Season Two of 'The Skillset Podcast' With R. David Lankes & Nicole A. Cooke

In the wake of a tumultuous year, the new season of 'The Skillset Podcast' will focus on 'collective care' within the library community. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

[ Publishers Weekly | 2021-04-07 04:00:00 UTC ]
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Introducing ‘The Skillset Podcast' with R. David Lankes and Nicole A. Cooke

Each week 'The Skillset Podcast' will illuminate the complex issues facing libraries and other key institutions in these unprecedented times. Episode One, available now, features hosts David Lankes and Nicole Cooke in discussion with Tamara King, Head of Community Engagement at the Richland... Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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The Skillset Podcast #9: Ilona Kisch on Public Library 2030

It’s largely accepted as a truism that libraries connect and work together—interlibrary loan, consortia, union catalogs. However, working together and connecting is not a simple task. Add in different histories, cultures, languages, political systems and you begin to get a sense of what... Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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The Skillset Podcast #10: Jason Broughton on the Importance of Engaging the Unengaged

There aren’t too many librarians who get into the business in order to sue the federal government. And to be fair Jason Broughton, the state librarian of Vermont, didn’t want to join this club. But as the head of the census for the state of Vermont, he wanted to make sure everyone in the state... Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

[ Publishers Weekly | 2020-12-11 05:00:00 UTC ]
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Hodder cooks up storm with 2019 'Bake Off' winner David Atherton

Hodder & Stoughton will publish Good to Eat by David Atherton, winner of "The Great British Bake Off" 2019.  Continue reading at The Bookseller

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The Skillset Podcast #7: Clayton Copeland on the Importance of Accessibility

In this episode Clayton Copeland, a professor at the iSchool at the University of South Carolina and the director of the Laboratory for Leadership in Equity and Diversity, talks about how the very idea of disability is a social construct, and how the pandemic has shown in the most authentic way... Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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The Skillset Podcast #5: Sue Kowalski, School Librarian at Pine Grove Middle School

Years before Covid-19, when Sue Kowalski's library was closed for a building renovation and her students scattered across her district, she came up with an innovative solution to stay engaged: she bought a used RV and drove from school to school. The pandemic, however, has presented a larger... Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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The Skillset Podcast #4: Academic Libraries in the Wake of Covid-19 with Clemson University’s Christopher Cox

Host David Lankes catches up with Christopher Cox, Dean of Libraries at Clemson University, to talk about the lessons Clemson—and academic libraries more broadly—are learning in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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The Skillset Podcast #3: Politics and Libraries with EveryLibrary's John Chrastka

With the election days away, this is the perfect time to remember that public libraries exist in a political as well as a civic space. In this episode, hosts David Lankes and Nicole Cooke talk to John Chrastka, head of EveryLibrary, the country’s only political action committee for libraries,... Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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The Skillset Podcast #2: Angela Craig, Director of the Charleston County (SC) Public Library

In this week's episode, hosts Nicole A. Cooke & R. David Lankes talk with Angela Craig, director of the Charleston County (SC) Public Library about what it’s like to run a library…one week at a time. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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William Collins launches 'Ideas Matter' podcast featuring David Cameron as first guest

David Cameron will be the inaugural guest on "Ideas Matter", the new podcast from William Collins when it launches this week. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Roughly Speaking podcast: David Zurawik on the Clinton-Trump split-screen; three good books (episode 156)

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ALA 2016: Field Notes: PW talks with R. David Lankes

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The Family That Cooks Together...: PW Talks with Laurie David

In 'The Family Cooks,' author/activist Laurie David’s second cookbook, the importance of the family table and home cooking are at the heart of her philosophy for raising the next generation of healthy eaters. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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In a game-changing move, the streaming giant just bought Homecoming creators Gimlet. Plus: the pod going behind the scenes at the Mueller probeIn what is comfortably the biggest deal in the history of podcasting to date, streaming giant Spotify has bought Gimlet Media, the company behind series... Continue reading at The Guardian

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Google AMP beat Facebook Instant Articles, but publishers start to question AMP’s benefits

A new Chartbeat study found only one-third of publishers see clear evidence of a traffic increase from the fast-loading articles format. The post Google AMP beat Facebook Instant Articles, but publishers start to question AMP’s benefits appeared first on Digiday. Continue reading at Digiday

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