New today from Against the Grain!
There are currently seven episodes available with plans to add more regularly.
Initial offerings are the audio recordings from the plenary presentations at 2016 Charleston Conference:
- Episode 1: Anja Smit, Utrect University – You Can’t Preserve What You Don’t Have – or Can You?
- Episode 2: James G. Neal, Columbia University – Libraries as Convener, Enabler, Distributor, Advocate, and Archive in the Future Knowledge Economy
- Episode 3: Kalev Leetaru, Georgetown University – Reimagining our World at Planetary Scale: The Big Data Future of our Libraries
- Episode 4: Hyde Park Debate – APC-Funded Open Access is Antithetical tothe Values of Librarianship, with Rick Anderson, University of Utah; Michael Levine-Clark, University of Denver; Alison Scott, UC Riverside.
- Episode 5: The Road Ahead: Patron Driven-Acquisition Might Become…with Rick Anderson, University of Utah and David Parker, Alexander Street Press
- Episode 6: Preservation of Digital Collections and Dark Archives, with Greg Suprock, Head of Solutions Architecture, Apex CoVantage; Craig Van Dyck, Executive Director of the CLOCKSS Archive; Jabin White,Vice President, Portico (Ithaka/JSTOR); David Pcolar, CTO, Digital Preservation Network; Michelle Paolillo- Digital Curation Services Lead, Cornell University.
- Episode 7: Building the Knowledge School, R. David Lankes, Director of the University of South Carolina School of Library and Information Science
- Episodes are online at http://www.ATGthePodcast.com
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