08 November 2006

ANOTHER JOB FOR STEPHEN ABRAM


One of my favorite people, Stephen Abram, has been named the Chief Strategist of the SirsiDynix Institute, a forum for professional development in the (mainly public) library world. Stephen is already the Vice-president of Innovation at SirsiDynix and President-elect of the Special Libraries Association. Congratulations!

Shameless plug: In January 2007, ALA Press will publish my newest work, Out Front with Stephen Abram: A Guide for Information Leaders. Some of Stephen’s best writings have been compiled by Jonathan Lorig and me. It is especially strong on his musings on the effects of technology and the millennials on libraries.

6 comments:

o bibliotecário 2.0 (β) said...

What a pity it's January 2007. I wanted that for Christmas present for, at least, 6 people... any chance of an advance batch?

o bibliotecário 2.0 (β) said...

Make it 10! I want to to give one to all my teachers who understand english and another for the library!

Ms. OPL said...

I wish I could say yes, but we haven't even seen the galleys (final page proofs) yet, so I doubt if it will be early. You could send them a card saying that their present will be a bit late, but that the wait will be worth it!

I want people to note your blog, o bibliotecário 2.0 (librarian 2.0). It is the first one I've seen in Portuguese. Some of the posts are even in English--translated into Portuguese, of course.

I found out that you are Julio Anjos of Alcochete, Portugal and that you are the Technical Direct/Manager of Lusodoc, Lda in Lisbon, a supplier of bibliographic databases to the scientific community--and a member of SLA.
I hope you will make it to an SLA conference and that we'll get to meet someday.

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