Posts Tagged ‘Marie Kennedy’
This is a whopper of a post containing stuff from a number of shows:
The first two discs is the complete and unabridged full Live at Computers In Libraries Shows broken up into two listenable parts. T is for Training Episode 68 (CIL Pt. One) and T is for Training Episode 69 (CIL Part 2) are ready for your enjoyment. Thanks once again to the staff at Information Today who gave us space, technology and time. They even put us in the program. Squee!
Then we did a remote session at the ACRL (Association of College and Research Libraries) conference in Philadelphia on April 1st, 2o11. I had the pleasure of catching Jenica Rodgers for a great interview about training, library administration and management. Have a listen to the ACRL (Episode 70) wrap up Here and The Rogers Interview (Episode 70.5) here.
Finally we did our normal call in show on April 8th, 2011. We next go at 2 pm eastern on April 22nd, 2011. This show (71′s) title is That’s Why She Is The Librarian In Black. (Listen HERE)
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.
The band for Live at Computers In Libraries: Maurice Coleman, @baldgeekinmd Harford County (MD) Public Library, Christa Burns, @cjburns Nebraska Library Commission, Lousie Alcorn, @weez42 West Des Moines Public Library,(Our Newest Usual Suspect!) Angela Paterek, @trainingpassion Rocky River (OH) Public Library, Dana Longley, @disobedientlib SUNY Empire State College, Jill Hurst-Wahl, @jill_hw Syracuse (NY) University, Jennifer Koerber @jenniferkoerber Boston (MA) Public Library, First Timer: Kathy Makens, Durham County (NC) Public Library, Ellen Druda, @dblduchess Half Hollow Hills (NY) Library, First Timer: Ria Groenewald, @elecup University of Pretoria, Michael Sauers, @msauers Nebraska Library Commission, Julie Strange, @strnglibrarian Maryland Ask Us Now (MD), First Timer: Darnice Jasper,@darnlibrarian Anne Arundel (MD) Public Library, First Timer: Robin Duckworth, Congregational Library, Beth Tribe, @mlibrarianus Howard County (MD) Library
The tunes: CIL2011, presenting, e-books, conference value, twitter people to follow and much more.
The band for The ACRL (Association of College and Research Libraries) Show and The Rogers Interview): Maurice Coleman, Harford County (MD) Public Library, Jenica Rogers, @jenica26 Director of Libraries, SUNY Potsdam, and Marie Kennedy, @orgmonkey Loyola Marymount University (CA). These shows were recorded at the Philadelphia Convention Center on April 1st, 2011.
The tunes: lessons and observations at ALA ACRL conference, and a solo “how to help your administrator understand the value of training” interview with Jenica.
The band for the “usual” show (T is for Training 71) recorded April 8th, 2011 : Maurice Coleman, @baldgeekinmd Harford County (MD) Public Library, Angela Paterek, @trainingpassion Rocky River (OH) Public Library, Paul Signorelli, @pailsignorelli Paul Signorelli and Associates (CA), Lori Reed, @lorireed ALA Learning, Mary Pelton, @nightmry Rocky River (OH) Public Library, and Andrea Snyder, @alsnyder02 Enoch Pratt (MD) Free Library and MD State Library Resource Center
The tunes: Consulting and the worth to the organization and what to ask and CIL2011, the reprise.
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And join us on April 22nd , 2011 at 2 pm Eastern Time for the next T is for Training call in taping.
See you then!
Two weeks ago tonight, I was eating dinner following a great 2.5 hour epic taping of this show at the Computers In Libraries Conference.
I thought that I would have some time in the two weeks after the conference to edit this epic show. Alas, work, ACRL and some little grand people in my life put this editing project on the back burner.
Tonight, I am working on editing down the 2.5 hours to manageable and listenable pieces.
I also have a great interview with Jenica Rodgers (@jenica26) Director of the Libraries of SUNY Potsdam and a round table with Jenica and Marie Kennedy, Serials & Electronic Resources Librarian at Loyola Marymount University (@orgmonkey) in the can from the ACRL conference I attended on Friday.
The conversation with Jenica will help some folks who may feel stymied by their upper management, as we talk about the role of upper management and how to get them to support your work as a trainer or staff development specialist.
I promise you they are all worth the wait. So..back to amplifying, compressing, equalizing, editing and all that jazz with the recording.
And we go live again Friday at 2 pm eastern time on the talkshoe.