Twittering while Rome burns? Relational librarianship in a high tech world Denise Nelson and Frank Quinn Association of Christian Librarians, Annual Conference June 10, 2009 available at http://www.slideshare.net/quinnjf/acl2009
The case for relational librarianship
Three essential functions…
. ...and two indispensible tools
Technology Technological Divide
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