newbrarians and nerdbrarians

I was recently interviewed for a short Chronicle of Higher Ed article by Scott Carlson that came out today - it profiles some youngish librarians and their perspectives on the profession, the future of the book, what's going right and wrong, etc. I like what other folks have to say and I think this piece... Continue Reading →

amen to open IT policies.

A recent post on Library Web Chic hits the restrictive-tech-policies-in-libraries-must-go nail on the head. Here is Karen's list of arguments against library systems that don't allow their employees to download and install software freely: To work effectively in a Library 2.0 world, library staff need the ability to experiment and try things. In fact they... Continue Reading →

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