The first show of 2014 included Maurice C., Angela P., Jill H-W, Paul S,, Michael S., Andrea S., Liz O., and Jules S.  The conversation started with MOOCs and ended on BYOD.  The episode can be downloaded here.

The next show will be on February 7 at 2 p.m. ET.

In episode 131, Maurice speaks with Kate K. (@LibrarianKate), Andrea S. (@alsnyder02), and Liz O. (@Lizo18).  Given the holidays, we can only guess how the episode got the name “high maintenance family”.

The episode can be downloaded here.

In 2014, the first T is for Training will be on Jan. 10.  As always, they will occur every two weeks throughout the year, except when the show date conflicts with a conference or a holiday.

Host Note:  This show took place on December 13th and was the last show of 2013.   Thanks for listening all year and to a better 2014!

In episode 130, Maurice and the crew talked harassment/behavior policy at conferences, the Caped Crusader (#SFbatkid), learning, all sorts of other bright shiny objects, and about what libraries ARE and why people don’t know it.

The episode can be downloaded here.

Note that due to the Thanksgiving holiday, the next T is for Training will be on Dec. 13.

 

A truly epic T is for Training 129 happened.   The show You Should Present by Cycling Through Styles is available here for your listening pleasure.  We talked a heck of a lot about presenting information.  

With Maurice Coleman @baldgeekinmd Courtney Young @librarycourtney Andrea Snyder @alsnyder02  Marianne Lenox @mlx Bethe Gutsche @blg3 Diand Huckabay from Central Washington and by chat @jill_hw

Truly. Epic. Show.  

My library people rock my socks.  

T Is for Training 128: I Can’t Remember the Name of the 3rd Sponsor is available here with your guest host (extraordinaire!) Kate Kosturski @librarian_kate ; Andrea Snyder @alsnyder02 and Jason Fleming  @jasonfleming73

Enjoy!

In episode 127, Maurice talks with Andrea Snyder, Kate Kosturski and Jill Hurst-Wahl.  They talked about the New York Library Association Annual Conference (NYLA), memorable conference presentations, public speaker (joys, pains, good and bad), and other stuff (e.g., problems with the Metro North rail line). 

The recording can be downloaded here.

Announced during the recording is that Maurice and Jill are giving a webinar on Oct. 8, 7-8 p.m. ET on “Giving Your First Conference Presentation”.  Details on this free webinar are available here.

In episode 126, Maurice talks with Andrea Snyder, who is now located on Long Island, and Marianne Lenox (in Alabama).  They talked about “suddenly have to happen” training as well as the Affordable Care Act and staff and community impact of same.  The recording can be downloaded here.

 

 

In episode 125, the crew discusses the Digital Divide, iPads, and smartphones (Apple and Android), and other “library stuff.”  The recording can be downloaded here.

In episode 124, we catch up with Jules and Paul, and discuss learning, MOOCs and things every library worker should watch for in the future. The recording can be downloaded here.

We are scheduled to record today the 9th of August live from my home office.   I am having a pretty serious amount of work done in my basement and may be interrupted by folks who need my attention during the broadcast.

http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/24719 is the location of the show if you want to call in, text chat or just listen in and lurk.
The next show after today will take place on September 6th, 2013.  I am taking my summer siesta and there will be no show on the 23rd.

So, hope you can join us today, in four weeks on the 6th or anytime by downloading any of our show.

Have a great day and great end of summer!

Maurice.

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