Welch Podcasts

#15) Johns Hopkins University President Ronald Daniels Speaks About Libraries

President Ronald Daniels visits our Podcast and touches on the immediate and massive impact behind digitization, while also reflecting on the solitude behind the discovery we take with "real books".

01:35 -  What do you see as the evolution of the Library?  What changes appear to be the most drastic?

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# 14) Announcements: JHU President Ronald Daniels Coming Soon, Podcasts in iTunes, Welch in Zayed Tower

Here's the news line-up for March:

00.35 - Announcement of Johns Hopkins President Ronald Daniels upcoming visit to Welch Podcast

01.20 - Current status of Welch Library (yes, we're still up and running! And open!) 

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#13) Discussion - ClinicalKey/Dynamed/UpToDate, Informationist Hrs. & Welch Library Around Campus (Feb, 2013)

 

Our February Podcast breaks down this way:

0-1:20.........Introduction 

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#12) Guest: Carrie Price, Welch Library Clinical Informationist, Discussion of Browzine/Loansome Doc/WelDoc (Jan, 2013)

 

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#11) Guest: Claire Twose, Welch Public Health and Basic Science Informationist, offers Conference Reflections (Dec. 2012)

Victoria Goode speaks about her recently attended Conference "Embedded with Scientists - The Librarian's Role in the Research Process," held at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. After Alonzo (yours truly) and Victoria make merry with Dominic (our producer) the information begins rolling: 

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#10) Guest: Tahirah Akbar-Williams, School of Education Librarian Johns Hopkins Univ. (Oct. 2012)

 

Victoria Goode and Alonzo LaMont speak with Tahirah Akbar-Williams, a School of Education Librarian at Johns Hopkins University, to discuss the Johns Hopkins MEHP Program. Victoria and Tahirah have worked on the creation of the MEHP, and share their insights into the Program's creation and progress. 

0-1:18 - Introduction

1:18 - 4:40 Description of the Program, Tahirah and Victoria outline the nature of her collaboration.

4:41 - 7:00 The major obstacles in designing the MEHP

7:03 - 8:40  What are the differences in performing Academic searches vs. doing searches in a medical environment

8:50 - 11:50 Challenges in putting the Program online

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#9) Guest: Elizabeth Tracey, Dir. Electronic News Media Johns Hopkins Medicine (Sept. 2012)

 

Victoria Goode and Alonzo had the opportunity to chat with Elizabeth Tracey, Director of Electronia News Media for Johns Hopkins Medicine. We were chock-full of questions about her very-popular PODMED podcast. We also focused on her work process and teaming up with Rick Lange, Professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins and Vice-Chairman of Medicine at the Univ. of Medicine Health Science Center.

Elizabeth has been Podcasting for 8 years, and the popularity of PODMED and her PODBLOG have grown into tremendously popular online events. If you aren't already a subscriber I definitely recommend jumping on the bandwagon. Enjoy her reflections and observations, she is indeed a force. 

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#8) Discussion - Data Management / Data Curation & E-Books (June, 2012)

 

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#7) With Guests: Dr. Patrick Breysse, Dir. Occupational and Environmental Health & Informationist Katie Lobner (May, 2012)

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#6) Discussion - Academic Database Assessment - E-Trials & More (April, 2012)

 

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