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Famous Librarians

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  • Tame the Web - Michael Stephens is awesome!  He is a professor at San Jose State, and his research focuses on use of emerging technologies in libraries and technology learning programs.
  • R. David Lankes:  Lankes is a professor in Syracuse University's School of Information Studies and a passionate advocate for librarians and their essential role in today's society.
  • George Needham and Joan Frye Williams:  The collaborative venture of consultants George Needham, Library Strategist, and Joan Frye Williams, Library Futurist.  Check out more infor on Joan Frye Williams here.
  • The Shifted Librarian: blog dealing with the changing role of technology and information in the lives of librarians.
  • Blogwithoutalibrary.net: blog about emerging tech, social media, web development, user experience, and what it all means for libraries.
  • David Lee King:  Social web, emerging trends, libraries.  Enough said.
  • Jessamyn West:  Jessamyn West is a library technologist and community manager at a library in rural Vermont with a passion for “mucking about in the intersection of libraries, technology and politics and describing what I find there.”
  • Sarah Houghton-Jan:  Also known as the Librarian in Black, Sarah Houghton-Jan is the Assistant Director for the San Rafael Public Library. She started her blog in order to consolidate the dozens of websites, blogs, & RSS feeds related to librarianship, technology, web services, and current trends to find those few posts that applied to her work.  
  • The Unquiet Librarian:  Buffy Hamilton is a media specialist/teacher-librarian at Creekview High School in Georgia, and she is the brains behind the Unquiet Library.  Check out this article from American Libraries: The Unquiet Library has High Schoolers Geeked.
  • Libraryman:  Michael Porter writes about Libraries, Community, Technology, and PEZ.  He also has a great collection of gadgets bookmarks on delicious.
  • Information Wants to Be Free:  By Meredith Farkas, a librarian, writer and educator reflecting on the profession and the tools we use to serve our patrons.
  • The Daring Librarian: By Gwyneth Anne Bronwynne Jones, a middle school teacher librarian, blogger, etc. reflecting on technological trans-literacy in the digital age.

 

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