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Moving and Shaking

The LJ list of movers and shakers in our profession is an annual event now. It highlights innovation and passion and serves to shine a congratulatory spotlight on those whose efforts are never celebrated enough.
Who do you know that meets the criteria? Nominate them. It’s important that we find, promote and celebrate those of our kind who are creating the future by building the paths and bridges.
You can use the online form here [warning: print out a copy before you submit, in case your submission fails and everything you wrote vanishes]. Or, if you prefer, print out the PDF
and return it to Ann Kim at LJ, 360 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10010, or fax to 1-646-746-6734.
Now don’t you forget now! (You always meant to nominate that person. This is the year to do it.)

Posted on: October 3, 2006, 2:08 pm Category: Uncategorized

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  1. Mark Andrews said

    I’m more interested in the movers and shakers orthogonal to the library establishment, and outside libraries altogether. Finding librarians that borrow from innovations, and imitate innovators, from other industries is useful enough. Discovering who borrows innovations from libraries would be even more interesting – is there anything we do at all worth imitating? Let me ask this another way: who, among library leadership, has been recruited to lead a Fortune 1,000 company? And if not, why not?