Chris DeCristofaro public
[search 0]
×
Best Chris DeCristofaro podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Chris DeCristofaro podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
Join millions of Player FM users today to get news and insights whenever you like, even when you're offline. Podcast smarter with the free podcast app that refuses to compromise. Let's play!
Join the world's best podcast app to manage your favorite shows online and play them offline on our Android and iOS apps. It's free and easy!
More
show episodes
 
Loading …
show series
 
Chris and Bob are working remotely during the COVID-19 Pandemic and were fortunate enough to speak to Scott Jarzombek, Executive Director of the Albany Public Library about his plan to re-open his large multi-branch library as the Corona Virus statistics continue to decline. Scott penned an article in the NYLA Voice about reopening. He also has sha…
 
Chris and Bob visited the place where Chris got his start in Libraryland, The Longwood Public Library in Middle Island, New York. The boys spoke with Assistant Director Ann Hofbauer, Digital Literacy Coordinator Alison Mirabella, Children’s STEAM Specialist, Danielle Bliss and Head of Technical Services, Roseann Mammina. They have a very deep and d…
 
We were very happy to have our neighbors to the north of the Sachem Library District, Middle Country Public Library’s podcasters Sal DeVincenzo, Sarah Fade and Nicole Rambo drop by to talk podcasting in libraries. Sal brings his own style of podcasting to libraryland and with Sarah and Nicole co-hosting, they produce a light hearted show that talks…
 
On a nice quiet Saturday at The Sachem Public Library, Nadine Spano and Debbie Keehner from the Oceanside New York Library journeyed from the far south west corner of Nassau County to Holbrook to talk about their innovative book club. Nadine and Debbie do a video book club with the help of Go To Meeting. This episode was recorded before the Covid-1…
 
William Salas, Librarian at The Smithtown Library, came to The Booth at Sachem to chat with the guys about the Patent and Trademark Resource Center. Will manages the Center and has a wealth of knowledge about patent and trademark searching. His passion for the subject really comes through and I think we all can agree that is expertise is without pa…
 
In this episode, we talk with Connie Vassilopoulos. At the time of the recording she was a Library Technician, but has since transitioned to a librarian. She was a Library Tech at Rosebank College. We talked about the life of a Library Tech in a school setting, and all the things she has accomplished there. She also talks about her experiences work…
 
In this 3rd and final installment of episode 71, Chris sat down with “Awesome Sally” Sally Stieglitz and Tim Spindler from the Long Island Library Resources Council and Jill Hurst Wahl of Syracuse University and the podcast T is for Training. We talk about NYLA, the conference, what LILRC does and all kinds of issues facing Libraryland. Jill also b…
 
In Part 2 of this episode, an old friend of Chris’, Dr. David Jank, Dean of the Palmer School of Library and Information Science chat about a number of things, including the state of library science brick and mortar schools vs online learning, the profession and our journey in Libraryland.By Chris DeCristofaro
 
Welcome to our New York Library Association Conference Episode. This is our second year podcasting from the conference and because we had so many great guests, we are posting 3 parts to this episode. In episode 1, our old friends Barron Angell from the Florida Public Library, Melissa Tidd, now academic librarian at the SUNY Orange Campus and Goshen…
 
Chris and Bob returned to the Long Island Library Resources Council’s Conference on Libraries and the Future. This year we had some great guests and because there was so much to talk about, we are splitting this episode into 3 parts. In this third portion of the episode, we sit with Chris Jelley, the Information Technology Coordinator at the North …
 
Chris and Bob returned to the Long Island Library Resources Council’s Conference on Libraries and the Future. This year we had some great guests and because there was so much to talk about, we are splitting this episode into 3 parts. Part 2 features Lee Rainie, the Director of Internet and Technology at Pew Research. If you live in Libraryland, the…
 
Chris and Bob returned to the Long Island Library Resources Council’s Conference on Libraries and the Future. This year we had some great guests and because there was so much to talk about, we are splitting this episode into 3 parts. Part 1 was an interesting conversation with James Vorbach, Dean of the Library and Information Science program at St…
 
Lara Marshall, Manager of the Hillingdon Borough of the London Public Library joined the podcast via Google Hangouts to talk about Hillingdon and the exciting things happening with coding and the Culture Bite Festival which is now a monthly occurrence. We had LOTS of laughs talking about all the wonderful things happening at Hillingdon! Lara Marsha…
 
Rocco Cassano, Assistant Director at the East Meadow Public Library and Joe Perito, the resident Information Technology guru joined the podcast via Google Hangouts (thank goodness we received a reprieve from Google keeping it alive!). We spoke to Rocco about what he has seen in his long career in Libraryland and we spoke to both about their tech in…
 
We were excited to have on Maxine Bleiweis, retired Director of the Westport Library in Westport Connecticut. We learn about how the “Library of Things” got its start in the 1970’s, and how it evolved at Westport into arguably one of the first (if not the first) makerspaces in the United States. Although retired from her job as Director of the West…
 
In this episode we again head to Ontario virtually and speak with Linda Hazzan who is the Director of Communications, Programming and Customer Engagement at the Toronto Public Library. Linda spoke to the guys about marketing, reaching beyond the everyday library user and the Bridge Technology Services Assessment Toolkit which is a customizable web-…
 
Tyler Byrd is the host of the podcast “Library Figures” a great podcast about libraries and marketing (something that some libraries are great at and others not so much). Tyler is also the owner of Meet Piola, a web development company that helps libraries enhance their digitial content by building a digital branch. Tyler was a great guest talking …
 
Charles Guarria is a professor at Long Island University’s Brooklyn Campus. Charles has a had a varied career that took him to Lehman Brothers and Long Island University’s Acquisition Department. Charles started writing a research piece on California’s Proposition 13 from the 1970’s. Why is this so relevant in the 21st Century? This proposition sev…
 
Here in Part 2, we continue the conversation with Dr. Lambert Shell, Stacey Smith-Brown, Kaysha Watson-Phillips, Carol Gilliam, Michelle Samuel, Salamah Mullen and my “on the spot” co-host for the day Syntychia Kendrick-Samuel. We continue the conversation about being a librarian of color here on Long Island. Much of the conversation will resinate …
 
This is a very special episode of the podcast. Chris traveled to the Roosevelt Public Library to speak to a panel of library professionals about their passion and what it is like today to be a librarian of color on Long Island. We spoke to Dr. Lambert Shell, the Director of the Roosevelt Public Library, Stacey Smith-Brown, Assistant Director of the…
 
Assistant Director Jen Barth and Children’s Librarian Laura Lintz are from the Henrietta Public Library in Henrietta, New York (just south of Rochester). Jen and Laura joined us via Google Hangouts and although we were having some WiFi issues on both ends, we had a great time talking about how libraries can brand themselves and how to push out the …
 
Chris and Bob take the show on the road and visit with the awesome librarians at the Uniondale Public Library in Uniondale, New York. We spoke with Syntychia Kendrick-Samuel & Amanda Borgia from the Teen Department, Michelle Minervini, Deborah Kinirons & James Grzybowski from Children’s, Valerie French & Robert Weissfrom the Adult Department. We co…
 
Loading …
Google login Twitter login Classic login