Category: podcasts

Uncontrolled Vocabulary #32 – on the call!

After two weeks of various technical difficulties, I was finally able to join in on a session of Uncontrolled Vocabulary, a “weekly live interactive roundtable discussion of all things library”. Hosted by Greg Schwartz, Library Systems Manager for the Louisville Free Public Library, it is held most Wednesday nights at 10pm, US Eastern time, which …

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Princeton Public Library 2 – Study Tour 2007

After a beautiful lunch of soup and salad, it was back to talking with Janie Hermann, one of the Library Garden bloggers, who is also presenting at CIL 2007. Princeton Library runs a Databytes program, where twice a month, a librarian gives a session on a technology topic. That day, Romina – who coordinated my …

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Learning 2.0 – a final review

Instead of typing up more pages, here is an audio of my thoughts on the Learning 2.0 program. It goes for about 1 1/2 minutes. As I did it in only take, I hope you will please excuse my pauses and the few ums that are in there. It also somehow got cut off at …

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Learning 2.0 – Week 9 – Podcasts, Video & Downloadable audio

Wow, final week of Learning 2.0. Taken me a bit more than 9 weeks, but I’ve been a bit distracted with other things. Having finally completed it makes me all the more enthusiastic about starting it at my library, but only after we have our new ILMS bedded down – so probably later this year. …

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