Here's a small excerpt from the Library Journal article:
"Will libraries change only when they’re infused by throngs of fresh thinkers who have graduated from progressive LIS programs? Or will LIS programs prepare students to work in evolved libraries only when libraries start making demands though hiring practices? Another way to put this: Who is setting the agenda for the future of libraries? Is this a role for LIS education, or should LIS education be subservient to the demands of hiring ­libraries?"
And here's the article:
Bernie Sloan