We are 21st century librarians. We are practitioners of effective knowledge management, collaboration, the art of librarianship and the intelligent stewardship of cultural heritage resources and digital intellectual works.
Jesse A LamBERTSON, MA, MLIS
Jesse Lambertson applies a philosophical and deeply practical approach to information and its formats. He has dedicated his time to the technical aspects of librarianship, serving in this capacity at two prestigious universities and building and cataloging a special collection from scratch for the cultural wing of an embassy in Washington, D.C.. He is an incredibly proactive and intelligent individual, and a voracious reader. Follow his blog Phantom Landscapes to learn more about what this life-long learner is learning.
He earned a BA in History from North Carolina State University, a Master’s in English from the University of North Carolina, and a Master’s in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
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Reach out by writing to Jesse (at) Meta21st (dotcom).
Valerie J MILLER, MLIS
Valerie Miller has helped well-known media companies and other information providers avoid swamping their online audiences with an overload of disorganized content. She provides guidance on leveraging structured metadata, creates customized taxonomies, audits content management procedures and trains on effective use of Content Management Systems (CMS). Valerie is solutions oriented and feeds her decision making processes with research. She has consciously cut back on her addiction to books, enjoying only a select few from month to month.
She earned a Bachelor’s in Philosophy, from Boston University and a Master’s in Library and Information Science with a specialization in Data Curation from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
Read more about Valerie at LinkedIn.
Reach out by writing to Valerie (at) Meta21st (dotcom).