Posts Tagged ‘Library Society of the World’

Tomorrow (Friday) we will be taping Episode 50! (Really, 50!) of the library training podcast T is for Training.  We will be taping at 2 pm eastern time Friday July 2nd!

Odds are we will talk about ALA and some of our best conference do’s and don’ts.

T is for Training is supported by you the audience and our usual supporters LISHost, the library friendly hosting service ,the Library Society of the World and the ALA Learning Round Table, LearnRT, of the American Library Association (ALA).

Where and How? : The show’s address is here: http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/24719 You can listen live by clicking on the show’s page. You can call in, listen to the stream, or come by and chat.

It is up to you, but please do come. If you want to participate with your voice on the call, you should probably join Talkshoe before the show. You can catch up with all of the episodes you may have missed by going to the Talkshoe either via the sidebar widget or via the web.

Keep up with us via: Our blog, Podcast Feed, ITunes Home, Friendfeed, LinkedIn, FaceBook, Google Group, or Twitter.

Go to the delicious page : http://delicious.com/tag/tisfortraining to see relevant links. Or Use Diigo and join the T is for Training Group there.

See you at 2 pm!

Today we will be taping Episode 48 (OMG) of the library training podcast T is for Training.  We will be taping at 2 pm eastern time today, Friday June 18th!

Announcements:

1) Mark you calendar for the LIVE T is for Training at ALA to be taped at 4 pm Monday at the “Network Uncommons” space near the exhibit hall.   I (@confbaldgeek) will tweet the room location during ALA next weekend so you all can come on down and talk about the conference before Battledecks!

2) you can now call or text the show anytime using our new Google Voice number -  504-233-0361

Probable subjects for the show:

Next Week’s ALA:

If you are coming, what you hope to get out of it.  Some pre-conference highlights.   Battledecks preview.

If you are not going what you hope to get out of it and how you will keep up with the conference.

Typical Library Trainer job functions: What are some typical duties for a library trainer?  Staff development specialist?  are they the same?

T is for Training is supported by you the audience and our usual supporters LISHost, the library friendly hosting service ,the Library Society of the World and the ALA Learning Round Table, LearnRT, of the American Library Association (ALA).

Where and How? : The show’s address is here: http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/24719 You can listen live by clicking on the show’s page. You can call in, listen to the stream, or come by and chat.

It is up to you, but please do come. If you want to participate with your voice on the call, you should probably join Talkshoe before the show. You can catch up with all of the episodes you may have missed by going to the Talkshoe either via the sidebar widget or via the web.

Keep up with us via: Our blog, Podcast Feed, ITunes Home, Friendfeed, LinkedIn, FaceBook, Google Group, or Twitter.

Go to the delicious page : http://delicious.com/tag/tisfortraining to see relevant links. Or Use Diigo and join the T is for Training Group there.

See you at 2 pm!

Due to life, work and an impending 25th High School Reunion (eek!), there will be no T is for Training this week at 2 pm.

Our next show will happen June 18th at 2pm back on our usual schedule.   We will also tape a show at ALA in Washington with date and location TBA!

You can now call or text the show at 504-233-0361 or as usual contact the show via email at baldgeekinmd at gmail dot com.

Take this time to catch up with all of our great past episodes, The MidWinter Interview Series, The CIL Live Two Part Showalapollza and the interview with Ellyssa Kroski, the editor of the Tech Set series of books.

T is for Training is supported by you the audience and our usual supporters LISHost, the library friendly hosting service ,the Library Society of the World and the ALA Learning Round Table, LearnRT, of the American Library Association (ALA).

Remember to mark your calendars for the next show on Friday June 18th at 2pm Eastern Time.  See you then!

T is for Training is proud to announce several 2010 Movers and Shakers who participate (or are good friends) with the podcast.

They are:

Maurice Coleman (your producer)
Jason Puckett
Alison Miller
Andy Woodworth
Matt Hamilton
Steve Lawson and Josh Neff

And congrats to the 50 2010 Movers and Shakers.  You are all full of awesome!

The second  episode of 2010 aka T is for Training 38 is in the can and is called “ It’s another IThing: The IFad!

Download the episode HERE.

Today’s guests:

Maurice Coleman Harford County (MD) Public Library
Angela Paterek, Rocky River (OH) Public Library
Stephanie Zimmerman
Library System of Lancaster County (PA)
Paul Signorelli, Paul Signorelli and Associates (CA)
Marianne Lenox, Huntsville Madison County (AL) Public Library
Beth Tribe
, Howard County (MD) Public Library
Lori Reed, ALA Learning
Julie Strange
, Maryland Ask Us Now (MD)
Nancy Dowd
, New Jersey State Library (Welcome FIRST TIMER!)

The opinions expressed by call participants are those of the participants and not necessarily those of any institution or group they represent or are associated with. And thanks to those who participated by chat. We would love to hear your voice next time.

We talked about:

Apple’s Newest Toy
Obsolete Learning Technologies
Ten ways to waste your training dollars.
How to join the ALA Learning Roundtable Board of Directors.

T is for Training is supported by you the audience and our usual supporters LISHost, the library friendly hosting service ,the Library Society of the World and the ALA Learning Round Table, LearnRT, of the American Library Association (ALA).

Keep on Your Radar: the Technology Essentials Conference in February; Computers In Libraries in April; and Project Compass.

Follow us on Our blog, Podcast Feed, ITunes Home, Friendfeed, our still new Google Group, (pretty please join the google group!) LinkedIn, FaceBook, Twitter, a brand new Flickr group, Diigo Group and our Twitter Twibe.

Go to the delicious page : http://delicious.com/tag/tisfortraining to see relevant links. Or Use Diigo and join the T is for Training Group there.

And join us on January 29th at 2 pm Eastern Time for the next T is for Training.

On Tuesday August 4th, the Louisville Free Public Library’s Main Building was at the epicenter of a major flood in downtown Lousiville.

A picture of LPFL from the Courrer-Journal
A picture of LFPL from the Courier-Journal

I mean 3 feet of water in the basement in an hour major flooding.

Original estimates of the damage were in the around $1 million dollar range. Turns out that the damage is a bit more severe (recovery photo essay.)

As in over $5 million dollar range.

The Louisville Free Public Library’s director did an interview with Library Journal about the aftermath.  The article features some incredible pictures of some of the loss.

So….

Here is The Call To Action:

LFPL needs help and Steve Lawson aka le carping nerdboy has set up a way to help in the name of the Library Society of the World.  Very 21st century via PayPal. Take about 20 seconds and send something to LFPL.

If you are more of the paper/stamp/Supporting the US Postal Service type you can help by sending money to:

Library Society of the World Clubhouse, PO Box 7893, Colorado Springs CO 80933. Make the check payable to Steve Lawson.

If you’d rather donate to the LFPL Library Foundation directly instead of using Steve as a middle man, please do:

The Library Foundation
Attn: Flood
301 York St.
Louisville, KY 40203
(502) 574-1709

Thank you in advance for thinking of the good people of Lousiville.

This story was first broken in my corner of librarysocialnetworktrainingtechnology world by Louisville’s IT manager Greg Schwartz via his twitter and friendfeed updates.  Greg ( A stand up guy and host of the late podcast Uncontrolled Vocabulary) reassured everyone that they were no injuries but the damage was pretty severe.  In the photo essay you will can pictures of Greg watching the removal of the library’s network infrastructure damaged by the sudden flood.





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