Long Overdue: Libraries and Technology

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Conversations about Technology Trends in Today's Libraries

Long Overdue is a podcast for librarians that explores the impact that technology has had on the library industry, looks at current technology trends and explores what the future could hold.

Episode 13: Cultivating Your Library’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem, Part 6

Host Duncan Smith is joined by Daisy Magnus-Aryitey of NC IDEA, an organization dedicated to strengthening North Carolina’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.

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Episode 12: Libraries and Prenda Code Club: Building Curiosity and Community

Technology specialist Jesse Simms and Luke Miller of Prenda Code Club share how Buckeye Public Library in Arizona is empowering patrons of all ages to learn

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Episode 11: Cultivating Your Library’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem, Part 5

Host Duncan Smith is joined by Bill Kelly and Jennifer Jumba of Cuyahoga County Public Library in Ohio.

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Episode 10: Cultivating Your Library’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem, Part 4

Host Duncan Smith is joined by Amy Fisher and Morgan Perry of Mid-Continent Public Library (MCPL) in Kansas City, Missouri.

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Episode 9: Cultivating Your Library’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem, Part 3

Host Duncan Smith is joined by Janet Wurtzel, Business Consultant for the Delaware Division of Libraries, and Alta Porterfield, the Division’s Statewide Comm

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Episode 8: Cultivating Your Library’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem, Part 2

Host Duncan Smith is joined by Nancy Kishpaugh, genealogy and senior services coordinator at Independence Public Library in Kansas, and Jim Correll, director

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Episode 7: Cultivating Your Library's Entrepreneurial Ecosystem, Part 1

Rob Herndon, president of the Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative, joins Duncan Smith, founder of NoveList and EBSCO's chief strategist for public libraries,

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Episode 5: Marianne Castano Bishop

Marianne Castano Bishop, AKA Mian Bishop, Ed.D., Platform Product Manager at EBSCO, discusses the usability of library resources and accessibility (A11y) for

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