Introducing “Brought to You By” – a series of podcast shorts featuring interviews with UB Libraries’ staff. In this inaugural episode, undergraduate education librarian Bryan Sajecki has a conversation with technical services systems librarian Tim McCarthy, a 26-year employee of the University Libraries. McCarthy’s work helps ensure students, faculty and staff have hassle-free, reliable access to the Libraries’ wide range of digital and print resources.
Recent UB graduate Ram Batta interviews Hadar Borden, director of UB’s Blackstone LaunchPad, UB engineering librarian Erin Rowley and UB social sciences librarian Carolyn Klotzbach-Russell. Their conversation highlights the many innovative ways in which our librarians partner with LaunchPad to support students interested in developing entrepreneurship skills.
In this episode, Chris Hollister, Head of Scholarly Communication, and Joe Patton, Assistant Librarian discuss Open Educational Resources (OERs) and how the Libraries are taking the lead on this timely initiative at UB.
This episode features a conversation with environmental advocate Jim Gordon, recently retired Lead Programmer/Analyst for UB Libraries, and a discussion of the practical efforts made by UB librarians and staff to live and work sustainably.
This episode features a conversation with Sarah Cogley, Digital Archivist at UB, about the ongoing project to collect and document the various aspects of life at the University during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
In our first episode, Evviva Weinraub-Lajoie, Vice Provost for University Libraries, and Terry McCormack, Interim Associate University Librarian for Digital Strategies, discuss the UB Libraries’ response to the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on our services.