I am pleased to present an interview with author, MLIS Professor, presenter and editor of the Tech Set seriesEllyssa Kroski.

Additional material from the series is available at http://techset.wetpaint.com

The show is available here at Talkshoe  for download and your listening pleasure.

Her bio:

Ellyssa Kroski is an Information Services Technologist at Barnard College as well as a writer, educator, and international conference speaker. She is an adjunct faculty member at Long Island University, Pratt Institute, and San Jose State University where she teaches LIS students about emerging technologies. Her book Web 2.0 for Librarians and Information Professionals was published in February 2008 and she is the creator and Series Editor for the upcoming The Tech Set 10-volume book series. She blogs at iLibrarian and writes a column called Stacking the Tech for Library Journal’s Academic Newswire.

Contact her at ellyssakroski at yahoo.com ( She would like feedback about The Tech Set.)

Thanks Ellyssa for a great interview.

The next regular scheduled show will happen this Friday, April 23rd at 2 pm eastern time.


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