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TPL on CFRC 101.9fm today!

17 May

Hi all!

We just found out that CFRC 101.9fm, the campus radio station at Queen’s University, is going to be airing one of our episodes today at 4pm! Be sure to listen in on the radio waves or on cfrcradio.com 🙂

-E

TPL 002: Neutrality, iPad, MLIS from a graduate perspective

7 Apr

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In this episode:

Welcome Back to The Pocket Librarian:

Part One: Emily on Library Neutrality

Emily talks about the idea (and ideal) of library neutrality, and how it has changed for her since her first term at FIMS.

Part Two: Lola Loves Gadgets: On the iPad

Lola explores the exciting ways in which the new Apple iPad can and will impact libraries of all sorts in the near future.

Part Three: Interview with a Public Librarian
Lola and Emily pick the brain of the lovely and enthusiastic Jamie Kamula, a public librarian and recent graduate of the MLIS program at UWO.

Music credits:

Show Links:

Questioning Library Neutrality: Essays from Progressive Librarian
by Alison Lewis

http://libraryjuicepress.com/neutrality.php

(on Amazon) http://www.amazon.ca/Questioning-Library-Neutrality-ProgressiveLibrarian/dp/0977861775

Augmented Reality iPhone application:
http://www.acrossair.com/apps_nearesttube.htm

London Public Library Westmount Branch:
http://www.londonpubliclibrary.ca/westmount

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Putting us out there!

1 Apr

Working out other places to submit the show, we’re now out there on My Podcast Alley feed! {pca-9607b68afce7d590de44d5ac5413ad20} and Feedburner.

We exist in iTunes!

12 Mar

Search for us!

Now you can subscribe using iTunes!

(I must say, this is probably one of the biggest moments in my life.)

If you like what you hear, be sure to rate/review us in iTunes!

TPL 001: Our first episode!

9 Mar

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In this episode:

Welcome to The Pocket Librarian: Introduction to Lola, Emily, and the background and vision for TPL.

Part One: Libraries in Pop Culture

Emily explores the ways in which popular media presents libraries to young audiences, and how this image shapes the ways in which libraries become culturally understood.

Part Two:  Lola Interviews her Mom

Lola picks her Mom’s brain about her experiences working and volunteering in different library environments.

Part Three: Co-op spotlight: Heather Nicholson

Emily and Lola interview a current co-op student at an Alberta academic library and find out the value in experience and observation.

Music credits:

All music used is made possible by podcast safe music websites:
music.mevio.com
freemusicarchive.org
jamendo.com
The views, opinions, positions or strategies expressed by The Pocket Librarian Podcast producers and those providing comments are theirs alone, and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions, positions or strategies of the MLIS program, FIMS, UWO, or any employee thereof.
For TPL updates, insights, and babblings, check out our blog at www.thepocketlibrarian.com and follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/pocketlibrarian.