Library Journal - Movers & Shakers
For the past ten years, the Library Journal has recognized professionals in the field of library and information science for their work, dedication, and innovative ideas. SLIS graduates are among these leaders (see list below.) Think about nominating a colleague for this honor.
|Deb Noggle (MLS’05)||2011 Mover & Shaker|
|John Watts (MLS’09)||2011 Mover & Shaker|
|Jamie Markus (MLS"05)||2009 Mover & Shaker|
|Kristi Palmer (MLS’03)||2009 Mover & Shaker|
|Michael Porter (MLS’99)||2009 Mover & Shaker|
|Marshall Shore (MLS’92)||2008 Mover & Shaker|
|Michelle Dalmau (MIS/MLS’04)||2007 Mover & Shaker|
|Eileen Simmons (MLS’84)||2007 Mover & Shaker|
|Catherine Vanstone (MLS’05)||2007 Mover & Shaker|
|Matt Gullet (MIS’94)||2006 Mover &Shaker|
|Susan Gibbons (MLS’95)||2005 Mover & Shaker|
|Michael Stephens (MLS’95)||2005 Mover & Shaker|
|Jeff Trzeciak (MLS’91)||2004 Mover & Shaker|
|Connie Mitchell (MLS’92)||2003 Mover & Shaker|
|Ann Snoeyenbos (MLS’91)||2002 Mover & Shaker|
On the 2011 Movers & Shakers announcement page, Francine Fialkoff, Editor-in-Chief, Library Journal wrote:
- “For ten years now, LJ’s Movers & Shakers has been spotlighting librarians and others in the library field who are doing extraordinary work to serve their users and to move libraries of all types and library services forward. They hail from all corners of the library world and several nations. Nominated by their colleagues, friends, bosses, and just plain admirers, they are just the tip of the iceberg. We know there are many more Movers out there, making libraries better and taking them into the future. This year’s group of 50 brings the Movers cohort to just over 500. We’re proud to recognize their achievements—and to encourage you to be inspired by their vision and optimism and turn their ideas into fodder for your own innovative work."
- Movers on the Map: 2002-2011
This map highlights the 500 selected Library Journal - Movers and Shakers.
Posted July 07, 2011