Date(s) - 10/15/2019
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
After catching on sometime in 2004, podcasts have become amazingly popular including a recent spike of new listeners over the past year. Covering an array of topics from crime to politics to productivity, it seems like there is a podcast for almost everything. The library’s relationship with podcasts can take a variety of forms from reader’s advisory to creating your own. This course will define and discuss podcasts, the best ways to find them, how podcasts can be implemented into the library, and the basics of creating your own.
Discuss searching for podcasts
List requirements for podcast listening
Discuss reader’s advisory and podcasts
List steps for creating a basic podcast
Biography ~ Megan Bryant
Megan Bryant is the Library Services and Technology Trainer for Amigos Library Services. Her courses focus on topics relevant to public libraries as well as programming/outreach and technology trends relevant to all types of libraries. Megan has worked for Amigos since January 2015 in the Membership, Management Services, and Member Discount Services departments. She attended Texas Woman’s University and has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English as well as a Master of Library Science.
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