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Kat Moody is a reformed museum professional who works in public libraries and has been adventuring around the GLAMR sector since the nineties. In the United Kingdom, Kat worked in the libraries and / or archives of various military museums and in New Zealand, after various adventures, is now based with Christchurch City Libraries. In this episode we discussed: Tūranga – Christchurch Central Library.Caring for the communities following the Canterbury earthquakes: How the GLAM sector responded. FingerTip Library at Christchurch City Libraries.National Digital Forum.Canterbury 100.Reflections on the commemoration of World War One conference.#KnitWithTurbittNDuck“Empty” – by Kat Moody for Library Whisperers.Follow Kat’s crochet porgs on Instagram – @porgsofrangioraWartime Knitting Revived.“A Bit of a Stink” – Kat Moody for Christchurch City Libraries. Kat’s suggestion for our listeners: Do: something you enjoy at work, or go outside for a nice walk at lunch time, take some time to think or reflect, or have a play on Trove or Papers Past and find a random story about library toilets! This episode is sponsored by PINEAPPLE GLAM. We love comments and reviews so let us know what you thought of this episode by leaving a review and rating on iTunes or share the podcast with a friend! And make sure you follow us on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook . Sally & Amy Music by Richard Frohlich and sound by Inspector J
Turbitt & Duck travelled to Coffs Harbour in November to record live interviews with delegates and keynotes at SWITCH 2018. SWITCH is the NSW Public Libraries Association’s annual conference with delegates from all over NSW in attendance. There’s a focus on building partnerships with local councils, advocacy, library new builds and renovations and library funding. Take a look at #SWITCH2018 on Twitter to see the wide ranging issues and work being done in NSW public libraries. We spoke to Councillor Dallas Tout from the NSWPLA Executive Committee, Paula Kelly Paull from Hobsons Bay City Council, Gavin Carnegie from Local Government Professionals Australia NSW, Theresa Jude from Lachlan Shire Library Services and Robert Knight, Executive Director, Riverina Regional Library. In this episode we discussed: NSWPLA and what they do.Condobolin Library renovation.The Geography of Yes – Leonee Ariel DerrRenew Our Libraries – if you live in NSW, please take the time to contact your local MP and ask them for more funding for NSW public libraries! And here’s homework from Gavin Carnegie! Gavin suggests saying yes to everything is not the answer to creating opportunities. It’s about being selective and choosing projects, activities, roles that pique your existing interests. @UrzilaCarlson’s TED talk is his inspiration for this. https://t.co/VBAmfmNYG2 #SWITCH2018— Turbitt & Duck (@TurbittNDuck) November 29, 2018 This episode is sponsored by PINEAPPLE GLAM. We love comments and reviews so let us know what you thought of this episode by leaving a review and rating on iTunes or share the podcast with a friend! And make sure you follow us on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook and you can join our Facebook group – The Fish Pond! Join us to chat and support each other in our GLAM work. Sally & Amy Music by Richard Frohlich and sound by Inspector J
Sabine Weber-Beard works for the Far North District Libraries as the Systems Librarian for all six branches and also manages the smallest in Kaeo. She is active in the New Zealand library community, as the Northland Ambassador for the National Digital Forum, a member of the LIANZA Hikuwai committee and she is also on the wider working group to get the WLIC2020 to Auckland. Sabine’s passion for her work, asking why and finding solutions will leave you feeling energised and excited about libraries! In this episode we discuss: LIANZA Hikuwai committee National Digital Forum Bine’s award for National Outstanding Service to Public Libraries Award  IFLA World Library & Information Congress 2020 in , Auckland 2020 Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s IFLA video Sabine’s Instagram account! Bine’s suggestions for our listeners: Read – something for pleasure. Do – Smile and ask. If you want to find out something, ask. If you don’t ask, you won’t find out. Think – positive. Do – Roll with it! This episode is sponsored by PINEAPPLE GLAM. We love comments and reviews so let us know what you thought of this episode by leaving a review and rating on iTunes or share the podcast with a friend! And make sure you follow us on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook and you can join our Facebook group – The Fish Pond! Join us to chat and support each other in our GLAM work. Sally & Amy Music by Richard Frohlich and sound by Inspector J
Maeva Masterson is the Manager Library Sector Services at Northern Territory Library. Maeva began her career in the Australian Army before making the jump to library services. With more than 15 years’ experience in working in both remote locations and internationally, Maeva is a results-focused library services professional providing strategic advice enabling Northern Territory Libraries to become sustainable leaders with a focus on best practice and innovation. In this episode we discuss: Galiwin’ku in East Arnhem Land Innovative pilot in Galiwin’ku Community Library: classifying library collections according to local cultural concepts Galiwin’ku library closes book on the Dewey Decimal System to prioritise Yolngu culture Northern Territory public libraries Homework from Maeva: Visit your local library or workplace and think about the following questions: What does your library reflect? What world view is expressed? Does your library only reflect the standard Australian (or New Zealand or American) world view or does it have the capacity to reflect back to marginalised members of the community? Does the space recognise that their world views and knowledge are just as important? This episode is sponsored by PINEAPPLE GLAM. We love comments and reviews so let us know what you thought of this episode by leaving a review and rating on iTunes or share the podcast with a friend! And make sure you follow us on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook and you can join our Facebook group – The Fish Pond! Join us to chat and support each other in our GLAM work. Sally & Amy Music by Richard Frohlich and sound by Inspector J
Edward Luca is a library practitioner and researcher. He spends most of his time as Manager, Academic Services at the University of Sydney Library, but also dabbles in teaching, research, and anything shiny that appear in front of him. Edward describes research as his side hustle and he is actively involved in research on user experience, scholarly communication practices, embedded librarianship and systematic review processes. Edward speaks eloquently about why librarian-researcher collaborations are crucial for knowledge sharing and the importance of co-authorship on academic papers in demonstrating library impact in research. In this episode we discuss: Library Signage By Design: A Design-Thinking Approach to Library User Experience Complete list of Edward’s research and writing. Recommendations from Edward: Kate Bush – Hounds of Love, Side 2. Don’t forget candles and/or bath! Think about your job. Think about one particular problem or particular thing that irks you and chat to your clients about it. What do they think? Is it a problem for them? What would make things better? We love comments and reviews so let us know what you thought of this episode by leaving a review and rating on iTunes or share the podcast with a friend! And make sure you follow us on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook and you can join our Facebook group – The Fish Pond! Join us to chat and support each other in our GLAM work. Sally & Amy Music by Richard Frohlich and sound by Inspector J  
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