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HIB Spot--Studying Online Search Behaviors
The guests of the program are Dr. Barbara Wildemuth from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Dr. Carol Barry from the Louisiana State University. Dr. Wildemuth's research focuses on computer-mediated ...
LiS ClassCast : 9434 Booktalks, Part 3 of 5
Booktalks by Dr. Esser's 9434 Teen Lit class. These booktalks are by Ann C, Mary, Lisa G, and the group of Becky, Tonya, Elizabeth, Debbie, and Brandy.
Limited Edition- ALISE 2007 Seattle Wrap-Up
Retired LIS Professor Charley Seavey and LIS doctoral student Jennifer Crispin talk about the Professor's potentially final library educators' conference, ALISE 2007 in Seattle. This webcast includes almost an hour of ...
Melissa Pillot interview
ShowMe Libraries host, Linda Esser, interviews Melissa Pillot, Young Adult Librarian-Teen Services, from the St. Louis Public Library. Linda and Melissa will discuss upcoming personal appearances at St. Louis Public Library ...
LiS ClassCast : 9434 Booktalks, Part 1 of 5
Booktalks by Dr. Esser's 9434 Teen Lit Class. These booktalks are by Nicole, Michaela, Addie, and Sally & group.
LiS ClassCast : 9434 Booktalks, Part 2 of 5
Booktalks by students in Dr. Esser's 9434 Teen Lit class. These booktalks are by Robin, Kyle, and Bill & Class.
Judy Schwentker interview
Beth Wakely interviews Judy Schwentker, elementary librarian in the Washington, Missouri, School District. Beth and Judy discuss "Book Buzz", a community-based program to promote reading in the elementary schools.
Laura Diggs interview
Dr. Wedman interviews Laura Diggs of the eMINTS project, which is run by the University of Missouri, the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, and the Missouri Department of Higher Education. They ...
9431 Library Materials for Children ClassCast
Course Overview; Q&A session on topics related to class structure and projects.
Kevin Nelson interview
While many corporate special libraries have been eliminated, the B&V Central Library has kept a visual presence and dialog with its upper management and stayed viable and relevant by aligning its goals with those of the ...
Steve Potter interview
Steve Potter is the Business Manager for the Mid-Continent Public Library which is a system serving Clay, Jackson and Platte Counties. In his capacity as Business Manager, Steve also serves as Chief Financial Officer, Chief ...
LiS Classcast : Programming for Teens
Host Dr. Linda Esser interviews guest Lynda Short, public librarian at the Paul Laurence Dunbar High School in Lexington Kentucky. The topic of the show is programming for teens. Lynda discusses some of her favorite books, ...
Mary Bly interview
Join hosts Linda Esser, Denice Adkins and Diane Velasquez with their guest Dr. Mary Bly, Associate Professor, Fordham University. Dr. Bly writes historical fiction as Eloisa James. Her latest novel, The Taming of the Duke, ...
Dean Klempke interview
Dr. Wedman talks with Columbia teacher Dean Klempke about the use of technology in a middle school science classroom. Mr. Klempke discusses how he uses online software to teach his students about kinetic and potential energy.
ClassCast--ISLT 9410 Management of Electronic Resources
Instructor Chris LeBeau talks with ISLT 9410 (Management of Electronic Resources) students about course requirements and takes questions.
First Tuesday : American Libraries Editor Leonard Kniffel
Charley Seavey interviews Leonard Kniffel, the publisher and editor of American Libraries magazine.
9434 Course Discussion
Dr. Esser discusses booktalks with student and librarian Sally Snyder, and answers questions about getting access to the 9434 class blog.
Fall Comps Meeting
Fall Comps Meeting
John Furlong interview
On the job host Karen Robinson interviews John Furlong, Director of the Brentwood Public Library in St. Louis County. A graduate of MU's library science program in 1991, John also serves as the President of the Municipal ...
First Tuesday--Government Information at the Crossroads
Dr. Seavey talks with Laurie Canepa of the State Library of New Mexico and Barbara Rehkop of Washington University in St. Louis about the present and future of government information.