Monthly Archives: October 2011

The Librarian and the Community

Dr. Lankes’ “The Atlas of New Librarianship” provides a very definitive lens for library students to consider–or, more accurately, reconsider–the relationship library professionals have with their respective communities. What strikes me in particular is the notion of the librarian as … Continue reading

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“You Don’t Look Like A Librarian” by Ruth Kneale: A TLS Book Review

       I was recently lent the apparent must-read of the librarian sphere entitled, “You Don’t Look Like A Librarian.”  In her 2009 print publication, library professional Ruth Kneale takes on the issues surrounding the broad perception of librarians as professionals, tackling … Continue reading

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