Both entertaining and enlightening, the Library 101 project has just been launched by David Lee King and Michael Porter. Aimed at inspiring us to integrate past, present and future librarian skills in order to continue thriving in a changing environment, the project is collaborative and ongoing. Check out their ‘music video’ below for a fun introduction to their idea:
Library 101 by David Lee King and Michael Porter
Do be sure to check out their list for 100+ past, present and future skills for the profession, many of which could easily apply to librarian 2.0. A very thorough and thought-provoking list!
You can check out an interesting assortment of essays from library professionals on the website as well. Happy reading!
If you find something that you feel is important (or lacking) for librarian 2.0 skills and knowledge then we would love to know about it – we’ve been discussing similar ideas on our “Librarian 2.0?” page.