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I've been active in the library field for a very long time, including a stint as president of LITA, the Library and Information Technology Association.
 
I've been active in the library field for a very long time, including a stint as president of LITA, the Library and Information Technology Association.
  
After a lot of years at RLG (ending at OCLC's RLG Service Center), I'm now Director and Managing Editor for the [http://pln.palinet.org PALINET Leadership Network], a free network for all those who are or eventually expect to be library leaders, however you define leadership.
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After a lot of years at RLG (ending at OCLC's RLG Service Center), I'm now Editorial Director for the [http://lln.lyrasis.org Library Leadership Network], a free network for all those who are or eventually expect to be library leaders, however you define leadership.
  
 
I write and publish [http://citesandinsights.info/ ''Cites & Insights''], an ejournal on the intersections of libraries, policy, media and technology, and also have a [http://walt.lishost.org blog, Walt at Random.]
 
I write and publish [http://citesandinsights.info/ ''Cites & Insights''], an ejournal on the intersections of libraries, policy, media and technology, and also have a [http://walt.lishost.org blog, Walt at Random.]
  
 
[http://waltcrawford.name My personal website] has way too much additional information.
 
[http://waltcrawford.name My personal website] has way too much additional information.

Latest revision as of 22:36, 11 January 2010

Behind the mysterious username (I was never good at cute pseudonyms or screen names), I'm Walt Crawford.

I've been active in the library field for a very long time, including a stint as president of LITA, the Library and Information Technology Association.

After a lot of years at RLG (ending at OCLC's RLG Service Center), I'm now Editorial Director for the Library Leadership Network, a free network for all those who are or eventually expect to be library leaders, however you define leadership.

I write and publish Cites & Insights, an ejournal on the intersections of libraries, policy, media and technology, and also have a blog, Walt at Random.

My personal website has way too much additional information.

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