How many academic librarians does it take to change a light bulb?

One archivist to preserve and catalog the old, burnt-out light

One acquisitions librarian to order the new light bulb;

One cataloger to catalog and classify the new light bulb when
received according to AACR2 standards, noting wattage, color,
fluorescent or incandescent, etc.;

One reference librarian to ascertain that the light bulb ordered
is what the patron REALLY wants;

One media services librarian to make sure the bulb meets stated
instructional objectives;

One government publications librarian to check that the bulb meets
federal standards;

One circulation librarian to check out the bulb;

One dean of libraries to oversee the entire process;


One student worker to actually change the light bulb.