Finding blogs by a specific researcher or affiliated with a certain institution is easy with the ACI Scholarly Blog Index. Just start typing the name of the researcher, or the institution, right into the main search box. You should see the results appear just below the search box as you type, and you can click right on that selection to see the content for that specific blog author or affiliated institution.
Here's an example of a search for a specific blog author. Whether you type that person's first name first or last name first, the author will appear in the recommendation list beneath the search box. You can then just click on that selection to view all content affiliated with that author.
Here's an example of a search for blogs affiliated with a particular institution. You can either start typing the full institution name - such as the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign - or a keyword within the institution title - such as the word urbana. Either way, the institution should appear in the recommendation list beneath the search box. You can then just click on that selection to view all content affiliated with that particular institution.
Get started today and try these tips out for yourself in the ACI Scholarly Blog Index.