T is for Training 36.4 – Interview with Cliff Landis, Valdosta State (GA) Univ.

This interview with Cliff Landis, Technology Librarian (and futurist)  at Valdosta State (GA) University is the fourth in a series of interviews being conducted during the “2009-2010 winter break” for T is for Training.

Download the interview here:Cliff Landis T is for Training Interview.

Or go to the T is for Training Show page and have a listen to another great interview.

His bio:

Cliff Landis is Technology Librarian at Valdosta State University‘s Odum Library in Valdosta, Georgia.  Cliff is a researcher, author and speaker on the role of emerging technologies in libraries, social network sites, user-centered service, assessment, and the co-evolution of humanity and technology.  Cliff has a diverse range of interests both within and outside of the library field, which help inform his unique perspective on the future of libraries.

We talked about life/work balance, user centered services, evaluation, social networking, augmented reality and informational junk food.

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.

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Author: (almost) Bald Trainer

A trainer in Maryland

4 thoughts on “T is for Training 36.4 – Interview with Cliff Landis, Valdosta State (GA) Univ.”

  1. This was AWESOME! Maurice was fantastic – he was so funny – knew what questions to ask – Cliff’s answers were great – but he should write a book about his life or his Dad’s stories “from the old days”. He’d have folks rolling on the floor!

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