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18Episodes
Category: Education

In this podcast series, we engage with UB faculty, students and staff through in-depth conversations to discover the connections between the Libraries and current research, learning, teaching and creative activities underway at the university.

June 16, 2022

Episode 18: All Things Joyce

Host Erin Hartnett, Director of Advancement for University Libraries, has a lively conversation with James Maynard, Curator, and Alison Fraser, Assistant Curator, of UB’s Poetry Collection. We learn about how the James Joyce Collection came to be in Buffalo, events happening this year to celebrate 100 years of the publication of Ulysses, and future plans for a new James Joyce Museum in Buffalo.

April 11, 2022

Episode 17: Brought to You By

In this podcast episode, undergraduate education librarian Bryan Sajecki chats with Leslie Feldballe, Cataloging and Metadata Librarian, about her choice of a career in librarianship rather than archaeology, her role as a cataloger in the UB Libraries’ Discovery Services unit, and her work with the SUNY Library Consortium’s Metadata Standards and Policies Working Group.

March 10, 2022

Episode 16: Digging into Digital Scholarship

Catch our latest podcast episode and discover what’s happening in UB’s Digital Scholarship Studio and Network (DSSN). Digital Scholarship Librarian Natalia Estrada and DSSN Co-Directors Cristanne Miller and Stacy Snyder join host Nicole Thomas for a lively conversation about services available to UB faculty and students interested in developing interdisciplinary digital content for teaching, projects and research.

December 15, 2021

Episode 15: Brought to You By

In this podcast short, undergraduate education librarian Bryan Sajecki speaks with Deborah Chiarella, liaison to the UB Department of Music and the Department of Theatre and Dance. The two discuss Deb’s career path, her work with student and faculty musicians at UB and in the community, and the wide range of materials, including scores, parts, and CDs, available in the Music Library.

December 9, 2021

Episode 14: Introducing Rebecca Chapman

In this episode, UB Libraries Communications Outreach Officer Denise Wolfe speaks with Rebecca Chapman, Undergraduate Law and Indigenous Outreach Librarian. Chapman discusses her interest in Indian law, her role in supporting the new UB Department of Indigenous Studies, and her work with undergraduate students interested in pursuing law as a career.

December 8, 2021

Episode 13: You’re Invited!

Join us for a lively conversation about the Libraries Book Club and Genealogy Group. Lori Widzinski chats with Kathy O’Brien and Jill Hackenberg to learn more about these two interest groups hosted by the Libraries and open to everyone in the community.

December 8, 2021

Episode 12: Copy That – Part 1

Introducing “Copy That,” a series of episodes exploring the subject of copyright. In this episode, Karlen Chase, Scholarly Publishing Specialist for UB Libraries, discusses the first steps in determining whether or not a creative or scholarly work is protected by copyright.

September 30, 2021

Episode 11: Return to Campus – Part 4

Host Nicole Thomas speaks with Stacy Snyder, Co-Director, Digital Scholarship Studio & Network (DSSN) about some of the DSSN presentations planned for this semester.  In the second part of this episode, Cynthia Tysick, Head of UB Libraries Educational Services Team, discusses upcoming projects and returning to in-person learning for fall 2021.

September 30, 2021

Episode 10: Return to Campus – Part 3

Library spaces and services for fall 2021 are the focus of a discussion featuring Sarah Patton, Abbott Library Evening Supervisor; Marnie Mancuso, Facilities Planning and Management Officer; and Paul Whiting, Lockwood Library Evening Supervisor.

September 30, 2021

Episode 9: Return to Campus – Part 2

In this episode, Nicole Thomas, Undergraduate Education Librarian, speaks with Brian Detweiler, Associate Director of the Charles B. Sears Law Library about services and resources available to faculty, staff and students in the Law Library.