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Best SJSU podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best SJSU podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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This is an RSS 2.0 formatted XML feed produced by the San José State University School of Information iSchool. The purpose of this podcast is to provide a forum for faculty, alumni, and students to present their works/projects and to exchange research ideas. The media of this podcast is available as both video and audio. Captioned versions of this media are available on the SLIS Website.
 
This is my vlog. All videos posted here I have created. This vlog is about my family, hobbies, technology and San Jose State University. The videos posted here are all in Apple QuickTime format. If that format does not work for you there is a link on the side bar to a place where you may be able to find the same movies on Web places like YouTube.
 
The official Reed Magazine Podcast. Reed is the literary journal of San José State University and Silicon Valley, publishing fiction, nonfiction, poetry and visual art that reflect the valley's popular diversity, California roots and global connections. This year is Reed’s 150th anniversary. Reed is the oldest literary magazine west of the Mississippi. It also an integral part of Silicon Valley's cultural life. Reed enjoys a special relationship with downtown San José as the center of the re ...
 
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Everyone’s talking about it as a way to de-stress, be more productive, and improve mental health. It’s now a billion-dollar business that includes corporate trainings, apps, products, and online courses… but what actually is mindfulness, anyway? This webinar will examine the recent popularity of mindfulness in Western society, as well as its histor…
 
This is the tale of a podcast that focuses on archivists in conversation with archivists, discussing their work and passions and how they care for the historical record and present the storied past. Hosted by husband and wife archivist team Karen Trivette and Geof Huth. Access the captioned version of this webcast at https://youtu.be/uJqUvGNMDog…
 
Librarians are the gateway for change in our communities, in corporate America, and educational systems. In 2020, our society is still attempting to find ways to include all individuals by fostering the awareness of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). The problem with this notion is many fail to conquer the first step, which is being open-minde…
 
Did you know that there are good entry level (and up) positions in law libraries across the North America? Have you been misinformed that only librarians with a law degree are eligible for positions in law libraries? Are you aware that there are a variety of different types of law libraries and law library jobs available? If you are interested in t…
 
Not all archivists work in a library or academic setting, but they all face similar challenges—lack of necessary staff and resources. In this presentation, you’ll learn how one lone archivist transformed a religious archives in Detroit that had no computerized records, relevant finding aids, inventory of holdings, or open reading room into a respon…
 
Tech librarian and SJSU iSchool alumnus Ryan Gan will share his career journey and insights — how the classes he took, open source software and certifications, and self-driven, small-scale technology projects enabled him to change careers from public library branch manager to systems and technical services librarianship. Learn which iSchool classes…
 
Sustainability is now a core value of the profession but what does that actually mean? Get in on the ground floor of one of the most important issues facing our local and global communities with the co-chair of the American Library Association’s Special Task Force on Sustainability. From getting a better understanding of basic concepts such as “sus…
 
The European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect on May 25, 2018. The regulation is designed to protect the privacy rights and freedoms of individuals residing in the EU. However, the regulation is being deemed the new “gold standard” for privacy protection globally. Under GDPR, individuals have specific data subject ri…
 
Organizations that want to implement a new ECM solution or move from one ECM to another often underestimate the resources necessary to not only move but to improve business processes. ECM solutions should be implemented with full knowledge of their capabilities and the objective of improving the way employees work by taking advantage of all the fea…
 
Are you interested in increasing your understanding of transgender issues, changing your use of gendered language, and thinking about how to implement policies of inclusion? This webcast will share a basic understanding of the rich variety of gender identities and experiences, best practices for working with transgender patrons and communities, and…
 
What’s the first thing you think of when someone asks you about your trip to the zoo or aquarium? It’s likely the animal and marine life you encountered—not the records behind the scenes. But those institutions must show evidence of having modern (preferably electronic) records management systems for managing animal records, veterinary records, and…
 
Document and records management systems are awesome! That is, once they are up and running… But it takes time and hard work to get to that point. The benefits to a government’s or agency’s records program can be immense and the end justifies the means. Just how do you get there, though? Our speakers, Nathan Owens and Pari Swift, will share their jo…
 
Tamika Barnes of the Perimeter Library Services at Georgia State University will talk about her career prior to her current role and why she pursued a leadership position. She’ll share the surprises, the responsibilities, and her advice for those on the path to leadership and management. Don’t miss this webcast opportunity to walk in the shoes of a…
 
Public library leaders Heidi Murphy and Deb Sica share their interview, hiring, and career insights regarding the importance of soft skills to succeeding in the LIS world. Find out from insiders not only what strengths hiring managers are looking for when they’re interviewing you, but also why those strengths are so critically important to librarie…
 
National archives are often at the forefront in preserving the cultural heritage of the world, one nation at a time. However, not all archives are on equal footing. Archives' abilities to govern, preserve, and provide access to invaluable records is impacted by colonialism and post-colonialism, access to technology, and natural and man-made disaste…
 
Join members of the Council of State Archivists to hear about exciting and varied experiences in careers as government archivists and records managers. Guest speakers include the director of the Kansas state archives; an Illinois archivist who writes and edits state archives publications, manages grants, and is a records board deputy coordinator; a…
 
Please join the co-chairs of the iSchool's Leadership & Management Program Advisory Committee, Drs. Susan Alman and Cheryl Stenstrom, at 10:00 a.m. PDT for the final webinar in a four-part series on pursuing a career in leadership as an information professional. Each speaker will be sharing their perspective on the most important responsibilities a…
 
Please join the co-chairs of the iSchool's Leadership & Management Program Advisory Committee, Drs. Susan Alman and Cheryl Stenstrom, at 10:00 a.m. PDT for the third in a four-part series on pursuing a career in leadership as an information professional. Each speaker will be sharing their perspective on the most important responsibilities and attit…
 
Please join the co-chairs of the iSchool's Leadership & Management Program Advisory Committee, Drs. Susan Alman and Cheryl Stenstrom, at 10:00 a.m. PDT for the second in a four-part series on pursuing a career in leadership as an information professional. Each speaker will be sharing their perspective on the most important responsibilities and atti…
 
Please join the co-chairs of the iSchool's Leadership & Management Program Advisory Committee, Drs. Susan Alman and Cheryl Stenstrom, at 10:00 a.m. PDT for the first in a four-part series on pursuing a career in leadership as an information professional. Each speaker will be sharing their perspective on the most important responsibilities and attit…
 
Every industry presents its own unique properties and challenges in the management of physical and electronic records. In this presentation, you will be introduced to the ever expanding and important world of records management within the legal environment of a law firm setting. Access the captioned version of this webcast a https://youtu.be/KqX7Nr…
 
Correctional librarianship can be a rewarding career path or career entry point for librarians seeking to use their skills to improve lives and/or work with underserved populations. But what, exactly, is correctional librarianship? Where might you work, and what work might you do? Find answers to these and other questions about correctional librari…
 
You don’t have to be a STEM person to land jobs in the pharmaceutical industry. In fact, pharma companies are looking for a range of LIS skills, ones you can master in your iSchool program. Mindy Beattie, associate director of library & information services at Gilead Sciences, will share how the pharma industry lays out, various roles for informati…
 
iSchool students share experiences as researchers for the International Directory of National Archives, edited by Dr. Pat Franks and Dr. Anthony Bernier. IDNA will serve archivists, historians, and researchers with information about 198 national archives. Slated for publication in 2018, IDNA has allowed iSchool students and alumni to conduct resear…
 
This online presentation discusses the federal government’s use of social media and the balance between freedom of information and privacy. It will closely examine the social media platforms employed by the federal governments of five countries, along with a discussion of associated policies, reasons and issues. The guest speakers will also cover t…
 
This session will introduce the Certified Information Professional certification, how to prepare for the CIP exam, and review available resources for CIP candidates. Attendees will learn why and how the CIP was created, the intended audience, and how the CIP relates to other industry designations and training programs. Access the captioned version …
 
Public libraries offer a wide variety of career opportunities. The job duties may vary, but there are some common themes in terms of what hiring managers are looking for in strong job candidates. During this career development webcast, Jesse Walker-Lanz, library administrator and head of Adult and Digital Services at the County of Los Angeles Publi…
 
Continuous improvement is a method for identifying opportunities for streamlining work and reducing waste. The practice, formalized by the popularity of Lean/Kaizen in manufacturing and business, is now being used by thousands of companies worldwide to identify savings and process improvement opportunities. Cunniffe of Sanofi, a global pharmaceutic…
 
Cathleen Miller is an internationally best-selling American nonfiction writer based in California. Her 2013 book, Champion of Choice, is the biography of United Nations leader Nafis Sadik.She is also the author of Desert Flower (1998), co-written with Waris Dirie—a Somali nomad turned model turned activist—who shared her experience with female geni…
 
Cultural intelligence is a person’s capability to successfully adapt to new cultural settings, that is, for unfamiliar settings attributable to cultural context. It is only recently that cultural intelligence has surfaced as an element that can increase job performance, personal well‐being, and profitability. This talk will discuss an overview of c…
 
Cultural intelligence is a person’s capability to successfully adapt to new cultural settings, that is, for unfamiliar settings attributable to cultural context. It is only recently that cultural intelligence has surfaced as an element that can increase job performance, personal well‐being, and profitability. This talk will discuss an overview of c…
 
Join us for this candid talk with three teacher librarians as they share their day-to-day realities. Topics up for discussion include what makes the job fun, what they wish they knew when they began a career in teacher librarianship, and how they handle the special challenges presented by budgets, school populations, student and teacher needs, faci…
 
Join us for this candid talk with three teacher librarians as they share their day-to-day realities. Topics up for discussion include what makes the job fun, what they wish they knew when they began a career in teacher librarianship, and how they handle the special challenges presented by budgets, school populations, student and teacher needs, faci…
 
Diversity, multiculturalism, critical race theory, aversive racism, and micro-aggressions are all buzz words that we hear about and note the rolling eyes when mentioned. Aren’t we past the need to consider these issues, “We have a Black president” or are we “post racial?” If so, why are we still having issues of diversity? These are the common refr…
 
Diversity, multiculturalism, critical race theory, aversive racism, and micro-aggressions are all buzz words that we hear about and note the rolling eyes when mentioned. Aren’t we past the need to consider these issues, “We have a Black president” or are we “post racial?” If so, why are we still having issues of diversity? These are the common refr…
 
Are you thinking about working in the public library setting? Wondering if this career path is a good fit for you? Join Ryan Gan, MLIS alumnus, and learn how he navigated his career, the skills and experience needed to be successful in today’s public library, and what it's like to supervise a branch library.…
 
Are you thinking about working in the public library setting? Wondering if this career path is a good fit for you? Join Ryan Gan, MLIS alumnus, and learn how he navigated his career, the skills and experience needed to be successful in today’s public library, and what it's like to supervise a branch library.…
 
Come to this session and find out what you should do when applying for jobs in both public and research libraries. Our guest speakers will tell you what they are looking for in applicants, how to properly prepare for the interview, and provide tips on how to transfer your current skills to library work. You don’t want to miss this discussion with h…
 
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