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Bloggers help make ticTOCs launch a success

Posted by Roddy MacLeod on December 19, 2008

A number of bloggers around the world have helped make the launch of ticTOCs a big success.  Very many thanks go to the following, who have helped us spread the word:

Peter Scott’s Library Blog

Open Access News

Archivalia

Washington University Libraries

Organization Monkey

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Karen Blakeman’s Blog

UK eInformation Group

Sciencebase

Science Library Pad

Marcus P Zillman

Genome Technology Online

E-resursnyheter från Stockholms universitetsbibliotek

UKeiG Blog

ResourceShelf

Information Services Update

Lis Links

CBS Bibliotek

Bibliographic Wilderness

Science Resources

Science @ UCD Library

TechTips

Tales From The Terminal Room

Greek LIS

ZBChem News

Bibliothekia

Savage Minds

Internet News

UTAS Liaison Librarians’ Blog

Superpatron

TU Tiger Tech

MHSLA Blog

SLA Military Libraries

LiBLog-USA

E-resursnyheter från Stockholms universitetsbibliotek

SciTech Library Question

RFF Library Blog

Later On

Library News for the Faculty of Development and Society

Boulder Laboratories Library

Swinburne Library Blog

Swansea Learning Lab Blog

OPL Plus

iNODE

Recherchen Blog

Bournemouth University Library: Research Support

Library News for Computing and Engineering

RSS4Lib

NSUBA Library

What I Learned Today

Library-f-IT

The Caribbean Librarian

Business Librarian

News from the University of Alberta Engineering Librarians

DLS Duthie

The Proverbial Lone Wolf Librarian’s Weblog

University of Haifa – Library

Stephen’s Web

Interesting Pile

Tellio’s InterWeb Notes

EASE Journal Blog

Knowbodies

Library Blog Buzz

The Humanities Librarian

The View from my Window

Library News for the School of Urban Development

Library Views

Electronic Resources Newsletter

PSE Library News

eContent

Queen’s University Library

Strictly Legal – The Birkbeck Law Librarian’s Blog

NordLib 2.0

MMU Library

The Design Librarian

Dartmouth College Library

Deep Focus

בלוג הספריות של אוניברסיטת תל-אביב

Library News for Science

Hot New Resources

Science & Engineering Library News & Views – The University of Nottingham

Information Literacy Weblog

Library News for Arts

training-konzepte

University of Aukland Library: Arts

University of Greenwich Information & Library Services Blog

CIT Library News

UJ Sciences Library News

Dean’s Update

PAFA.NET

JISC News

Kinda Learning Stuff

Science of the Invisible

UJ Science Librarian Blog

CardioThoracic Centre Knowledge and Information

UE Library News

Library News for Applied Sciences

Služba ticTOCs – obsahy časopisů na dlani

Emerging Technologies Librarian

Steenbock Memorial Library

RSC NewsFeed

Virtual Library Cat’s Eye View

The Krafty Librarian

If I’ve missed any, please let me know.

Roddy MacLeod
ticTOCs Management Support

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6 Responses to “Bloggers help make ticTOCs launch a success”

  1. Very pleased to be in such illustrious company, thanks for the mention.

  2. harbison said

    Glad to promote a great service!

  3. […] praise.  This has come from a host of bloggers in different parts of the world.  Already, about 90 bloggers have posted about it’s benefits for […]

  4. […] useful site has already received coverage from over 80 bloggers including PAFA.NET, and its welcome arrival has been noted in publications including Research […]

  5. […] For the full list, see this post. […]

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