Reviews

“Deb and David deliver a perspective informed by experience and wrapped in wit, wisdom, and practical advice.” – Stephen Abram, Librarian and Consultant, Lighthouse Partners and Dysart & Jones

“Deb Hunt and David Grossman have contributed a very important work to the whole field of career management for all professional knowledge workers.” – Guy St. Clair, President, SMR International and Knowledge Strategy Specialist, Columbia University

“A must read for those who want to be more employable whether as librarians or in outside jobs.” – Naomi House, Editor, Publisher and Founder, INALJ.com (I Need a Library Job blog)

“Information professionals of all levels of experience will benefit from reading The Librarian’s Skillbook.” – Rachel Bates Wilfahrt, 2013 President, SLA Rocky Mountain Chapter

“This should be a required text in any Library Science program and for seasoned professionals interested in greater job security or a change in pace.” – Chris Vestal, Government Consultant, LexisNexis

“This will be a book you return to again and again to add valuable skills to your professional toolkit.” – Tom Nielsen, Member Services Manager, Metropolitan New York Library Council

“…the book should be a required text in most (if not all) Intro to LIS courses during that first year when core courses are taken.” – Michael Gelman, Principal, Gelman2 Information Services

“A great contribution to the profession.” – Roger Summit, Chairman Emeritus, Dialog Information Services

“…it is a great tool to refer to when you are trying to make a concrete list of what areas you could improve in. As I read it I made notes on where I wanted to focus my skill-building this year, and already I have watched a few webinars & read a few articles on skills I wasn’t as familiar with as I now desire to be.” – Lynn Olson, Public Services Librarian, Export-Import Bank of the United States