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July 12, 2012 - - Larry Nix Interview [View Details]
Summary: Ben Richardson, doctoral student in the School of Information Science and Learning Technologies (SISLT) at the University of Missouri, and Dr. Jenny Bossaler, Assistant Professor of Library Science in SISLT at the University of Missouri, interviews Larry Nix.

March 12, 2010 - - LiS ClassCast - - Dr. Kanwal Ameen Interview [View Details]
Summary: Dr. Denice Adkins interviews Dr. Kanwal Ameen from the Department of Library & Information Science at the University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan. Dr. Ameen is currently visiting MU as a Fulbright scholar, working with Dr. Sanda Erdelez in usability-related projects.

February 13, 2009 - - Borchuluun Yadamsuren Interview [View Details]
Summary: LIS Class Cast hosts, Denice Adkins and Kim Thompson, interview Borchuluun Yadamsuren, doctoral student at the University of Missouri in the School of Information Science & Learning Technologies.

February 10, 2009 - - LiS ClassCast - - International & Comparative Libraries, with Guest Anindita Paul [View Details]
Summary: SISLT Ph.D. student Anindita Paul will discuss her experience with libraries and the information infrastructure in her native India.

July 1, 2008 - - LiS ClassCast - - ISLT 9410 Managing the School Library--Interview with Tim Heiges [View Details]
Summary: Beth Wakely interviews Tim Heiges, Regional Sales Manager for EBSCO Host.

June 27, 2008 - - LiS ClassCast - - ISLT 9410 Managing the School Library-Interview with Laura Hammerschmidt [View Details]
Summary: Bath Wakely interviews Laura Hammerschmidt, sales representative for Mackin Library Services.

June 26, 2008 - - LiS ClassCast - - ISLT 9410 Managing the School Library--Interview with Diana Doetzel [View Details]
Summary: Beth Wakely interviews Diana Doetzel from ProQuest

May 6, 2008 - - On the Job - - Interview with Jean Darbyshire [View Details]
Summary: Chris LeBeau interviews Jean Darbyshire, Director of Organization Development Programs at Kansas State Libraries in Manhattan, KS.




The host has provided the following link: Elliott McClelland Interviews Jean Darbyshire

February 8, 2008 - - LiS Limited Edition - - Winter Comps Meeting [View Details]
Summary: Winter Comps Meeting

January 28, 2008 - - ShowMe Libraries - - Interview with Sharon Bostick [View Details]
Summary: LIS Radio host, Chris LeBeau, interviews Dr. Sharon Bostick, Dean of Libraries at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

November 26, 2007 - - LiS Limited Edition - - Nancy Pearl Interview [View Details]
Summary: Nancy Pearl, rock star librarian who the Librarian Action Figure was modeled after, is interviewed at the 2007 MLA Conference by Karen Robinson. Nancy's knowledge of and love for books is unmatched as is evidenced in her books, Book Lust, More Book Lust, Now Read This, and other titles that encourage reading. Nancy shares the hilarious story of how she was chosen to be the model for the Librarian Action Figure. What do you wear when you’re being "digitized" to become a 5-inch plastic action figure? Join us in listening to this interesting and entertaining program from our own librarian rock star, Nancy Pearl.

September 17, 2007 - - LiS ClassCast - - Beth Wakely Interviews Laura Hammerschmidt [View Details]
Summary: Beth Wakely, instructor for ISLT 9410 Managing the School Library, interviews Laura Hammerschmidt, sales representative for Mackin Library Services, which offers virtually any title for the K-12 library.

August 24, 2007 - - LiS Limited Edition - - Fall Comps Meeting [View Details]
Summary: Fall Comps Meeting

July 10, 2007 - - LiS ClassCast - - Libraries and Library Education in Africa [View Details]
Summary: Dr. Denice Adkins talked with Ph.D. student Musa Olaka and Dr. Doug Raber about their experiences with libraries and library education in Africa.

June 26, 2007 - - LiS ClassCast - - Working Abroad (ISLT 9410 International & Comparative Librarianship) [View Details]
Summary: Neeley Current described her internship experience in Salzburg, Germany.

June 19, 2007 - - LiS ClassCast - - LiS ClassCast - International and Comparative Librarian Course [View Details]

May 3, 2007 - - LiS Limited Edition - - Interview with Don Gaertner [View Details]
Summary: Karen Robinson interviews Don Gaertner, retired Director of St. Louis County Library as part of MLNC’s 25th Anniversary oral history series.

April 24, 2007 - - LiS Limited Edition - - Interview with Woodvall (Woodie) Moore [View Details]
Summary: Karen Robinson interviews Mr. Woodvall Moore, Director of Library Services at Evangel University in Springfield, MO, as part of MLNC’s 25th Anniversary oral history series.

April 19, 2007 - - LiS Limited Edition - - Interview with Paul White [View Details]
Summary: Karen Robinson interviews Mr. Paul White as part of MLNC’s 25th Anniversary oral history series. Mr. White is recently retired as Director of the Mid-Continent Public Library in Kansas City, Missouri.

April 16, 2007 - - LiS Limited Edition - - Interview with Karen Luebbert [View Details]
Summary: Karen Robinson interviews Dr. Karen Luebbert as part of MLNC’s 25th Anniversary oral history series. Dr. Luebbert is Vice President and Executive Assistant to the President and Secretary to the Board of Trustees at Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri (Missouri Library Network Corporation).

March 23, 2007 - - LiS Limited Edition - - Limited Edition- ALISE 2007 Seattle Wrap-Up [View Details]
Summary: Retired LIS Professor Charley Seavey and LIS doctoral student Jennifer Crispin talk about the Professor's final (maybe?) library educators' conference, ALISE 2007 in Seattle. This webcast includes almost an hour of interviews with professors, students, and representatives of the publishing industry.

March 20, 2007 - - LiS Limited Edition - - LISGSA General Assembly Meeting [View Details]

February 27, 2007 - - On the Job - - Interview with Mike Korklan, Elementary School Librarian [View Details]
Summary: Drs. Adkins and Esser interviewed Michael Korklan, a SISLT alum who works at the West Boulevard Elementary School.

February 27, 2007 - - First Tuesday - - Interview with Rebecca Vargha, SLA President [View Details]

February 12, 2007 - - ShowMe Libraries - - Show Me Libraries: Interview with director of Marr Sound Archives [View Details]
Summary: Charley interviews Chuck Haddix about his unique library, a recorded sound archive at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

January 28, 2007 - - ShowMe Libraries - - LISGSA General Assembly Meeting [View Details]

January 15, 2007 - - Tiger Eye Reading Room - - Tiger Eye Reading Room-- Tim Lacy Interview [View Details]
Summary: Charley Seavey interviews Tim Lacy about the history of reading and the Great Books idea.

December 11, 2006 - - Tiger Eye Reading Room - - Tiger Eye Reading Room-- Adam Nelson Interview [View Details]
Summary: Charley Seavey and Adam Nelson talk about the history of the book in America and the connection between print media and education. They talk about how texts influence readers and shape their consciousness.

December 4, 2006 - - First Tuesday - - First Tuesday: American Libraries Editor Leonard Kniffel [View Details]

November 20, 2006 - - Tiger Eye Reading Room - - Tiger Eye Reading Room-- Michael Powell [View Details]
Summary: Charley Seavey goes to Portland, Oregon to interview Michael Powell, owner of the famous used-book store Powell's Books.

November 13, 2006 - - On the Job - - Interview with John Furlong [View Details]
Summary: 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 Consortium in St. Louis and as Member-at-Large on the Executive Board of the Missouri Library Association. John talks about the renovation project completed at Brentwood Public, his professional library experiences, as well as his volunteer work in Nicaragua at the first "book-lending" public library, San Juan del Sur Biblioteca
Brentwood PL

November 2, 2006 - - LiS ClassCast - - 9433 Library Services to Youth [View Details]
Summary: Content, questions, comments.

October 29, 2006 - - LiS ClassCast - - LISGSA General Assembly Meeting [View Details]
Summary: This week we will be discussing our bake sale, t-shirt sales, the return of Friday at 5, the Faculty Panel, Thomas Mann, and more.

October 24, 2006 - - Tiger Eye Reading Room - - Tiger Eye Reading Room--Alexandra Sokoloff Interview [View Details]
Summary: 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."

October 19, 2006 - - LiS ClassCast - - ISLT 9441 The School Library--Interview with a School Librarian [View Details]
Summary: Beth Wakely interviewed Judi Knight an elementary school librarian in the Ferguson Florissant School District.

October 18, 2006 - - On the Job - - Berit Nelson Interview, VP for Product Management, SirsiDynix [View Details]
Summary: Berit Nelson is the VP for Technical Product Management for SirsiDynix. She graduated from the library school in 1989. Berit began her career with DRA which was later bought out by Sirsi. She currently oversees Technical Product Managers who work directly with SirsiDynix customers.

October 12, 2006 - - LiS ClassCast - - 9433 Library Services to Youth [View Details]
Summary: Content, questions, and answers.

October 9, 2006 - - Tiger Eye Reading Room - - Tiger Eye Reading Room--O.R. Melling Interview [View Details]
Summary: Charley Seavey interviews fantasy author O.R. Melling at the American Library Association annual conference in New Orleans.

September 28, 2006 - - LiS ClassCast - - ISLT 9441 School Library [View Details]
Summary: 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.

September 25, 2006 - - Tiger Eye Reading Room - - Tiger Eye Reading Room-- Kids Love Comics [View Details]
Summary: 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.

September 24, 2006 - - Tiger Eye Reading Room - - LISGSA General Assembly Meeting [View Details]
Summary: The first LISGSA general assembly meeting for the 2006-2007 academic year. We cover funding for conferences, social opportunities, and the new LISGSA t-shirts.

September 11, 2006 - - Tiger Eye Reading Room - - Tiger Eye: Interview with Rukhsana Khan [View Details]
Summary: 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 weeks later.

September 7, 2006 - - LiS ClassCast - - 9433 Library Services to Youth [View Details]
Summary: Course overview, questions, comments.

August 28, 2006 - - Tiger Eye Reading Room - - Tiger Eye Reading Room- Wayne Wiegand Interview [View Details]
Summary: Charley Seavey and Wayne Wiegand talk about the place of reading in libraries and library education.

July 25, 2006 - - LiS ClassCast - - ClassCast--ISLT 9410 Management of Electronic Resources [View Details]
Summary: Instructor Chris LeBeau talks with ISLT 9410 (Management of Electronic Resources) students about course requirements and takes questions.

July 24, 2006 - - Tiger Eye Reading Room - - Tiger Eye Reading Room--James Nelson Interview [View Details]
Summary: 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.

July 17, 2006 - - Tiger Eye Reading Room - - Tiger Eye Reading Room--Linda Chambers Interview [View Details]
Summary: Tiger Eye Reading Room host, Charley Seavey, interviews Linda Chambers at the ALA Convention in New Orleans. Linda is the author of numerous children's books, including Cheroot.

July 10, 2006 - - Tiger Eye Reading Room - - Tiger Eye Reading Room--Interview with Two Boys [View Details]
Summary: Dr. Seavey and Jennifer Crispin interview two fifth grade boys about reading. An interesting look at how young, avid readers look at reading.

May 5, 2006 - - Tiger Eye Reading Room - - General Assembly Meeting [View Details]

May 2, 2006 - - First Tuesday - - Interview with Mary Bly [View Details]
Summary: 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, received a starred review in Booklist.

Dr. Bly's impressive academic credentials include an undergraduate degree from Harvard University, a Master of Philosophy from Oxford University and a Ph. D. from Yale. Currently, she is an Associate Professor at Fordham University and Director of Graduate Studies. Her teaching and research interests center on Shakespeare. A reader review on amazon.com describes Dr. Bly's book, Queer Virgins and Virgin Queens on the Early Modern Stage as "...a fascinating job of delving into the use of (bawdy) puns on the Reniassance stage. Her style of writing is vibrant and keeps the reader's attention throughout, and yet is endlessly informative. In the process of examining the puns, and the language of the time, she manages to give the reader a very clear sense of sixteenth/seventeenth century society."

Readers of Eloisa James' historical romance novels are no less enthusiastic. Her writing is described as "witty", "smart", "fun" and "romantic".

April 25, 2006 - - LiS Limited Edition - - Missouri Association of School Librarians Spring Conference [View Details]
Summary: Interviews, news and happenings from the Missouri Association of School Librarians Spring Conference held April 23-26, 2006, at Osage Beach, Missouri

April 25, 2006 - - LiS ClassCast - - 9410 Information Resources in Business [View Details]
Summary: The guest of the program will be Mike Schrader, from the MU School of Business and also a small business consultant. He will talk about information needs of people starting and running small businesses.

April 18, 2006 - - On the Job - - Interview with Jennifer Beckman from NARA [View Details]
Summary: Jennifer Beckman is an Archives Specialist with the National Archives and Records Administration in College Park, MD. She is an authority cataloger whose responsibilities include updating and maintaining the federal agency name authority file for the Archival Research Catalog (NARA's OPAC). Jennifer will talk about her work and tell listeners about the inner workings of the NARA.

April 13, 2006 - - LiS ClassCast - - 9410 Information Resources in Business [View Details]
Summary: Guest: Dr. Chris Kuehl, Founder and Managing Director, Armada Corporate Intelligence

April 11, 2006 - - ShowMe Libraries - - Charley Seavey Interviews Margaret Conroy [View Details]
Summary: Our guest on this ShowMe Library program was Margaret Conroy, recently named as State Librarian of Missouri. Conroy is presently director of the Missouri River Regional Library in Jefferson City, and a long time Missouri librarian. Listeners might want to revisit our October 11, 2005 interview with Sara Parker, Conroy's predecssor.

April 7, 2006 - - ShowMe Libraries - - General Assembly Meeting [View Details]
Summary: 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.

This meeting includes important information about upcoming elections. Minutes are available on the LISGSA website.

April 4, 2006 - - First Tuesday - - Patrick Jones on Teen Services & Writing for Teens [View Details]
Summary: Demographics suggest that the number of teens in the U.S. will hit an all-time high during this decade. Join guest, Patrick Jones, internationally known for connecting teens and libraries as we discuss new trends and formats in services to teens, and his work as an author for teen audiences.

Patrick Jones' website: Connecting YA

March 21, 2006 - - On the Job - - On the Job: Karen Robinson interviews Chris Tighe [View Details]
Summary: 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.

March 14, 2006 - - ShowMe Libraries - - Linda Esser Interviews Melissa Pillot [View Details]

March 7, 2006 - - First Tuesday - - Library Service to Older Adults and the Baby Boomers [View Details]
Summary: 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 four librarians that attended the White House Conference on Aging as an "official" voting delegate. Charley Seavey and Allan discussed "Library Service to Older Adults and the Baby Boomers."

March 3, 2006 - - First Tuesday - - General Assembly Meeting [View Details]
Summary: 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.

February 28, 2006 - - LiS Limited Edition - - And the Winner Is! [View Details]
Summary: This is a short discussion of the Missouri Reader Award nominees. This features a call from Drew, who votes for his favorite Mark Twain nominee.

February 21, 2006 - - On the Job - - On The Job: Chris LeBeau interviews Deborah Schwarz [View Details]
Summary: Chris LeBeau interviews Deborah Schwarz, President of Library Associates, an information-focused organization dedicated to providing outstanding staffing and information management solutions to libraries, corporations, archives, museums, academia, hospitals, law firms and government agencies. Deborah began as a librarian, and later went on to build her organization. Deborah discusses the roll she plays in helping librarians and information professionals find interesting jobs.

The website for Library Associates is http://www.libraryassociates.com/index.php4

February 17, 2006 - - LiS Limited Edition - - ALISE 2006 [View Details]
Summary: Dr. Seavey interviews colleagues at the ALISE conference, January 2006.

February 16, 2006 - - HIB Spot - - HIB Spot--Studying Online Search Behaviors [View Details]
Summary: 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 information seeking in particular domains (medicine/health, law), while Dr Barry's research is about users' relevance criteria in information seeking. Since mid-2004, Wildemuth and Barry have been conducting a Delphi study about the variables that should be included in studies of online searching behaviors. Multiple facets related to the area are being included in their study, such as variables related to the person/user (demographic variables, the user's understanding/knowledge, and psychological/ personality variables) and variables related to the search process (search topics/tasks, search behaviors, and search outcomes). The guests will discuss the preliminary findings of this unique study and comment on their experiences in using Delphi method.

Links relevant to the program:

Delphi Project Website

Barbara Wildemuth's webpage - http://www.ils.unc.edu/~wildem/wildemuth.html

Carol Barry's vitae - http://slis.lsu.edu/faculty/barry.pdf

February 14, 2006 - - ShowMe Libraries - - Forever Free: Abraham Lincoln's Journey to Emancipation [View Details]
Summary: Forever Free: Abraham Lincoln's Journey to Emancipation is a traveling exhibit that traces Abraham Lincoln's gradual transformation from an antislavery moderate to his signing the Emancipation Proclamation. Join host, Linda Esser, as she talks to Jenny Beth (J.B.) Petty and Ann Baker about the exhibit, which is currently at the Meyer Library at Missouri State University in Springfield, MO.

Meyer Library website

February 7, 2006 - - First Tuesday - - First Tuesday--Government Information at the Crossroads [View Details]
Summary: 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.

February 2, 2006 - - LiS ClassCast - - 7380 Practicum in School Libraries ClassCast [View Details]
Summary: Orientation for Practicum in School Libraries, Winter 2006 semester. Project-based practicum will be explained. Q&A session. Required.

February 2, 2006 - - LiS ClassCast - - 9410 Information Resources in Business [View Details]
Summary: Course overview and preparation for Test I.

January 31, 2006 - - HIB Spot - - Information Behavior on the Web--Sanda Erdelez Interviews Brian Detlors [View Details]
Summary: The guest of the program is Dr. Brian Detlor (detlorb@mcmaster.ca), Associate Professor of Information Systems, DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University in Canada. Dr. Detlor's research focuses on the factors influencing information seeking on the Web, with particular emphasis on portal implementations found in library, corporate, government and virtual community contexts. His book Towards Knowledge Portals: From Human Issues to Intelligent Agents was published in 2004 by Springer.

Useful links: Dr. Detlor's website: http://www.business.mcmaster.ca/msis/profs/detlorb/

January 26, 2006 - - LiS ClassCast - - 9431 Library Materials for Children ClassCast [View Details]
Summary: Course Overview; Q&A session on topics related to class structure and projects.

January 17, 2006 - - ShowMe Libraries - - Beth Wakely Interview with Judy Schwentker [View Details]
Summary: 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.

December 13, 2005 - - HIB Spot - - HIB Spot: Interview with Dr. Kevin Rioux [View Details]
Summary: The guest of the program was Dr. Kevin Rioux, Assistant Professor at the Division of Information Science, St. John's University, NY. Dr. Rioux is the current chair of the Special Interest Group on Information Needs Seeking and Use (SIG USE) within the American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T). He shares the most interesting points from the recent 5th SIG USE Research Symposium on special populations in information behavior research.

Related links:

Kevin Rioux

SIG USE

December 8, 2005 - - On the Job - - On the Job: Karen Robinson interviews Laura Pirondi [View Details]
Summary: Join us for another installment of LiS Radio's "On the Job" series as Karen Robinson interviews Laura Pirondi, Reference/Nonprofit Librarian with the St. Charles City-County Library District.

December 6, 2005 - - First Tuesday - - First Tuesday: Charley Seavey interviews Janet Swan Hill [View Details]
Summary: Dr. Seavey interviews Janet Swan Hill, Associate Director for Technical Services, University of Colorado at Boulder Libraries, on the topics of map librarianship, librarian education, and cataloging.

December 6, 2005 - - LiS ClassCast - - LiS ClassCast: 9434 Booktalks 2 of 5 [View Details]
Summary: Booktalks by students in Dr. Esser's 9434 Teen Lit class. These booktalks are by Robin, Kyle, and Bill & Class.

December 6, 2005 - - LiS ClassCast - - LiS ClassCast: 9434 Booktalks, Part 4 of 5 [View Details]
Summary: Booktalks by Dr. Esser's 9434 Teen Lit class. These talks are by Shaen, Jennifer A, Lisa & Group, and Terzah.

December 6, 2005 - - LiS ClassCast - - LiS ClassCast: 9434 Booktalks, Part 5 of 5 [View Details]
Summary: Booktalks by Dr. Esser's 9434 Teen Lit Class. These booktalks are by Anne, Sherri R, Jennifer M, Julie, and the group of Sherri, Jeannette, and Janell.

December 6, 2005 - - LiS ClassCast - - LiS ClassCast: 9434 Booktalks, Part 3 of 5 [View Details]
Summary: 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.

December 6, 2005 - - LiS ClassCast - - LiS ClassCast: 9434 Booktalks, Part 1 of 5 [View Details]
Summary: Booktalks by Dr. Esser's 9434 Teen Lit Class. These booktalks are by Nicole, Michaela, Addie, and Sally & group.

December 1, 2005 - - On the Job - - On the Job: Chris LeBeau Interviews Kyle Winward [View Details]

November 17, 2005 - - On the Job - - On the Job: Karen Robinson interviews Sue McBroom [View Details]
Summary: Karen Robinson interviews high school librarian Sue McBroom.

November 11, 2005 - - LiS ClassCast - - LiS Classcast: Chris LeBeau Interviews Dan Bradbury [View Details]
Summary: Dan Bradbury, former director of the Kansas City Public Library, discusses the planning of the downtown Central Library, a rehab project of an old bank, finished last year. He talks about strategic planning, funding, rehab, community support, service models. This ClassCast accompanies the Facilities Unit in "Planning and Evaluation, 9410, Nov 2005.

November 10, 2005 - - On the Job - - On the Job: Chris LeBeau interviews Steve Potter [View Details]
Summary: 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 Human Resources Officer and is responsible for all facilities.

November 8, 2005 - - ShowMe Libraries - - ShowMe Libraries: Charley Seavey interviews Carolyn Trout [View Details]
Summary: Charley Seavey interviews Carolyn Trout, the director of the Joplin Public Library. They discuss collection development for adults, Carnegie libraries, and the author Patrick O'Brien.

November 3, 2005 - - On the Job - - On the Job: Karen Robinson interviews Jill Bright [View Details]
Summary: 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.

November 1, 2005 - - First Tuesday - - First Tuesday: Linda Esser interviews Mary Kay Chelton [View Details]
Summary: Featuring Mary Kay Chelton, of the Queens College GSLIS, and noted authority in the area of children's services and literature. Drs Esser and Chelton discuss library service to young adults. Charley Seavey also makes appearances in the discussion.

November 1, 2005 - - First Tuesday - - First Tuesday: Linda Esser, Charley Seavey, and Denice Adkins talk about romances [View Details]
Summary: Drs. Esser, Adkins, and Seavey talk about negative perceptions of romance readers in libraries.

October 27, 2005 - - On the Job - - On the Job: Chris LeBeau Interviews Jobeth Bradbury [View Details]
Summary: Jobeth planned and now manages the Combined Public Library/High School Media Center, a dynamic library in the heart of North Kansas City.

October 25, 2005 - - LiS ClassCast - - 9450 Research Methods [View Details]

October 20, 2005 - - On the Job - - On the Job: Karen Robinson interviews Tracy Byerly [View Details]
Summary: Tracy Rochow Byerly, Executive Director of the Missouri Library Network Corporation, provides leadership for the consortium through interaction with the MLNC Board of Directors, management of the MLNC, and service to the 300 member libraries. She received her MLS from UM-Columbia in 1993.

MLNC is the regional support and training provider for OCLC services and products, as well as the coordinating agency for Virtually Missouri.

October 18, 2005 - - LiS ClassCast - - LiS Classcast: Programming for Teens [View Details]
Summary: 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, her successful reading programs, and her book talks.

October 13, 2005 - - On the Job - - On the Job: Chris LeBeau interviews Kevin Nelson [View Details]
Summary: Guest: Kevin Nelson, manager of the Black & Veatch Central Library.

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 Company and through a strong client-service orientation.

October 11, 2005 - - ShowMe Libraries - - ShowMe Libraries: Charley Seavey interviews Sara Parker [View Details]
Summary: Dr. Charley Seavey interviews Sara Parker, state librarian of Missouri.

October 6, 2005 - - On the Job - - On the Job: Karen Robinson interviews Lisandra Carmichael [View Details]
Summary: Lisandra Carmichael is the Head of the Access Services Department at the UM-St. Louis Libraries. She is responsible for the Circulation, Reserves, MOBIUS/MERLIN, Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery, and Shelving Units. Her primary mission in the University Libraries is to meet the educational and research needs of the University community by providing access to the Libraries' facilities, materials and resources.

October 4, 2005 - - First Tuesday - - First Tuesday: Charley Seavey interviews Robert S. Martin [View Details]
Summary: Featuring Robert S. Martin, Lillian Bradshaw Endowed Chair in Library Science at Texas Woman's University, and former head of the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

September 27, 2005 - - LiS ClassCast - - 9434 Course Discussion [View Details]
Summary: Dr. Esser discusses booktalks with student and librarian Sally Snyder, and answers questions about getting access to the 9434 class blog.

September 20, 2005 - - HIB Spot - - Human Information Behavior [View Details]
Summary: The guest of this show was Dr. Karen Fisher from the University of Washington. Dr. Fisher, who is also a chair of ASIST SIG USE, (http://www.asis.org/SIG/SIGUSE/) talked about the book Theories of Information Behavior (http://books.infotoday.com/asist/theorofinbeh.shtml) (Information Today, 2006) that she recently co-edited. This program is of interest to all information professionals, researchers, and students who are curious about the recent developments in the field of human information behavior.

September 20, 2005 - - LiS ClassCast - - 9418 Class Overview [View Details]

September 6, 2005 - - First Tuesday - - Job Opportunities for Next Gen Librarians [View Details]

Early Shows, 2004-2005: The Experimental Phase

April 21, 2005 - - LiS ClassCast - - SISLT Library Science Radio Hour [View Details]

April 14, 2005 - - LiS ClassCast - - SISLT Library Science Radio Hour [View Details]

April 7, 2005 - - LiS ClassCast - - SISLT Library Science Radio Hour [View Details]

March 31, 2005 - - LiS ClassCast - - SISLT Library Science Radio Hour [View Details]
Summary: Dr. Denice Adkins interviews Dr. Doug Raber. Dr. Raber will be joining the SISLT faculty in the Fall of 2005.

March 17, 2005 - - LiS ClassCast - - SISLT Library Science Radio Hour [View Details]
Summary: This webcast focused on callers to the show.

March 10, 2005 - - LiS ClassCast - - SISLT Library Science Radio Hour [View Details]
Summary: This webcast focused on how to search using the Dialog system. Callers asked questions about the system.

March 3, 2005 - - LiS ClassCast - - SISLT Library Science Radio Hour [View Details]
Summary: This show focused around calls from students from Professor Seavey Winter 2005 classes.

February 24, 2005 - - LiS ClassCast - - SISLT Library Science Radio Hour [View Details]
Summary: This show focused on students who called into the program.

February 17, 2005 - - LiS ClassCast - - SISLT Library Science Radio Hour [View Details]
Summary: This program was for students enrolled in SISLT Course 9431: Library Materials for Children.

February 10, 2005 - - LiS ClassCast - - SISLT Library Science Radio Hour [View Details]

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