Lady in the Stacks

Lady in the Stacks

By Indie Stacks
All things library-related, including interviews and thought-provoking discussions - with some laughs thrown in.
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Jack Mevorah: Library Architecture and the Evolution of Browsing
Jack Mevorah, VP of Architecture for Cannon Design, joins me to discuss the process involved in designing and building libraries - and some thoughts about the recent news about Hunters Point Library in Queens, New York. Jack’s LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jackmevorah Cannon Design: cannondesign.com “Bibliotech: Why Libraries Matter More Than Ever in the Age of Google” by John Palfrey Music: Audionautix - “Words” (CC Attribution 3.0)
46:32
November 10, 2019
Ep. 2: Sam Cook: Copyright, Fair Use, and Creative Commons Licensing
Returning guest Sam Cook, a Systems Librarian, will chat with me about copyright law and how the concept of fair use impacts library programs and marketing. We’ll also discuss some other copyrighting options available to consumers and creators. [Disclaimer: neither Sam nor myself are lawyers. Please do not take anything discussed in this podcast as legal advice!] Sam’s Twitter: @samspenguins Sam’s Instagram: samspenguins Sam’s website: https://samepenguins.com/index.php Music: Audionautix - "Words" (CC Attribution 3.0)
1:06:26
October 4, 2019
S2 Episode 1: Bob Anstett - Artificial Intelligence in Public Libraries
Robert “Bob” Anstett, the Coordinator for Digital Initiatives for Broward County Libraries in South Florida, returns to the podcast to discuss artificial intelligence in libraries and some of the ethical issues involved. Creation StationLabs: http://www.broward.org/Library/Pages/CreationStation.aspx Bob’s website: http://www.robertanstett.com/ Bob’s email: BOB@robertanstett.com Bob on Twitter: @r_anstett Cnet.com article: Google’s smart home ecosystem is a complete mess (https://www.cnet.com/news/googles-smart-home-ecosystem-is-a-complete-mess/) Life 3.0 by Max Tegmark: https://www.amazon.com/Life-3-0-Being-Artificial-Intelligence-ebook/dp/B06WGNPM7V Amazon DeepRacer: https://aws.amazon.com/deepracer/ Music: Audionautix - "Words" (CC Attribution 3.0)
41:47
September 14, 2019
Ep. 9: Vince: The Power of Comics in Libraries
   Vince, a library worker in California, talks with me about his passion for comics and graphic novels in libraries. Vince’s Twitter: @vinceyface  Vince’s Instagram: Instagram.com/thevinylbook Queer Comics For Queer Kids (list): https://www.dropbox.com/s/dpfj7bh6lis3ssr/LGBTQIA%20Graphic%20Novels%20List_1.docx?dl=0 Music: Audionautix - "Words" (CC Attribution 3.0)
33:19
May 10, 2019
Ep. 8: Miranda Dube: Library Services For Sexual and Domestic Violence Survivors
   Miranda Dube, an Adjunct Faculty Librarian at the University of New Hampshire Manchester library, discusses the importance of offering library services for survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Miranda’s Twitter: @blssfllybookish Hashtag to follow: #LibrariansForSurvivors Music: Audionautix - "Words" (CC Attribution 3.0)
34:26
May 5, 2019
Ep. 7: Hadley Staite: How Ontario’s Budget Cuts Affect Libraries, and What We Can Do About It
   Hadley State, a graduate student  and library worker in Ontario, Canada, discusses the recent provincial budget cuts – the real and potential ramifications as well as how the library community is responding.  Hadley’s Twitter: @Hadgetron6  Hashtags to follow: #SaveOntarioLibraries #SaveOurLibraries  Facebook Group:  https://www.facebook.com/SaveOurLibrariesOntario/  Change.org petition  Music: Audionautix - "Words" (CC Attribution 3.0)
52:19
April 28, 2019
Ep. 6 Amanda Hua: Fandom Programming
   Amanda Hua, a Children’s Librarian in Seattle, discusses fandom programming. Amanda’s Twitter: @amandagracehua Music: Audionautix - "Words" (CC Attribution 3.0)
29:42
April 14, 2019
Ep. 5 - All About Indie!
In this special episode, I answer some questions about...myself! Music: Audionautix - "Words" (CC Attribution 3.0)
13:04
April 10, 2019
Ep. 4: Sam Cook: The Case for Fine-free Public Libraries
Sam Cook, a Systems Librarian, penguin champion, and fine-free library advocate, will discuss his research into the issue of fines and why the data supports eliminating them in public libraries. Sam’s Twitter: @samspenguins Sam’s Instagram: samspenguins Sam’s website: https://samepenguins.com/index.php Music: Audionautix - "Words" (CC Attribution 3.0)
38:48
April 3, 2019
Ep. 3 Lindsay Hall: Building a Resilient Library
Lindsay Hall, a Library Media Specialist with the District of Columbia Public Schools, shares with us how she has built a resilient library at an urban Title I school. Lindsay’s Twitter: @llyndzei Lindsay’s Blog: https://onnonfiction.wixsite.com/website Music: Audionautix - "Words" (CC Attribution 3.0)
22:42
March 16, 2019
Ep. 2 Bob Anstett and the Creation Station Lab
Robert “Bob” Anstett, the Coordinator for Digital Initiatives for Broward County Libraries in South Florida, discusses technology and libraries, including the Creation Station Lab he manages that serves the technology needs of patrons. Creation Station Labs (Broward County Library): http://www.broward.org/Library/Pages/CreationStation.aspx  Bob’s website: http://www.robertanstett.com/ Bob’s email: BOB@robertanstett.com Bob on Twitter: @r_anstett Music: Audionautix - "Words" (CC Attribution 3.0)
54:39
March 10, 2019
Ep. 1 Ciro Scardina and His Top Ten Read Aloud Tips
Ciro Scardina, a SLJ Mover and Shaker, talks about his experiences as a teacher-librarian in New York City. Passionate about read alouds, he shares with us his top ten tricks and tips for a successful read aloud. If you do read alouds professionally (as I do), you won’t want to miss this episode! Ciro Scardina: https://www.ciroscardina.com/ Ciro’s email: cscardina@gmail.com PS: There were a few minor technical glitches; they should be worked out by the next podcast! Music: Audionautix - "Words" (CC Attribution 3.0)
40:46
March 2, 2019
Episode 0.5 Welcome to Lady in the Stacks!
February 11, 2019 Welcome to Lady In The Stacks! I'm Indie and I'll be your navigator through the interesting and ever-evolving world of libraries. Once I nail down the format and line some some interviews, I'll be uploading podcasts on a more regular basis. Please email me (erinlibrarian@erincollierplummer.com) if you are interested in being a guest on my podcast.  Music: Audionautix - "Words" (CC Attribution 3.0)
05:00
February 27, 2019