The article reveals the history of formation, current state and peculiarities of the development of the Ukrainian blogosphere. The author analyzes the types of blogs and describes the source-study potential of the blogosphere for historical and cultural studies. The content of new online projects, which contains important information about contemporary history and culture, raises up-to-date historical and cultural issues.
1. Zhdanovich O. V. (2010), Research resources of historical topics on the Internet: creation and use, Abstract of thesis for the degree of candidate of historical sciences in specialty 07.00.06. Historiography, Source Studies and Special Historical Disciplines, Kyiv, 20 p. 2. Peleshchyshyn A. M., Khymytsia N. O. (2015), Historiographic aspect of giving information about the situation in the ATO area in virtual communities, A. M. Peleshchyshyn, N. O. Khymytsia, The materials of the 4 th International Scientific Conference on the theme “Information, Communication, Society”, May 21–24, 2015, Lviv Politechnic Publisher, Lviv, 2014., pp. 238–240. 3. Peleschyshyn A., Bilushchak Т. (2015), Analysis and classification of historical-oriented Internet sources, A. Peleschyshyn, Т. Bilushchak. Proceedings 5th International Academic Conference of Young Scientists “Humanities and Social Sciences 2015” (HSS-2015), Lviv Polytechnic Publishing House, Lviv, 2015, Electronic edition on CD-ROM, рр. 200–202. 4. Hymytsia N., Derkachova T. (2016), The main directions of the use of the Internet resources in the social and humanitarian studies, N. Hymytsia, T. Derkachova, Proceedings 6th International Academic Conference of Young Scientists “Humanities and Social Sciences 2016” (HSS-2016), Lviv Polytechnic Publishing House, Lviv, 2016. Electronic edition on CD-ROM., рр. 215–216. 5. Khymytsia N., Lisina S., Morushko O., Zhezhnych P. (2017), Peculiarities in Generating Historical Information in Virtual Communities, N. Khymytsia, S. Lisina, O. Morushko, P. Zhezhnych, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, Selected Papers from the International Conference on Computer Science and Information Technologies, CSIT 2017, September 5–9 Springer International Publishing, Lviv, Ukraine, Shakhovska N. (Ed.), 2017, Volume 1., pр. 336–339. 6. Myna Zh. V., Peleshchyshyn A. M., (2014), Internet resources of the history of Ukraine in the global computer network: information content Bulletin of the National University “Lviv Polytechnic” “State and Army”, 2014, No. 809, рр. 104–109., available at: http://nbuv.gov.ua/j-pdf/VNULPDA_2014_809_22.pdf. 7. Griffin R. (1999), Using the Internet as a Resource for Historical Research and Writing, Distance Instruction and Lifelong Learning Online, 1999, available at: http://www.austincc.edu/history/inres00title.html. 8. Graham S. (2002), Historians and Electronic Resources: Patterns and Use, Journal of the Association for History and Computing, vol. 5, no. 2, 2002, available at: http://hdl.handle.net/2027/spo.3310410.0005.201/. 9. Hensen S. (1997), Primary Sources, Research, and the Internet: The Digital Scriptorium at Duke., First Monday, Peer Reviewed Journal on the Internet, vol. 2, no. 9, 1997, available at: http://220.127.116.11/www/issues/issue2_9/hensen/. 10. Robertson S. (2004), Doing History in Hypertext, Journal of the Association for History and Computing, vol. 7, no. 2, 2004, available at: http://hdl.handle.net/2027/spo.3310410.0007.201/. 11. Yandex: fresh statistics on the Ukrainian blogosphere (2009), available at: http://blogoreader.org.ua/2009/11/07/yandexblogosphere/. 12. Вlog (2017), available at: http://uk.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%91%D0%BB%D0%BE%D0%B3#CITEREF.D0.90.D0.B.... 13. Statistics of the Ukrainian blogosphere 2010 and what it testifies (2010), available at: http://blogosphere.com.ua/2010/10/24/ukrainian-blogosphere-stats/(ukr).