Erin Dorney

Blogging life & librarianship

Welcome, PaLA-ers

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Hello readers-

If you are a regular follower, thank you for your continued support of my blog! I am participating in a blogging (def just wrote ‘blobbing’) panel at the 2010 Pennsylvania Library Association (PaLA) Annual Conference today, so there may be some newcomers checking out Library Scenester for the first time.

If you’re here from PaLA , hello and welcome. Maybe you’d like to know more about me? Or maybe you’d like to read my most popular posts to date:

Regardless of whether you’re new to my blog or have been reading for a while now, here is my portion of our panel. Perhaps some of you are reading this while sitting in our session? Oh, the joys of technology!

(sparse speaker notes are included if you click-through to Slideshare, but I will probably be doing an overview in a different blog post)

Please take a moment to visit the blogs of my amazing co-presenters:

Do you have comments about the session today? What are your thoughts on the benefits of blogging to build your online identity? Do you think about online reputation management and your virtual brand? Please share in the comments below!


Written by Erin Dorney

October 27, 2010 at 8:02 AM

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  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Erin Dorney, Doreva Belfiore. Doreva Belfiore said: @libscenester & @petercoyl "Blogging to develop your digital identity: crafting your personal brand" today #PaLA2010 […]

  2. […] This blog has its genesis in an excellent presentation given by Erin Dorney, Tara Murray, Amy Pajewski, and Peter Coyl at the Pennsylvania Library Association’s 2010 annual conference, which was held back in October 2010.  Part of the presentation can be found on Erin’s blog here. […]

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