codex.jpgAustralian librarian Philip Harvey, President of the Australian and New Zealand Theological Library Association, penned an article with the above name for Eureka Street. In the article he says:

Actually, libraries have a large measure of responsibility for the Information Revolution. Libraries must be super-sensitive to any form of information production and retrieval: it’s their job. In the early ’80s, when I was at library school, there were students who already resented being called librarians or library managers — we were Information Managers. Some heroic individuals had these words painted on their office doors when they went into the workplace. When you remind librarians that their title comes from the Latin root for book, they are much too busy figuring out how the translation button works on a research site to worry about a dead language



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