Next stop in our LibWorld series is Iran. Alireza Noruzi, faculty member of the Department of Library and Information Science at the University of Tehran will introduce the history of the Persian biblioblogosphere to us, followed by some general remarks about library science blogging and an overview about a selection of Persian blogs.
Alireza Noruzi received his Ph.D. in Information Science from the University of Paul Cezanne in France. Besides Alireza Noruzi received a M.A. degree in Information Science from the University of Tehran in 2001 and B.A. degree in Library and Information Science from Shiraz University in 1998. Our guest author is also the Editor-in-chief of Webology, an international open access journal. You can contact him at http://nouruzi.googlepages.com. For a comprehensive list of the several blogs he owns, see our comprehensive list on the LibWorld page.
For more information about Library and Information Science in Iran, please take a look at: http://nouruzi.googlepages.com/LISDIRAN.html 1)Library and Information Science Directory of Iran (LISDIRAN). Iranian Weblogs of Library and Information Science. Available at: http://nouruzi.googlepages.com/LISDIRAN.html
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|1.||↑||Library and Information Science Directory of Iran (LISDIRAN). Iranian Weblogs of Library and Information Science. Available at: http://nouruzi.googlepages.com/LISDIRAN.html|