Library technicians have exciting and dynamic careers working with ever-changing technologies. Information, the lifeblood of business, education and government, comes in many forms. Books, newspapers, magazines, the Internet, film and audio recordings, photographs, professional journals and government documents are just some of the common forms of information used by a library technician.
Library technicians also work with people, offering assistance to library patrons, clients, students, faculty, and school children in the community. As a library technician, you may often be called upon to teach others how to use the library. It is important and satisfying work - connecting people with the information they need.
Libraries are changing rapidly, and library technicians enjoy the exciting challenge of continuously learning new skills to keep pace with changing technologies.