Best Librarians podcasts we could find (Updated December 2017)
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Cyberpunk Librarian
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Join Daniel Messer, the Cyberpunk Librarian, as he talks about ideas, trends, and cool stuff for technologically minded librarians who are high tech and low budget! Occasionally, we'll dive into the art, literature, and media of cyberpunk.
 
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Librarians Assemble!
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Librarians Assemble! is a podcast about libraries and comics. More specifically it's about librarians who are passionate about comics, and how they use that passion in their field.
 
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The Librarian Is In
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The New York Public Library’s podcast about books, culture, and what to read next.
 
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Rock N Roll Librarian
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We get literary at the Rock N Roll Archaeology Project with the Rock N Roll Librarian! Once a month, in between the main show episodes we will be diving into a Rock N Roll book with our own real librarian who rocks - Shelley Sorenson. Shelley has been a librarian for 33 years at he SF public library, a music fan longer and a singer/guitarist and will provide some great insight as she co-hosts each episode with the host of The Rock N Roll Archaeology Project, Christian Swain.
 
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The Sexy Librarian's Erotica Blog-Cast with Rose Caraway
 
The Sexy Librarian's Erotica Blog-Cast, sister podcast to Rose Caraway's "The Kiss Me Quick's Erotica podcast", is a multi-topic, fun, casual discussion primarily centering around writing and producing erotica. Rose will introduce you to some of the hottest authors in erotica today. (Disclaimer- Although this podcast can touch on subjects of sexuality, this is not a sex-education podcast) Find Rose Caraway's Sexy Librarian Blog page at thekissmequcks.com
 
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Librarians Aloud
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'Librarians Aloud' is an independent podcast by librarians for library & information professionals or anyone interested in what it is information professionals do. Each episode features a guest from the information profession telling their origin story, sharing insight into their career path and discussing the future of information and knowledge sharing and discovery. The show is produced and presented by Laura Rooney Ferris and is presented by the Academic & Special Libraries Section (A&SL) ...
 
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The Librarians After Show
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The Worldwide Leader in TV Discussion
 
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Intragalactic Librarian
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Tales of high adventure in deep space starring Skylar and Jessica! It's pulp sci-fi with a librarian twist. It's Intragalactic Librarian!
 
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Teacher Librarians
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A podcast for school library media specialists, teacher-librarians and anyone else interested in books and technology, particularly in the K-12 setting.
 
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Two Librarians & A Microphone
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Join Ingram's Collection Development Team as they explore trending topics, discuss industry news, and share their expertise on how to build the perfect collections for your community. Join us for our second season where we discuss how librarians can become a community hub of support for their adult patrons by integrating resources on trending and current events into their collections, providing innovative programming that resonates with patrons, and positively affect their communities during ...
 
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Librarians with Lives podcast
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Podcast by Jo Wood
 
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Better Library Leaders-- Library Leadership Skills for School, Public, Academic, and Special Librarians
 
Better Library Leaders is a podcast devoted to exploring the elements of great libraries, and great library leaders! If you're an academic, public, school, or special librarian looking to improve your leadership skills, this is the show for you!
 
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Creative Libraries Utah--Evil Librarians
 
A podcast focusing on everyday librarians and their libraries.
 
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Saturday Night Librarians
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Podcast by Saturday Night Librarians
 
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Law Librarian Conversations
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Richard Leiter and co-hosts Roger Skalbeck, Elizabeth Farrell Clifford and Mandy Lee explore all issues of concern to law libraries, law librarians, legal bibliography and the profession.
 
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The Librarians
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Sir Robert Franklin, renowned thespian, takes a funny and acerbic peek behind the scenes of the hit comedy, The Librarians, as only as he can. Litigiously.
 
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Circulating Ideas
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the librarian interview podcast
 
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The Librarians AfterBuzz TV AfterShow
 
AFTERBUZZ TV is a network, founded by Maria Menounos and Keven Undergaro, designated to producing “aftershow” webcast and podcast content for TV series, movies, and events of all kinds. When fans finish watching their favorite programs (shows or movies), they can go online to watch or listen to an aftershow that features hosts, in a state of the art, multi-camera HD studio, breaking down everything they viewed, taking calls from fans worldwide and interviewing guests such as cast members, ce ...
 
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Librarians Assemble!
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Librarians Assemble! is a podcast about libraries and comics. More specifically it's about librarians who are passionate about comics, and how they use that passion in their field.
 
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Fiddling Librarian podcast
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Two Librarians & A Microphone
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Join Ingram's Collection Development Team as they explore trending topics, discuss industry news, and share their expertise on how to build the perfect collections for your community.Join us for our second season where we discuss how librarians can become a community hub of support for their adult patrons by integrating resources on trending and current events into their collections, providing innovative programming that resonates with patrons, and positively affect their communities during ...
 
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Life of a Catholic Librarian
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Faith, books, and everything in-between...
 
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Librarian’s Shelf – Binwalla Radio – Entertainment and Sport News, Podcasts and Videos
 
Covering Books and Comics and everything print or digital
 
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Podcasts – EarlyWord: The Publisher | Librarian Connection
 
The Publisher | Librarian Connection
 
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Adventures in Library Instruction podcast
 
A monthly podcast by and for library information literacy instructors. The show includes features, interviews and discussion about teaching in libraries.
 
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Lost in the Stacks: the Research Library Rock'n'Roll Radio Show
 
The original research-library rock'n'roll radio show! Broadcasting on WREK Atlanta, each show features an hour of music, interviews, and library talk united by a common theme.
 
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Book Club for Masochists
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Becoming better library staff by reading books we hate! Every month we read books from a new, randomly picked genre; then on the podcast we discuss our reading choices, experiences, opinions, appeal factors, and other related topics as friends and library workers.
 
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Uncontrolled Vocabulary
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Just another WordPress.com site
 
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Open paren
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Open paren is a podcast about libraries, librarians, and code. It's for newbies, architects, and everyone in between; it's about projects, tools, services, ethics, and people. The open paren starts a code block in many languages. Let's start something.
 
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Strange Country
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Welcome to Strange Country, a podcast devoted to bizarre, surreal and extraordinary stories that make America the weird place it is. Co-hosts Kelly and Beth are former newspaper reporters turned school librarians who have always had a soft spot for a good story--the stranger the better. Discover the first woman to survive a barrel ride over Niagara Falls and the man who invented “complex marriage” in one of the most successful utopian experiments. Things get weird pretty quickly around here.
 
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podcast – Bellwether Friends
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Just a couple of podcasting librarians, talking mostly about pop culture.
 
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Withdrawn
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Steve & Dolly make libraries less boring.
 
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LexisNexis® Government Info Pro Podcast
 
The LexisNexis® Government Info Pro Podcast is dedicated to the needs and interests of government information professionals.
 
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Kiss Me Quick's Erotica: Sexy Stories with Rose Caraway
 
The Sexy Librarian presents an adventurous show that will simultaneously provoke the mind and arouse the senses. Experience erotica with a range of emotions as Rose Caraway regales you with astonishing tales that will delight, thrill, and at times horrify. This show is intended for mature audiences only.
 
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Bibliocast » podcast
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Some Librarians, Some Thoughts
 
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The Program Room
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This is the podcast for librarians who plan programming, primarily with children. This season we are focusing on the CSLP 2009 summer reading theme, "Be Creative @ Your Library." We'll be talking about music, theater, visual art, dance, and more. Interviews, songs, and other resources you find here will help you help kids get creative this summer!
 
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Now a Major Motion Picture
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A librarian and a person of questionable film expertise discuss books and their movie adaptations.
 
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Bibliotech - MP3 Edition
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Libraries have always been the backbone of any information society. Bibliotech is an audio podcast that discusses all things digital technology at our libraries. Hosted by Kayhan B., Erin Anderson and Doug Mirams (with occasional guests).
 
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Abilene Public Library's Podcast
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Follow your Abilene Public Library (Abilene, TX) as librarians Tremain Jackson & Alyssa Crow present a weekly show where we provide our own look at what's happening in the world of libraries and adding our unique humorous spin. After all, librarians shouldn't have a rap for being boring...right?
 
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Review – Just One More Book!!
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A feed of the reviews and listener submitted reviews of the Just One More Book!! children's book podcast.
 
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The Library Pros
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The Library Pros - A Librarian and a Library Information Technologist discussing libraries, technology and anything else that makes us smile!
 
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Tarkin's Top Shelf
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A Star Wars literary podcast that strives to deliver an educational and yet, entertaining analysis and outlook, pertaining to the new canonical novels/YA books from the galaxy far, far away. In other words, Becca and Mark are your guardians to the Whills and your librarians to the long-lost Jedi Archives.
 
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Library Geeks
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Dan Chudnov invites librarians, geeks, and library geeks to geek out about libraries.
 
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Book Club for Kids
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The place where young readers meet to talk about books. The show includes a celebrity reader and an interview with the author. The host is award winning public radio journalist Kitty Felde. Book Club won the Literacy in Media Award.
 
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Authority File
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A podcast for academic librarians from Choice.
 
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Well-Read
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As librarians, books are kind of our thing. Listen in as we talk about what we're reading, make book recommendations, and all sorts of book-related fun.
 
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This Week in Libraries
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This Week in Libraries
 
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Is It Teen Enough For You Now
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Podcast by Librarians: Nathan, Lindsey, Amanda, Molly, Kim, & Nate
 
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BiblioTech | University Affairs
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Every month, host Rochelle Mazar, an emerging technologies librarian at the University of Toronto Mississauga, talks about what's new in technology and what academics should be paying attention to. It's hard to keep up all of the new software, tools and gadgets. That's where Rochelle comes in.
 
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Same Team Y'all!
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Love. Libraries. Life Lessons. Two librarians promoting peace and positivity.
 
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The latest stories from www.wnyc.org
 
Cristina Henriquez’s short stories have appeared in The New Yorker, but she’s best known for her novel “The Book of Unknown Americans.” A native of Delaware with family roots in Panama, Henriquez reserves a special place in her heart for the Hinsdale Public Library, just outside of Chicago. It was a haven for the young writer, when the libraria ...…
 
We take you for a ride on our spaceship to the far corners of the galaxy today! Asteroids & meteors, Storm Troopers & Star Trekkers! All are welcome on the USS Ogre! Bring on the topics! 0:03:10: Rich Snippets 0:06:07: The Librarians, Season 4 0:19:24: Giant Prehistoric Penguins 0:25:32: Quentin Tarantino Rated R Star Trek Film 0:28:59: Geminid ...…
 
Within Episode 23 of the METC Podcast, I sit down with Kelly Oliva. Kelly is a High School Librarian/media specialist. She also is a 2018 METC Spotlight Educator! She talks to us about being curious! Kelly has read over 80 books this year! She shares the different resources she uses to get to that large number each year. She also shares a few o ...…
 
Summers in Cuba (4:08)Childhood memories can be so vivid – a visit to grandma’s house, fishing with a cousin during summer vacation, maybe you actually roasted chestnuts on an open fire! These experiences stay lodged in our minds our whole lives. Poet Margarita Engle knows this as well as anybody. She’s written a delightful picture book about h ...…
 
Upstate New York: Leatherstocking Region Show contains original skits, observations, music, and even recipes Producer, Host, and Head Writer: Bree Harvey Actors: Bree Harvey, Kate Murray, Judy McMahon, Charles Berman, John Carey, and John Montgomery. Special Guest Voices: Bonnie DeForest, David Adams and Joe Bardales Special Musical Guest: Show ...…
 
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Emre Kavukcuoglu Podcast
 
Techno hits including some progressive house vibes...Ayam (Red Axes Remix) - Acid PauliNinex 7 - MaetrikYour Love Picks me Up (Marco Faraone Remix) - Nicole MoudaberStardust - Rob Hes&KaiserdiscoDer Raum - Ramiro LopezDrone Sector - Christian Smith&Victor RuizQuantic - Fabio FloridoControl - TiefschwarzSerenade - EinmusikLibrarians - Marcelo Pa ...…
 
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KBIA-FM: views-of-the-news.php : NPR
 
Regional stories from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Central Food Bank to Change Operation Hours in January UM Administrative Review Results to be Revealed at Friday Curators Meeting Missouri Librarian Association Wants Autonomy on Firearms Decision Investigator: Ex-AG's Office Withheld DNA Evidence in Fatal Shooting Suit…
 
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KBIA-FM: business-beat.php : NPR
 
Regional stories from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Central Food Bank to Change Operation Hours in January UM Administrative Review Results to be Revealed at Friday Curators Meeting Missouri Librarian Association Wants Autonomy on Firearms Decision Investigator: Ex-AG's Office Withheld DNA Evidence in Fatal Shooting Suit…
 
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KBIA-FM: under-the-microscope.php : NPR
 
Regional stories from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Central Food Bank to Change Operation Hours in January UM Administrative Review Results to be Revealed at Friday Curators Meeting Missouri Librarian Association Wants Autonomy on Firearms Decision Investigator: Ex-AG's Office Withheld DNA Evidence in Fatal Shooting Suit…
 
Golden State of Mindcast is back! Nate and I sat down with new writer Thomas Bevilacqua to discuss the season, how Curry’s injury has really been a “wake-up call,” the limits of fandom, and mortality. Sounds like a nice little jaunt through the first part of the season! 1:30 - Where are we as Warriors fans, especially with championship fatigue ...…
 
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Better Learning Podcast
 
Angela Wojtecki has been with Nordonia Hills City Schools in Macedonia, Ohio for a total of five years. She loves all things technology and library. She currently is the facilitator for the Know-How Nordonia staff professional development series in addition to being the 1:1 Integration Specialist and District Librarian. She was the 2015 Preside ...…
 
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Velen's Chosen: A Hearthstone Podcast
 
The visionaries set out this week to talk about their last moments in the ranked ladder for November and get rolling on talking through 37 new cards. There are cards we “whitelisted” as cards not labeled for serious discussion so we can focus on the stuff that stand out as interesting to us! Legendary Shoutouts: AndrewisLiving (Repeat) Direwolf ...…
 
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Reading Public Library: Down The Block and Around The World
 
Bronwen talks to Ineavelle Ruiz, Librarian at the South East Reading Branch about the activities and programs that happen at her branch. Ineavelle shares how they meet the community where they live to find out what their needs are so their library can become part of the solution.
 
In this episode, Donn and Mark talk again with librarian Janine Pino about a resource that Pellissippi State staff, faculty, and students can access through the library without paying additional fees. Lynda.com is included simply for being part of the Pellissippi State community. You might want to hear how it all works since this could be a goo ...…
 
Dolores Gomez Dolores Gomez, Brisbane’s librarian for 27 years, has had an intense contact with local history. As a long-time resident, she experienced a good portion of Brisbane’s history first hand. As the librarian, she had crucial documental access. These two facts provided the necessary background to undertake the project of a book on Bris ...…
 
In this episode, we are speaking with Leslie Maniotes, one of the authors of Guided Inquiry Design – A Framework for Inquiry in Your School. She co-authored the book with Dr. Carol Kuhlthau and Ann Caspari. Dr. Leslie K. Maniotes, is a full time educational consultant with experience in all levels of education. A National Board Certified Teache ...…
 
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Live from Studio 5 on AMI-audio
 
Nelson Rego of Cool Blind Tech tells us about a new app that’s making braille more available in developing countries. Our newest community reporter Dorothy Macnaughton speaks about receiving the Arthur Napier Magill Distinguished Service Award. Librarian Theresa Power from the Centre for Equitable Library Access gives us a rundown of recent lit ...…
 
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Live from Studio 5 on AMI-audio
 
It’s been a busy two months for awards in Canadian literary circles. Librarian Theresa Power from the Centre for Equitable Library Access gives us a rundown of the award winners and their work. From the November 24, 2017 episode.By feedback@ami.ca (Accessible Media Inc).
 
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Empowering Modern Learners - PDSB #Peel21st
 
https://modernlearnersca.files.wordpress.com/2017/11/episode-06-la-la-land.mp3 In this episode, we chat with Laura Smiley who is currently the acting Department Head for Moderns for FSL and ESL at John Fraser Secondary. Laura shares what she’s doing with her students in FSL and how it connects to Empowering Modern Learners. She shares that sinc ...…
 
The great Dome vs. Bubble debate and hanging at your local tennis club. Then are kickers promoting CTE? The Saints legitimacy, and other NFL stories (9:00). The end of Mike n Mike (19:11). Debate about the recently announced MLB MVP awards (24:41). Where are They Now? for David Lee, Jason Lee, Troy Glaus with a special discussion of highly skil ...…
 
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The Battlehosts - A Warhammer 40k Podcast
 
In this episode, we turn The Battlehosts over to you, our listeners! We review two lists and discuss a few topics submitted by our listeners. We have been doing this for two years now, and as long as you keep listening, we will keep making podcasts! Here are our listeners questions: Ben Dake List for Review What I’m sticking with gives me fewer ...…
 
Librarians Cindy Foote, Renee Farrell, and Krista Hart joined me to talk about books they're reading and books they've loved, as well as giving us a glimpse into the secret lives of librarians.
 
Limited Resources Clip Board - The Library's Connection to The HomelessA Librarian's Guide to Homelessness - HomelessLibrary.com An overview of the causes and impact of being homeless and the role of Librarys and Librarians .https://youtu.be/FYiEEhhrFh4Published on May 20, 2013SUBSCRIBE 25Ryan Dowd of HomelessLibrary.com speaks on "The Libraria ...…
 
Chris Chiarchiaro talks to us about being a quasi-librarian, former educator, amateur artist/writer, wannabe world traveler and a constant observer. We'll also discuss the blogs Chris writes for the Austin Public Library.
 
Gwen and Frank take a deep, emotional dive into a masterpiece by this year's Nobel Prize winner in Literature: Kazuo Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go. Get the full list of episodes at www.nypl.org/podcast.
 
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Another Think Coming with Mac King
 
Books — physical, tangible, bound stacks of paper containing all of the knowledge of humanity in ink-printed words — still circulate through every school, homes, store, laboratory and office of power and change in this world, but increasingly man puts his thoughts and discoveries, past and present, into machines, publishing those digital tomes ...…
 
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Turbitt & Duck: Purveyors of Cultural Expertise and Library Sass to the Discerning Connoisseur since 1885
 
In episode 4, we talk to Rob Thomson, Teacher-In-Charge, Library and Information Services, TAFE NSW about the role of library technicians, Rob’s passion for library tours and library spaces, and how important it is to just turn up! Career advice and artwork by Rob Thomson! Here are things we discussed in the episode: Hull, C. (2014). The profes ...…
 
In this episode of Mobile Talk, Donn and Mark talk again with Janine Pino about the Roving Librarians program, a program in which librarians use iPads to get outside the library walls and go where students are to help them develop information literacy and research for their papers, speeches, and projects. Get the podcast Grab it on iTunes. Or l ...…
 
In our fourth episode of the series, Theo Davies-Lewis speaks to Richard Ovenden the Librarian of the Bodleian. Among the topics discussed are why he became interested in books, his leadership of the Bodleian and the role of libraries in the digital age.
 
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The Rock N Roll Archaeology Project
 
A different kind of Deeper Digs this week. Rock N Roll is fueling a new wave of musicals both on and off Broadway and one that caught our eye was the recent opening of 'Red Roses, Green Gold'. The musical is a comedic tale of a family looking to con its way to fortune in Maryland in the Twenties, featuring songs by Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunte ...…
 
Writer Mom Life Episode 10: M.F. Lorson and Reaching More Readers >> Get the full show notes by signing up for WML extras at www.daphnejameshuff.com/podcast >> M.F. Lorson is a YA librarian, new mom, and author of two YA books. She wrote them before she had her first child earlier this year, and Daphne talks with her about how she’s adapting to ...…
 
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Google Teacher Tribe Podcast
 
Google News and Updates New languages now supported in Google Docs and Slides files, as well as Docs editors templates Copy comments and suggestions in Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides Insert images more easily in Google Docs, Slides, and Drawings Google Classroom update: You can now attach files you don’t own and it will automatically make a co ...…
 
@ Dublin Book Fesitval, RDS Library, Dublin. 2.30pm Sun 5 Nov As part of the Dublin Book Festival, Tommy Graham, Editor of History Ireland magazine, hosts a discussion with Joseph E.A. Connell Jr (author of Michael Collins: Dublin 1916–22, Wordwell 2017) and David McCullagh (author of De Valera (Volume 1): Rise 1882–1932), Gill Books 2017). Aut ...…
 
In this episode, River Ridge High School librarian Keara Rubin discusses the power of curated searches. Hear her answer these questions and more:• What is a curated search, and why is it important to know how to do?• What are your favorite tools for conducting curated searches (include Canvas Commons here)?• What mistakes do students and teache ...…
 
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The Librarian Is In
 
Frank has a creepy middle-grade/YA novel that's great for adults, and Gwen has a not-at-all-creepy chapter book for preschoolers and early readers that's sure to also delight parents.
 
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A2Z: An Improvised Podcast
 
On this episode, Eugene and Charlie talk to Debra Cleaning, a local librarian! They discuss local farmers, Charlie's orangutan sickness, and a Circe's island-type scenario. Also, we meet Charlie's demonic dog and answer some fun questions!NEXT EPISODE! We have better audio quality! We love you!
 
Readers Advisory Librarian, Debbie Hoffman interviews JeanMarie Brownson. Together they discuss Brownson's latest cookbook and the art of cooking. Brownson is the author of Dinner at Home: 140 Recipes to Enjoy with Family and Friends and has won the James Beard Award for International Cooking.
 
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Slightly Drunk & Extremely Online Podcast
 
Colin and Sara talk Library Twitter. Living the #librarylife, posting cat and sweater pictures, yearning for free and open sharing of information, and generally being nice to one another.
 
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Maryland Humanities Podcast
 
The years before children enter the classroom are crucial to setting a student on the path to academic success. Young parents may not know where to start, but librarians are there to help. Dorothy Stoltz, from the Outreach and Program Services Department at the Carroll County Library, tells us about the Library’s “Read at Your Library” program ...…
 
Librarian Diane Brown, Elsie Chapman, Althea Norcott talk about the Stetson Library fundraising efforts and move to Q-House
 
On The Same Page is a new podcast from the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library to keep you in the loop and on the same page about what’s happening at your library. In this episode we interview Peter Manno, Manager of the Friends of the Library Book Sale about the upcoming Fall Book Sale. We also talk to Young Adult Librarian and soon-to-be-publi ...…
 
Wherein we become acquainted with a man who is most certainly not a lunatic. He’s not. Honestly. Show Notes: Today’s Reading: The King in Yellow Episode Music courtesy of FreeMusicArchive.Org and Incompetech Episode Sounds courtesy of FreeSound.Org Support Us! Patreon Stickers by TeeSpring Contact Us! http://www.SPDHPod.Com steampunkdollhouse@g ...…
 
Wayne Brasco is the owner of a funeral home, who received a strongly worded letter from a fellow local resident, attacking his business for having a “We Support Our Police” flag outside of his business. Alena McNamara, a librarian at MIT, condemns the funeral home by writing: These come off as supporting police killing Black citizens without ev ...…
 
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