There is great difference of opinion about this, particularly among some public library CEOs. Certainly there are recent examples of great library leaders without the MLIS and more than a few unmitigated disasters who held the credential. Rather than tackle this issue (although I do not see professional librarianship inherently antithetical to appropriate business and […]
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