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Vote for Your Favorite ‘New Librarianship’ Pinterest Board!

The contest is now over.  Congratulations to our winners, Brooklyn Biblio, Jessica Short and Rick Thomchick.  And thank you to everyone who participated, you’ve all contributed to our definition of The New Librarianship!

Our ‘New Librarianship’ contest has generated so much excitement and interest!  We were very impressed with the work that our contestants put into their boards and the varying ways you have defined what it means to be a New Librarian.  While it has been a tough chore to decide ‘the best of the best’, we have come up with our Elite 8 boards, as shown below.

Now it’s your turn to vote! Check out all the boards and then vote for the one you believe best represents the future of librarianship.  The three boards receiving the most votes will all receive a copy of Professor Dave Lankes’ book The Atlas of New Librarianship.

Voting will be open until this Friday at 5pm EDT (March 30) and winners will be announced 9am Monday (April 2) at 9am EDT.  Good luck to everyone!

The Future of Librarianship by Amanda Gorrell

The New Librarian by Rick Thomchick

Future of Librarianship by Brooklyn Biblio
Future of Librarianship by Brooklyn Biblio

FuTurE of liBraRianShiP by Jessica Short

Future of Librarianship by Bella Wenum

Future of Librarianship by Lisa Matthews

Age of Librarius by Erin Prentiss

The Future of Librarianship by Kaylin Boehme

Kelly Lux

Kelly is the former Executive Editor of Information Space. Kelly currently teaches courses on Social Media, Online Community Management, and Content Strategy and Application, and she is currently the Assistant Director of the Communications@Syracuse program.

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