Notice I’m not mentioning TASK related abilities: Demonstrated experience working with an integrated library system (Innovative Millennium preferred) Experience with standard cataloging software/computer applications, and bibliographic utilities such as OCLC, as well as, troubleshooting electronic access and subscription related problems Working knowledge of link resolver technology and relational databases Knowledge of serials management, scholarly publishing, and electronic licensing in addition to copyright/licensing issues Understanding of COUNTER compliant usage statistics and open access/open source related issues Familiarity with EZProxy, digital library tools, and standards (XML, HTML, OpenURL, DOI, RSS, Library 2.0, etc.) and proficiency with MS Office Suite and Macromedia
suggest solutions when you present the problems.
Malcolm S Forbes: Executives who get there and stay suggest solutions when they present the problems.
ELISABETH LEONARD, MSLS, MBA ASSOCIATE DEAN OF LIBRARY SERVICES WESTERN CAROLINA UNIVERSITY Becoming a leader in the eyes of your manager
No man will make a great leader who wants to do it all himself, or to get all the credit for doing it. Andrew Carnegie
TELL ME WHO YOU ARE ....and make your job what you need it to be. I’ll help. That’s the difference between leadership and management. I don't think anybody yet has invented a pastime that's as much fun, or keeps you as young, as a good job. Frederick Hudson Ecker