SirsiDynix Institute Webinar
What's New in Podcasting?
David Free, Public Services Librarian,
Decatur Campus Library, Georgia Perimeter College
Tuesday, June 5, 2007, 11 a.m. - noon Eastern / 8 a.m. - 9 a.m. Pacific
In the year since the SirsiDynix Institute first examined podcasting (May of 2006), there have been many exciting developments with this emerging technology. Mainstream news and entertainment media have embraced both audio and video podcasts as a method of distributing information and creating community. There are now tens of thousands of podcasts of all types included in the iTunes music store. Educational uses of podcasts to deliver lectures and other content have proliferated. And more libraries than ever are producing podcasts or considering podcasting as part of their teaching and marketing efforts.
This presentation builds on the previous SirsiDynix Institute podcasting series by examining developments in the library podcasting landscape over the past year, including a look at (and listen to) new podcasts created by and for the library community. Tips for considering, planning, creating, evaluating, and sustaining a podcasting program at your library are also included. Learn how to create quality podcasts that will engage your audience from one of the first library podcasters.
To listen to the previous podcast-themed SirsiDynix Institute events, click on these links: http://www.sirsidynixinstitute.com/seminar_page.php?sid=62
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David Free is the Public Services librarian at the Decatur Campus Library of Georgia Perimeter College. He produces the Georgia Perimeter College libraries' podcasts and is the podcast editor of The Chattahoochee Review literary quarterly. Free holds a Master of Library and Information Science degree from Clark Atlanta University and a master's in English from Georgia State University. He blogs at davidsrandomstuff.blogspot.com.
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