Monday, July 25, 2011

Episode 8: RIP Session (Reputation, Identity and Privacy)

Wherein the regular crew of Carleen, Dana and Mark discuss issues of online reputation, identity & privacy and if and how we can tackle these issues in one-shot sessions. We also meander off in the second half to discussions of Google Plus, discovery layer search tools, and the lack of social components in library databases and tools.

Download Episode 8 (mp3: 64.11 min)

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Podcast Notes:

Music attribution: Dancing On My Bed (The Pleasure Kills) / CC BY-NC-ND 3.0

Friday, July 8, 2011

Episode 7: SUNYLA Annual Conference Confab

Better late than never! I apologize, especially to the participants about the lateness of getting this podcast up. It was recorded in June, but took me into July to post it.

A small group of instruction librarians gathered one evening during the recent  SUNYLA Annual Conference (several weeks ago) in SUNY Plattsburgh to discuss any and all things conference-y or instruction-y. I started the recording in mid-discussion, so please forgive the confusing start. A more formal introduction is buried a couple minutes into the recording.

Download Episode 7 (mp3: 69.00 min)

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Podcast Notes:
Additional podcast participants:
  • Mike Daly, FMCC
  • Darcy Gervasio, Purchase
  • Barbara Kobritz, TC3
  • Dunstan McNutt, Delhi
  • Jim Nichols, Oswego
  • Scott Richmond, Fredonia 

      Music attribution: Dancing On My Bed (The Pleasure Kills) / CC BY-NC-ND 3.0