Turbitt & Duck: The Library Podcast
By Sally Turbitt & Amy Walduck
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Sally Turbitt and Amy Walduck are librarians from Australia determined to highlight some of the best people and stories from library land and beyond. Visit http://www.turbittnduck.com for more info on our guests and things we chat about during each episode!
||CleanPodcast Episode 25: Kat Moody talks about GLAM collaboration beyond networking, honesty and why reaching out is so important.||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 Z.||6 1 2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast Episode 24: Turbitt & Duck with special guests at the 2018 NSW Public Libraries Association conference||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.||18 12 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast Episode 23: Sabine Weber-Beard talks keeping your library in the loop, crushing on IFLA volunteers and why you should just roll with it!||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 .||4 12 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast Episode 22: Maeva Masterson talks about classifying library collections, culturally safe spaces and airconditioning.||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||30 10 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast Episode 21: Edward Luca talks design thinking, why practitioner-researcher collaborations are important and Kate Bush||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.||9 10 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast Episode 20: Pamela McGowan talks about SDGs, chasing leadership opportunities and Orlando Bloom.||Pamela McGowan is the Team Manager of Libraries at Townsville City Council. After being reminded about the magic of libraries when teaching in a remote Indigenous school in the Northern Territory, she completed a Graduate Diploma of Teacher Librarian||25 9 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast Episode 19: Clare Thorpe interviews Sally & Amy about resilience, values, theme songs and perfectionism||Clare Thorpe (yes she’s back and convinced Turbitt & Duck to be the interviewees instead of interviewers!) interviews Sally & Amy about why library people need to focus on building physical, professional, social and emotional resilience.||3 9 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 18: Alissa McCulloch talks about critical cataloguing, zines and bibliographic data wizardry||Alissa McCulloch, perhaps better known by her twitter handle @lissertations, is the most passionate and enthusiastic cataloguer you’ve ever met. She’s a new librarian with big dreams about the future of library metadata,||9 7 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast Episode 17: Sarah Howard talks about virtual reality, augmented reality and rollercoasters in libraries.||Sarah Howard is currently the Acting Branch Library Manager of the Gardens Point Campus at Queensland University Technology, but in her substantive role is a QUT Liaison Librarian for the Schools of Nursing and Optometry & Vision Science.||20 6 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPodcast Episode 16: Philip Minchin talks about play, magical spaces and why games ignite your brain!||Philip Minchin has worked in publishing, arts production, NGO governance and campaigning, and now works in library IT in Melbourne. In addition to fulltime work in the library sector, he presents, trains, and consults to libraries and game companies on.||5 6 2018||Free||View in iTunes|
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Turbitt & Duck is a lesson in life as well as being totally GLAM!! look forward to more episodes
Great library listening !