Author(s): Obinyan Oluwatoyin Oyeyemi
The rate of digital development and evolution of technologies have brought about tremendous changes in communication and information seeking pattern. As a result of this, the need for librarians to create a digital footprint becomes imperative. The prospects and steps of creating digital footprint were discussed in this paper with the overriding interest of producing librarians that are resilient in terms of being able to cope with innovative and destructive technologies while catering for the needs of library users and non-users alike needing information and allied services.
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