Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Podcast for library science class

A couple weeks ago, Beth Wrenn-Estes interviewed me about intellectual freedom for the online library science class she's teaching for San Jose State University.

There are two podcasts. The first can be found here, and the second, here.

I'm never quite as articulate in these as I'd like, but I'm sure there's a lesson in that, too. But it was fun to talk to Beth, who used to work for the Douglas County Libraries, and now, with her husband Mark, will be moving to California.

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