The Texas Digital Library has upgraded all its hosted WordPress sites and blogs to WordPress 3.5, which provides several new features for users.
The Texas Digital Library has upgraded all its WordPress blogs and websites to WordPress 3.3.1, the latest version of the blogging software.
The TDL Scholarly Blog service is currently down, due to a hardware failure. TDL staff are working on the issue and expect to restore service by 8:00 AM on August 31.
Read about the new features available in the latest version of WordPress, the popular blogging software hosted by the TDL for its members.
The Texas Digital Library will offer training on WordPress blogging software on March 22 at Baylor University in Waco.
The Texas Digital Library will offer training on WordPress blogging software for creating blogs and websites on December 15 in Waco.
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Why do academics blog? That’s the question explored in Sara Kjellberg’s article “I am a blogging researcher: Motivations for blogging in a scholarly context,” found in the latest issue of First Monday.
The UC Berkeley alumni magazine California has published an article on academic blogging, with tales of some of the more well-known bloggers of the genre like Brad DeLong, John Holbo, and Dan Drezner.