Did you know that this blog is integrated into the U of MN's library website? When you're doing research, many of the things you find will have a small icon next to it called "Find It!". One great example of a database that is "Find It! Enabled" is the MLA International Bibliography.
Find more in the full entry.
You can click on that "Find it!" link and several options will come up. One of them is to automatically post a link to that resource on your blog.
You'll need to be logged into our class blog to do it, but you only need to do that once. Everything else is pretty automatic. Just be sure to post your resource in your group's category.
Give it a try and let me know how it works. You can find more information about this feature here.
You can also make your own, separate Research Blog; it is a nice way to remember what you've found and share it with others. Here is someone who's done just that. Of course - the tagling for this blog "Why are you here" is a nice reminder that everything on the U of MN's blog site is public. :-)Posted by Dieter Bohn at September 15, 2004 11:22 AM