August 11, 2010

A project website that uses a blogging tool to create a website.

Follow-up to Advice on creating a research project blog from Library Research Support

It seems that Wordpress is a particularly recommended tool for project blogs that are intended to work as websites because it supports a publishing workflow where you can have multiple authors of pages and one editor who publishes. It has been described as a website tool that is also good at blogging rather than a blogging tool that can do websites, which sounds much more suitable for research projects in my opinion. It supports the creation of a static home page, which seems to me to be a requirement.

An example of this is at: https://kastanet.kingston-college.ac.uk/

More examples of research and project blogs are being gathered on a diigo account at: http://www.diigo.com/user/lis_research_sup


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