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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.
Chris Tighe interview
Chris Tighe is a Satellite Librarian, U.S. Court Library, 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, E. St. Louis Branch. She is also past president of the St. Louis Metro Area chapter of SLA.
General Assembly Meeting
Students in the Library Information School Graduate Student Association hold their monthly meeting & webcast it for the benefit of students who live in other areas or who have to work.
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 ...
Library Service to Older Adults and the Baby Boomers
Our guest was Allan M. Kleiman, head of reference at Westfield Memorial Library, Westfield, New Jersey. Allan is chair of the American Library Association's Committee on Library Service to the Aging, and was only one of ...
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.
James Nelson interview
Tiger Eye Reading Room host, Charley Seavey, interviews James Nelson at the ALA Convention in New Orleans. Jim is the author of 'Benedict Arnold's Navy'.
Jill Bright interview
Karen Robinson interviews Jill Bright, the Circulation Supervisor at the College of Pharmacy Library in St. Louis, Missouri. Ms. Bright is a current student in the MU SISLT program.
Wayne Wiegand interview
Charley Seavey and Wayne Wiegand talk about the place of reading in libraries and library education.
SISLT Library Science Radio Hour
This show focused around calls from students from Professor Seavey Winter 2005 classes.
Sue McBroom interview
Karen Robinson interviews high school librarian Sue McBroom.
Sara Parker interview
Dr. Charley Seavey interviews Sara Parker, state librarian of Missouri.
Tiger Eye Reading Room-- Kids Love Comics
Charley Seavey interviews Jimmy Gownley and John Gallagher about their organization, Kids Love Comics. This interview took place on Comic Book Row at the 2006 American Library Association Annual conference in New Orleans.
Rukhsana Khan interview
Dr. Seavey and Canadian Muslim author Rukhsana Khan discuss multicultural books and her fiction for children in this interview, which took place in two sessions; one at ALA 2006 in New Orleans, the other by phone three ...
Alexandra Sokoloff interview
Charley Seavey interviews Alexandra Sokoloff at the American Library Association Annual conference in New Orleans in June 2006. They discuss haunted college campuses and the implications of writing "for teens."
ISLT 9441 School Library
Beth Wakely interviews Laura Hammerschmidt, a Follett Library Services sales rep. We will discuss how to best utilize a sales rep like Laura and the many services Follett Library Services has for school librarians.
ISLT 9410 Managing the School Library--interview with Tim Heiges
Beth Wakely interviews Tim Heiges, Regional Sales Manager for EBSCO Host.
Matt Villasana interview
Dr. Wedman interviews Columbia teacher Matt Villasana about the use of technology in the elementary school classroom.