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What is Innovative Skills

Managing and Adapting Library Information Services for Future Users
They are the new skills that are introduced into a profession.
Published in Chapter:
Innovative Thinking Skills for 21st Century Librarians
Afusat Olaroju Ogunjimi (Oyo State Library Board, Ibadan, Nigeria)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-1116-9.ch011
Abstract
Librarians in the 21st centuries need knowledge of innovative thinking to able to be relevant in their profession. Can they compete, survive, and thrive successfully in the midst of 21st century technological advances? All over the world, libraries are facing challenges. Already, there are reports of closures of public libraries. Many libraries are becoming underutilized while quite a number have to deal with stagnant or dwindling budgets. In order to adequately formulate workable solutions to these challenges, librarians need to consider new perspectives of offering services to their user communities. Also, libraries as living agencies are not to be stagnant but change and grow with the trends and their user communities. Innovations need to be introduced in the design and service delivery of libraries.
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