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Thursday, March 7 • 1:30pm - 2:45pm
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We've been broadcasting and podcasting for nine years as "Lost in the Stacks, the research-library rock'n'roll radio show." We're applying all the lessons we've learned from audio storytelling and the podcast boom to make our conference presentations more engaging, more innovative, and more compelling.

In this session, we will demonstrate a presentation style based on live-radio aesthetics that combines loops, samples, and audience recordings. We'll also guide attendees through exercises in audio cutting, ideation, and audience engagement based on our experience in radio and podcasts.

Community Notes​​​

Conveners
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Charlie Bennett

Public Engagement Librarian, Georgia Tech Library
In the course of my programming-librarian career, I have turned into a hybrid radio/podcast librarian. I co-host two radio shows on WREK Atlanta: I am one of several interviewers for The North Avenue Lounge and I am part of the team that produces Lost in the Stacks, the one-and-only... Read More →
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Ameet Doshi

Librarian, Georgia Tech
Ameet Doshi was born in Chicago and worked as a librarian in Illinois and North Carolina before joining Georgia Tech where he serves as the subject librarian for the School of Public Policy. His research interests include: assessing the user experience, bibliometrics, trendspotting... Read More →

Community Notetakers
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Chilly Heinz

Public Services Librarian, Brevard College
I care about information-literacy instruction for students and faculty, ILS wranglin', and on-campus and community outreach.



Thursday March 7, 2019 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Grand Pavilion Ballroom - Medallion Room Holiday Inn Downtown, 525 Henley Street, Knoxville, TN 37902

Attendees (50)