/Scientometrics at Statistical Cybermetrics Research Group, University of Wolverhampton, UK. Resume and list of publications, as well as annotated links to free scientific databases and e-journals.
- Canadian cataloger links to online library tools, as well as information on the mystery genre.
- U of Chicago law librarian and legal lecturer who likes Diet Coke.
Morris, Steve R.
- Links of personal and academic interest from the Business Librarian at Florida International University.
- Links to Kenley-designed home pages.
Nouruzi, Ali Reza
- Iranian information scientist based in Canada. Provides information and links about library science, databases, online dictionaries, indexing, French language, and Iran's web presence.
- Insights, witticisms, and children's literature-related links presented by a librarian and children's book editor.
Olson, Hope A.
- Information on the influential librarian and teacher.
- Library Chicks of the World Unite. Information and links.
- The online world of an Austrian librarian.
- Site of noted author who is a librarian by day.
- Home page of the librarian and internet guru.
- Web home of LIS professor at Simmons College.
Smith, Brian L.
- Librarism.com. The Laughing Librarian's libraristic links and other projects.
- Backyard of a Jamaica-born Seattle-based librarian.
- Jeanne Dietrick and Brian Easterling's musings on pop culture and other things that make life fun, including the Folderol weblog.
Spurgin, Kristina M.
- Musings of a library school student. Includes recipes.
- Resources for information discovery and evaluation provided by 'Library Guy' at Eastern Michigan University.
- The Water Librarians' home page, rec.arts.books page, Bookstore Hall of Fame, Great Books lists, and lots of links.
Vijayakumar, J.K. and Manju Vijayakumar
- Information about education, marriage, families, careers and links on Indian Librarianship.
- Bellydancing Librarian. Serving the public's entertainment needs with the music and dance of the Middle East. Gallery of bellydancing librarians and links.
- Home page of the "rarin' librarian," with journal and personal information.
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