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Apr 30, 2018

I’m happy to welcome Katrina Spencer, Literatures & Cultures Librarian at Middlebury College, to the podcast. Thanks for taking the time to chat with us today!

In your profile that was published in Against the Grain, you mentioned that one of your career highlights was being a West African Research Center Fellow in...


Apr 23, 2018

Today, on Episode 57, we’re featuring audio from the 2017 ATG Penthouse Suite interview with Judy Luther, President of Informed Strategies. Judy is interviewed by Erin Gallagher, Director of Collections Services at Reed College, and Jack Montgomery, Coordinator of Acquisitions and Collection Services at Western...


Apr 16, 2018

ATG Media is pleased to recognize the first ever recipients for the Up and Comers award with a series of interviews on the ATG Podcast. Who exactly is an “Up and Comer,” you ask?  They are librarians, library staff, vendors, publishers, MLIS students, instructors, consultants, and researchers who are new to...


Apr 9, 2018

Today, on episode 55, we’re featuring audio from a webcast titled “Reading in a Digital Age.” The session was recorded live on Monday, March 26, and was hosted by the Charleston Library Conference. The webcast was presented by David Durant, East Carolina University, and Tony Horava, University of Ottawa. It was...


Apr 3, 2018

ATG Media is pleased to recognize the first ever recipients for the Up and Comers award with a series of interviews on the ATG Podcast. Who exactly is an “Up and Comer,” you ask?  They are librarians, library staff, vendors, publishers, MLIS students, instructors, consultants, and researchers who are new to...