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Done in WordPress: Madison (NH) Local Library History

Editor's Note: This is the fourth in a series of posts profiling library websites developed on the WordPress platform, excerpted from The Comparative Guide to WordPress in Libraries, a forthcoming LITA Guide to be published this week. Goodman, along with Polly-Alida Farrington, will be teaching the...

Done in WordPress: Belchertown High School Library

Editor's Note: This is the third in a series of posts profiling library websites developed on the WordPress platform, excerpted from The Comparative Guide to WordPress in Libraries, a forthcoming LITA Guide to be published in December. Belchertown High School Librarybhslib.wordpress.com For a school library, the natural target audience is the student body. In research for my book, I visited...

Done in WordPress: The Grove Library

Editor's Note: This is the second in a series of posts profiling library websites developed on the WordPress platform, excerpted from The Comparative Guide to WordPress in Libraries, a forthcoming LITA Guide to be published in December. The Grove Library websitehttp://thegrovelibrary.net The Grove Library website is a beautiful, seemingly simple website with a great user interface. The needs...

Done in WordPress: Scholarly Publishing @ MIT Libraries

Editor's Note: This is the first of a series of posts profiling library websites developed on the WordPress platform, excerpted from The Comparative Guide to WordPress in Libraries, a forthcoming LITA Guide to be published in December. Website: libraries.mit.edu/sites/scholarly/ At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Libraries, WordPress has been used to create an informational hub...