In the final episode of our first season, I’m telling you about the intention and future of the program, and a little more about myself. I’m also putting out a call for bloggers, contributors, innovators and visionaries! Collaborate with me- send an email to lindsay dot cronk at gmail dot com! Stay tuned for changes coming.
It’s our ninth webisode, and we’re lucky to be joined by Whitni Watkins, intrepid Web Systems Engineer at Analog Devices and long-time LITA Blogger. Watch this ‘sode, read her posts, and check out her web presence. Begin Transmission will return on 9/26/2016!
Thank you to everyone who participated in my feedback survey! I have parsed the results (a little less than 100 responses) and I’m currently thinking through format changes. I’ll give a full update on the changes to come and more after we conclude our initial ten interviews in October. Stay tuned, faithful viewers. In today’s webisode, I am joined by one of my personal all-time favorite librarians and colleagues, Michael Rodriguez. Michael is Electronic Resources Librarian at the University of Connecticut. Enjoy his perspectives on one of my favorite topics, librarianship in the intersection of collections, technology, and discovery. Begin Transmission will return September 12th.
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Jacob Shelby, intrepid metadata librarian (formerly at Iowa State, now at NCSU) enters the thunderdome joins us for a lively conversation about the importance of coding/tech literacy for librarians. Read his LITA Blog posts, and join the conversation on twitter @ALA_lita #litavlogs. Begin Transmission will return June 27th.
In this action-packed fifth installment, Begin Transmission is joined by the inimitable Leanne Mobley. She’s a LITA blogger, Scholarly Technologies Librarian at Indiana University, and a makerspace proponent. Stay tuned for another Transmission, Monday, June 13th!
In a fun-filled fourth episode, Begin Transmission sits down with John Klima, Assistant Director at the Waukesha Public Library and LITA Blogger. Learn about Klima’s commitment to public service and steampunk expertise. Begin Transmission will return with our fifth episode on May 31st.
In our third episode of Begin Transmission, we’re lucky enough to sit down with none other than Cinthya Ippoliti. Cinthya is a LITA Blogger and Associate Dean for Research and Learning Services at Oklahoma State University. Enjoy her library tech wisdom and perspectives in this short interview. Begin Transmission will return May 15, 2016.
Welcome back to Begin Transmission, the biweekly vlog interview series. Joining me for today’s discussion is none other than Brianna Marshall, our fearless leader here at the LITA Blog. Remember to follow her on Twitter @notsosternlib. Begin Transmission will return May 2nd! Stay tuned.
Welcome to the new LITA Vlog series, Begin Transmission. Every two weeks your host (that’s me) will sit down with a guest to talk about libraries, tech, the state of the profession, and their thoughts on LITA. Begin Transmission will provide another channel for you to learn from your fellow LITA members. I hope you’ll enjoy this first episode, featuring LITA Blogger Marlon Hernandez. When he’s not writing seriously interesting posts for the blog, he’s working for NASA Jet Propulsion Lab. He has a truly unique perspective on the profession. Look for our next transmission dropping here on the LITA Blog on Monday, April 18th.