The future of academic librarianship is being shaped by the willingness and ability of librarians to lead and to be creative in their responses to the pressures and challenges facing higher education, libraries, and our profession. Leadership is nothing new for librarians. A look at the careers of several librarians reveals how they have contributed to the evolution of the profession.I was fortunate to be elected to the SOLINET (Southeast Library Information Network) Board from 1974-1977 at a time when that ... From my predecessor at Richmond, I inherited a grant from the Council on Library Resources/National Endowment for the ... They did, however, strengthen my administrative and leadership skills. ... I was also fortunate to be selected to be trained by the Association of Research Librariesa#39; Office of Management Studies (OMS) as a process consultant.
|Title||:||Leadership and Academic Librarians|
|Author||:||Terrence Mech, Gerard B. McCabe|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 1998-01-01|