About This Show
This podcast focuses on Pennsylvania Libraries and the people who make them special. Every day in Pennsylvania a librarian impacts the life of a child, family, student, job seeker, grandparent or the guy next door. This is your opportunity to hear what is happening at a library somewhere in Pennsylvania - maybe even your home town.
This podcast was created as part of the Pennsylvania Library Association Academy of Leadership Studies. Developed by Mina Edmondson, Brian Fulton, Jill Hallam-Miller and Natalie Kulick.
Most Recent Episode
Bernadette Lear and Eric Novotny
Nov 20 17
Heidi Abbey Moyer speaks with Bernadette Lear and Eric Novotny, the creators and editors of the new, academic journal, Libraries: Culture, History, and Society (LCHS), published by the Pennsylvania State University Press. The journal, LCHS, if the official peer-reviewed journal of the Library History Roundtable of the American Library Association. Bernadette is an academic librarian at Penn State Harrisburg in Middletown, PA, and the library faculty liaison to two academic schools, Behavioral Sciences and Education as well as (on an interim basis) Science, Engineering, and Technology. Eric is also an academic librarian and liaison to History, History and Philosophy of Science, and Middle East Studies at the Penn State University Libraries in University Park, PA.