Category Archives: Podcasts

Choice to Launch Authority File – new sponsored podcast on academic librarianship

The Authority FileChoice has announced the launch of a new, sponsored podcast featuring conversations about academic libraries and librarianship, set to kick off Monday, July 31. The Authority File: a Choice podcast will feature weekly episodes in formats to include  author/editor conversations about new books and products, thought-leadership interviews and discussions, and technology and product case studies. Hosted by Choice editorial director Bill Mickey, The Authority File is part of the suite of new content marketing options Choice offers to sponsors and advertisers through Choice Custom Studios.

The first four Authority File episodes center on an hour-long conversation with Raymond Pun and Meggan Houlihan, editors of The First-Year Experience Cookbook (ACRL 2017). The discussion ranges widely, covering each of the speaker’s careers and the general state of first-year experience librarianship.

 “Choice has long been well known for quality reviews and bibliographic essays. We’re now pleased to provide engaging content for the academic library community in a new and accessible format,” says Choice editor and publisher Mark Cummings. “The Authority File will be the perfect accompaniment to our popular ACRL-Choice webinar series.”

The Authority File will be available on Choice’s website, and directly via iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher. It will also be accessible on the free ACRL-Choice app, available at the App store and Google Play.

To discuss becoming an Authority File sponsor, please contact Pam Marino at pmarino@ala-choice.org

ACRL Podcast: 2015 Vice-Presidential Candidates

In this podcast, ACRL Leadership Recruitment and Nominations Committee Chair Jill Gremmels talks with Scott Walter and Irene M.H. Herold, 2015 candidates for ACRL vice-president/ president-elect, about their potential plans for the association.

Time: 43:36

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Complete details on the 2015 ALA/ ACRL elections are available on the ACRL website.

About the Music:
The music in ACRL Podcasts is “Don’t you,” mixed by stefsax and available on ccMixter. The music is used under aCreative Commons Attribution 2.5 license.

ACRL Podcast: 2014 Vice-Presidential Candidates

In this podcast, C&RL News editor-in-chief David Free talks with Ann Campion Riley and Rickey D. Best, 2014 candidates for ACRL vice-president/ president-elect, about their potential plans for the association.

Time: 27:29

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Complete details on the 2014 ALA/ ACRL elections are available on the ACRL website.

About the Music:
The music in ACRL Podcasts is “Don’t you,” mixed by stefsax and available on ccMixter. The music is used under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 license.

ACRL Podcast: Value of Academic Libraries Summits White Paper and Update

In this podcast, C&RL News Editor-in-Chief David Free talks with ACRL Value of Academic Libraries Committee Co-Chairs Lisa Hinchliffe of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Megan Oakleaf of Syracuse University about the newly released white paper “Connect, Collaborate, and Communicate: A Report from the Value of Academic Libraries Summits” and the history and future of the ACRL Value of Academic Libraries Initiative.

Time: 11:56

Connect, Collaborate, and Communicate: A Report from the Value of Academic Libraries Summits” (PDF) is freely available on the ACRL website.

About the Music:
The music in ACRL Podcasts is “Don’t you,” mixed by stefsax and available on ccMixter. The music is used under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 license.

ACRL Podcast: Scenarios for the Future of the Book

In this podcast, ACRL President Joyce L. Ogburn talks with David J. Staley, director of the Harvey Goldberg Center for Excellence in Teaching in the History Department at Ohio State University, about his new ACRL research report “Future Thinking for Academic Libraries: Scenarios for the Future of the Book.”

Time: 14:26

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“Future Thinking for Academic Libraries: Scenarios for the Future of the Book” is available as a free download from the ACRL website (PDF).

About the Music:
The music in ACRL Podcasts is “Don’t you,” mixed by stefsax and available on ccMixter. The music is used under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 license.

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