On Tuesday, Eli Neiburger’s article about ditching reference for IT shot around the online librarian world. So, what are the skillsets that the libraries of the future will require?
Directors and administrative types, what are you looking for in your hires?
Librarians, what did you learn on the job? What did you learn in graduate school that helped?
Library students, what do you think you should be learning about?
This is an open thread, so feel free to ignore my starter questions and name your own topic. (I hear porn in the library is back on the front page again.)