Jill Fenton Internet Librarian International 2008 [ABSTRACT]
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By Jill Fenton

Abstract

The Internet Librarian International conference took place in London on 16-17 October 2008. Jill Fenton reviews it for FUMSI and outlines some of the discussions and ideas around what the library and librarian of the future should be.

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The Internet Librarian International conference took place in London on 16-17 October 2008. Jill Fenton reviews it for FUMSI and outlines some of the discussions and ideas around what the library and librarian of the future should be.

What's Inside

They (future librarians) need to have a combination of skills: be customer focused, open to technological ideas, able to project manage, be end-user trainers, information navigators and user interface experts.

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