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Digitization Diva: Web 2.0 for Government Libraries

Check out Digitization Diva at http://digitizationdiva.blogspot.com. According to blogger Christy Allen, a librarian at the North Carolina State Library, this blog “focuses primarily on the topics of digitization and Web 2.0 in a government library setting.”

Recent posts have included a write up of a Best Practices Exchange 2007 session on Web 2.0 in State libraries that I wasn’t able to attend and a listing of some interesting looking image collections and how they were promoting themselves via web 2.0 technologies.

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