Due Knowledge

Due Knowledge

By Harry Brake
- Public to School, School to Public Librarianship - This is a podcast tying together the public and school librarianship connections. Led by Donna Carter and Harry Brake. This episode utilizes a cell phone interview, WITH the snowball microphone, in place of using JUST the cellphone as the microphone in the last podcast - do you notice the difference?
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Mid May Corona Meanderings
The pandemic has enveloped everyone, now what?  We use the snowball microphone with cellphone this episode compared to just using the cell phone alone as in last episode- can you tell the difference?
28:56
May 11, 2020
Due Knowledge is Here! Episode I
We have settled on our suggested name for our Site thanks to Logan Frye- So be on the look out for our new Title....(Drumroll....)   Due Knowledge!   We love it!   This episode we explore our initial reactions to everything Quarantine and Librarians!  We have settled on using a cell phone (Safe Distancing)  Thank you Samsung! - to bring in Donna Carter, Public School Librarian on his Dell  with Harry Brake from Woodbridge High School - with no other mic!  It is possible!  However, next podcast we will demonstrate what difference it makes when we talk (Safe Distancing) using the cell phone, a studio mic, and the computer  - so you can hear the difference!  Thanks for "checking in!"
17:11
April 15, 2020
Classic Upward Bound and the Coronavirus Experience
Upward Bound participants reflect on the Coronavirus impacts.  Salma and Kalil offer the initial experience into this pandemic in Delaware from a student experience. 
14:57
March 14, 2020
Returning to Pay It Forward Segment 2 of 2
What happens when the philosophy of Paying It Forward begins?  We hear  the grassroots plan by guest Darshil Patel do just that, this podcast  led by Upward Bound students on what giving back to your community can  look like.  Same questions, different style and responses, led by Upward Bound students from schools all over Sussex County.
18:24
February 14, 2020
Returning to Pay It Forward Segment 1 of 2
What happens when the philosophy of Paying It Forward begins?  We hear the grassroots plan by guest Darshil Patel do just that, this podcast led by Upward Bound students on what giving back to your community can look like.
19:55
February 12, 2020
Scenari-you Second Segment American Dirt and Entrepreneurship
While a echo-y and rough test of what can be done with podcasting from   afar and close - we delve back into student's input on the idea of the   controversy surrounding American Dirt.  Please excuse the rough sound  of  this episode as students are experimenting with the capabilities and   techniques of podcasting while addressing issues that come out from   literature around us.
31:39
February 8, 2020
Scenari-You
Welcome to a new segment where we take a current news topic or Scenario, present it to young people and see where we go with it, turning this into a ScenariYou!   This week we take the topic of the controversy surrounding the book - American Dirt and see what connections and discussion topics students make with this scenario starter!
31:36
January 30, 2020
The Third Space Segment 3
Does a Third Space exist for students? Is it essential? We revisit  this topic with the third of three segments, adding this resource  relating to the idea of The Third Space -  https://mrlibrarydude.wordpress.com/2019/04/05/the-library-as-a-third-place/ Listen to our first segment here - https://anchor.fm/dashboard/episode/ea4bi4 Our second segment here- https://anchor.fm/dashboard/episode/ea4bi4 and an initial article on this idea of The Third Space : https://www.dropbox.com/s/mj41siumy1e1du7/The%20Third%20Space.pdf?dl=0 Stay tuned for future views on the connections made between public libraries and public libraries.
15:03
January 12, 2020
The Third Space Segment 2 January 11, 2020
Does a Third Space exist for students? Is it essential? We revisit this topic with the second of three segments, adding this resource relating to the idea of The Third Space - https://www.sconul.ac.uk/sites/default/files/documents/3_18.pdf Listen to our first segment here - https://anchor.fm/dashboard/episode/ea4bi4 and an initial article on this idea of The Third Space :  https://www.dropbox.com/s/mj41siumy1e1du7/The%20Third%20Space.pdf?dl=0&fbclid=IwAR3GphG3bNmVJfD4Tc7MRS9ggv7zyPe3xLqzgRDFZoja0TVCfwn_78Ut300 Stay tuned for segment three with more students on this topic.  
22:46
January 12, 2020
Third Space Segment 1
The Third Space and Library perceptions vs realities from student perspectives. Does a Third Space exist for students?  Is it essential?   Read more on this ideal here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/mj41siumy1e1du7/The%20Third%20Space.pdf?dl=0  and hear how students feel about this and how it applies to them when it come to libraries and schools.   Segment 1 of 3
24:02
January 11, 2020
2020 Visions for Public and School Librarians
This is one of many episodes where we seek out your suggestions for titles of our new podcast series involving educators and teens alike.
17:33
January 1, 2020