Martinique and Jen are thrilled to begin their podcast series in collaboration with the Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries of Illinois (CARLI) Instruction Committee! In this episode, Jen talks to committee members Mackenzie Salisbury and Marielle McNeal. They share a bit about about themselves, about CARLI and the Instruction Committee, and about why they… Continue reading Season 3, Episode 2: Partnering with CARLI
Jen and Martinique are back for a new episode in a new year! In this short conversation, they discuss some of the exciting things in store for The Library Sessions in the upcoming year. They’ll talk about an upcoming podcast series they’ll be doing with the CARLI Instruction Committee, what kind of audience participation they… Continue reading Season 3, Episode 1: Bring on 2019!
We know this episode is coming fast on the heels of our last one and it’s not posting on our usual Friday, but we wanted to make sure we got this up before the end of the year! This week, Jen and Martinique talk to Tish Hayes, Information Literacy Librarian at Moraine Valley Community College… Continue reading Season 2, Episode 6
In this episode, Martinique and Jen talk with Freeda Brook, Acquisition and Resource Management Librarian at Luther College. We talk about what benefits librarians might get from doing their own research and publishing and how that work can impact teaching in the library. Martinique and Freeda also share their current research project and where they… Continue reading Season 2, Episode 5: Librarians and the Peer Reviewed Research Process
Over the 2018 summer, Jen attended ACRL’s Immersion Program in St. Paul, Minnesota. In this episode, Jen and Martinique talk about how Immersion has changed since Martinique attended, what was most valuable and exciting about the new curriculum, and how this new Immersion might be useful for people. Jen had an excellent experience–we hope you… Continue reading Season 2, Episode 4: Reflecting on Immersion
It’s time for Part 2 of our fascinating conversation with Veronica Arellano Douglas and Joanna Gadsby. We continue to discuss their article “Gendered Labor and Library Instruction Coordinators: The Undervaluing of Feminized Work.” We also discuss some of the common challenges library instruction coordinators face, what instruction coordinators do (or what we think they should… Continue reading Season 2, Episode 3: Interview with Veronica Arellano Douglas and Joanna Gadsby – Part 2
Martinique and Jen are back with their first ever interview of guests they did not know previously in real life! We talk to Veronica Arellano Douglas and Joanna Gadsby, authors of the article “Gendered Labor and Library Instruction Coordinators: The Undervaluing of Feminized Work.” We talk about their research and how they came to be… Continue reading Season 2, Episode 2: Interview with Veronica Arellano Douglas and Joanna Gadsby – Part 1