In this episode of the SLA Europe podcast, Dennie Heye interviews Kate Arnold who was voted SLA fellow during the SLA conference.
this podcast, Melanie talks to Dennie Heye about the importance of developing a strong link between the deliverables of the library to customers’ most pressing problems. Melanie explains how she uses marketing techniques like value statements and value propositions to ensure the library is seen as a vaulable, strategic partner and not an overhead.
In this podcast, Hans talks with Dennie Heye about the concept of privacy and how in a networked world privacy is changing. The Internet’s permanence, replicability, scale and searchability should affect the way we think about privacy going forward. We actively have to think about the trade offs and Hans provides advice on what we can do ourselves.
In this podcast our hosts Geraldine Clement-Stoneham and Dennie Heye discuss the value of being a member of SLA: the networking opportunities, career advice and putting skills like leadership and organizing into practice.
In this podcast, recorded at the annual SLA conference in Philadelphia, Geraldine Clement-Stoneham talks to Samuel Wiggins and Natalia Madjarevic. They are two of the four recipients of an Early Career Conference Award and were attending the conference for the first time. Geraldine talks to them about their impressions and take aways from the conference.
In this interview, Geraldine Clement-Stoneham and Dennie Heye interview Deb Hunt, president-elect candidate.
Podcast: Interview with Ulla de Stricker, co-author of “The information and knowledge professional’s career handbook: define and create your success”
In this episode Dennie interviews Ulla de Stricker, co-author of a new career book with Jill Hurst-Wahl: “The information and knowledge professional’s career handbook: define and create your success”.
At long last, as promised, here is the recording of November’s SLA Europe event on Escaping the Echo Chamber. They are quite large files, so apologies if it’s a slow download! It’s in two parts – second, Ned Potter and Laura Woods discuss breaking out of the echo chamber.
At long last, as promised, here is the recording of November’s SLA Europe event on Escaping the Echo Chamber. They are quite large files, so apologies if it’s a slow download! It’s in two parts – first, Bethan Ruddock and Jo Anderson speak about Voices for the Library: