IFLA Section blogs more visible
27 January 2012
Blogs written by the IFLA sections using the IFLA WordPress software are collected on a blogs home page
and now have an aggregated overview showing the 50 most recent posts.
The recent posts overview is also available as an RSS feed meaning you
can subscribe to receive it via your own news aggregator. The overview
gives a nice idea of what’s going on in these sections.
The blogs home page is also linked direct from the IFLA home page underneath the “Latest News” section.
If your Section or SIG would like to start a blog, please send a request and the information below to email@example.com to get started:
1. Blog name (should be short, i.e. Public Libraries Blog, IFLA PAC Blog, IFLA Cataloguing Blog, etc. )
2. Blog description (should also be short, i.e. one line. See descriptions created for the current blogs)
3. Blog administrator name and email address (The administrator will register ALL users, maintain the blog, be responsible for its order, etc.)
If your Section already has a blog on another server—we can help merge/import old content to a new IFLA blog. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.