Building a New Librarianship

Learn to apply the appropriate analysis methods to your project’s data or information, depending on the research methodology you are using.


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November 9, 2010

11 a.m. Pacific | 12:00 p.m. Mountain | 1:00 p.m. Central | 2:00 p.m. Eastern 
90 minutes 
Registration for this event will open at least one month prior to the event. 
The future for librarians is bright, but not if we continue on our current path. We must bravely envision a new librarianship, one based on knowledge, activism, and embedding ourselves deeply into the academy’s daily work. We must work hand in hand with our faculties and students to reinvent our physical spaces, our virtual services, and ultimately our own profession. If we continue to see our value in our collections and materials, we will find ourselves alone in the stacks. This session seeks to lay out a foundation for this new librarianship, with real examples. 

Learning Outcomes:

Understanding the importance of a new foundation for librarianship
Gain awareness of learning theory and examples of its applications to library service
Understand the importance of change and innovation in librarianship 


This webcast is for all academic librarians. 

R. David Lankes
Associate Professor and Director Information Institute of Syracuse School of Information Studies, Syracuse University

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