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Links to featured podcasts from our Midwinter exhibitors.

 

Authority Report logoBuilding a Plan: The COVID-19 Fall Semester

Miraculously, the end of the fall semester fast approaches. But before looking to spring, academic librarians will have to reflect on the past few months. With a full semester amidst a pandemic under their belts, what worked and what didn’t?

Presented by Taylor & Francis Group

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Candlewick Press PodcastCandlewick Press Presents

Candlewick Press Presents is an audio podcast about the storytellers behind your favorite children’s books!

Presented by Candlewick Press

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Citing the ObviousCiting the Obvious

Higher Ed Libraries worldwide strive to support institutional goals and drive student success. This podcast will bring together thought leaders from the academic community to discuss the hot topics and issues that face the modern academic library. This podcast is hosted by Ex Libris, a leading global provider of cloud-based library, research office, and teaching and learning software. Opinions expressed by guests and presenters are their own.

Presented by Ex Libris, a ProQuest Company

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Every Voice Now PodcastEvery Voice Now

Hosted by IVP’s Maila Kim and IVP author Ed Gilbreath, The Every Voice Now Podcast features interviews with recent and forthcoming authors of color who share their journeys to publication and the roadblocks they had to navigate along the way. In an industry that still remains overwhelming white, The Every Voice Now Podcast offers a refreshing and unique resource for book lovers of any ethnic background to discover voices of color.

Presented by InterVarsity Press

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Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls: The PodcastGood Night Stories for Rebel Girls: The Podcast


A fairy tale podcast for kids about extraordinary women from all over the world. Based on the bestselling series Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls, each episode explores the lives of women from the book series, encouraging young listeners to ask questions and explore their interests. Each episode is narrated by real-life women who are pioneers, creators, champions, and leaders.

Presented by Rebel Girls

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The Guest BookThe Guest Book

Be our guest! We’ve invited acclaimed children’s, middle-grade, and YA book authors and illustrators from Holiday House Books + Pixel+Ink to share the stories behind their stories, with all of you!

Presented by Holiday House and Pixel+Ink

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Authority Report logoThe Humanness of the Job: The COVID-19 Fall Semester

How much have we learned about COVID-19 since February or March? Chances are, we’re no longer sanitizing our groceries or stockpiling gloves (if we ever were). No matter how much we prepare, as we know more, we adjust. New information calls for recalibration and flexibility.

Presented by Taylor & Francis Group

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LB School PodcastLB School Podcast

Listen to riveting interviews with LBYR authors and illustrators.

Presented by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers

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The Lerner PodcastThe Lerner Podcast

Join us for author interviews, book chat, and more! Lerner Publishing Group creates nonfiction and fiction books that educate, empower and entertain readers. Whether you are looking for engaging picture books, high-quality supplemental nonfiction, graphic novels, or boundary-pushing young adult novels, you will find what your readers need to grow and learn.

Presented by Lerner Publishing Group

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Library Love Fest Podcast

The Library Love Fest Podcast

The Library Love Fest Podcast brings librarians and great books together. Enjoy author interviews, conversations with editors, and upcoming book presentations from HarperCollins Publishers. Available on iTunes, Stitcher, SoundCloud, and Spotify.

Presented by HarperCollins Publishers

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Long OverdueLong Overdue

“Cultivating Your Library’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem” Hear how libraries around the country are fueling economic development in their communities.

Presented by EBSCO Information Services

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Authority Report logoLooking Beyond 2020: The COVID-19 Fall Semester

As the fall semester and 2020 come to a close, what does the future look like for our libraries, colleges, and world? What new practices or workflows will we keep, and which will be abandoned come 2021 and beyond?

Presented by Taylor & Francis Group

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One of the Good Ones Green Book PodcastOne of the Good Ones Green Book Podcast

We are still grappling with many of the same injustices Black people have experienced for centuries in this country. Join Maika Moulite and Maritza Moulite, sisters and co-authors of young adult novels DEAR HAITI, LOVE ALAINE and ONE OF THE GOOD ONES, as they delve into one of the United States’ recently rediscovered cultural artifacts, THE NEGRO MOTORIST GREEN BOOK. They’re taking you along on a three-part listening trip to learn even more about The Negro Motorist Green Book and its illustrious place in American history. Let’s go!

Presented by Harlequin Trade Publishing

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Peacebunny IslandPeacebunny Island

Welcome Aboard! Service-learning adventures of youth going "island hopping" to Peacebunny Island (a real 22 acre private island on the Mississippi River, Minnesota USA, owned by 16 year old Caleb Smith) and running Peacebunny Cottage. His business trains comfort rabbit and handlers who share Hugs, Hope and Hoppiness.

Program is hosted by Caleb, the youth social entrepreneur who hopes this program helps create excitement for service-learning, environmental STEM, and playing outside.

SPRING 2021 guests will be sharing their favorite books.

Presented by Peacebunny Island

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Presented by Springer Nature

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Scholastic Reads PodcastStillwater: Marvel in the Moment

“Only those who try can achieve the impossible.” In this episode, we spotlight Stillwater, a new animated children's series from Apple TV+. Inspired by the beloved Zen Shorts book series by John J Muth, the new series follows the adventures of three siblings whose neighbor happens to be a giant panda named Stillwater. Through his beautiful stories, the wise Stillwater helps the children cope with life's disappointments and sorrows, and hold onto their sense of joy and wonder.

Host Suzanne McCabe talks with Mallika Chopra, an author, speaker, and wellbeing expert who serves as the mindfulness consultant on the TV series, and award-winning children’s book illustrator and artist, John J Muth.

Presented by Scholastic, Inc.

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This is the Author PodcastThis is the Author

A podcast from Penguin Random House Audio that goes into the studio with authors who read their audiobooks. In this episode, go behind the mic with Academy Award-winning actor Matthew McConaughey, author of Greenlights, actor and humorist Nick Offerman, author of All Rise, and Tony Award-winning song writer Anaïs Mitchell, author of Working on a Song.

Subscribe and listen now on: Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | Spotify | Soundcloud | or download the Volumes app

Presented by Penguin Random House Adult Library

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Authority Report logoTime to Implement: The COVID-19 Fall Semester

It’s one thing to plan how to operate an academic library during a global pandemic. It’s a whole other beast to actually put it into action. Sarah Copeland of the University of Tennessee Chattanooga had to contend with an open library. Lauren Magnuson of California State University San Marcos had a fully virtual semester on her hands. How did each execute their plans?

Presented by Taylor & Francis Group

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Where To Go Travel PodcastWhere to Go

Had your travel plans cancelled? Or unsure about where you'll visit next? Where to Go, produced by the team behind the award-winning DK Eyewitness travel guides, is here to help. Each episode focuses on a specific destination, with hosts James Atkinson and Lucy Richards joined by local experts who have all chosen to call that place home. With deep dives into travel stories, hidden gems and unmissable sights, we also take a look at how destinations have been impacted by the events of 2020, how travel may start to return and what we can expect to be different in the future.

Presented by DK

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Witness to YesterdayWitness to Yesterday | Témoins d’hier

The Champlain Society's award-winning Witness to Yesterday podcast series furthers its mission of deepening awareness of Canada’s documentary past and of the people who created it. Hosted by Patrice Dutil and Greg Marchildon, each podcast provides an immersive historical experience while examining a particular person, document or event and the people behind it, its significance, and its relevance to today. Recent episodes featured a wide range of topics including events of political unrest, multiculturalism, business history, healthcare, the aftermath of WWII, immigration, Indigenous history, sports, and many more. Visit champlainsociety.utpjournals.press/podcast to discover your favourite episode.

Presented by University of Toronto Press Journals

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