I’m so proud of how far this blog has come. It’s seriously one of the best resources for library school students and new professionals out there.
Well, we did a little spring cleaning, and we are delighted to welcome you to the new and improved hacklibraryschool.com!
Since the Fall of 2010, Hack Library School has grown by leaps and bounds, from Google doc to wiki to the rotating cast of bloggers you all know and love. In 2013 alone, we published an ebook, co-sponsored a paid internship with EveryLibrary, and drew over 200,000 page views. In the past year, we’ve had visitors from 170 countries, covering every continent (except, alas, Antarctica). Our views to date total over 625k, and daily views have already risen almost 14% in 2014. Our audience has grown to over 5,300 Twitter followers and 1,250 Facebook fans, with nearly 2,500 shares directly from our site; over 5,200 comments (not including the spam!) with top posts receiving 65+ comments and top commenters averaging about 30 comments each. I’m citing these numbers not…
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