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- Washington County Library System 3
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- St George Library 2
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I talk to an Athens Drive librarian about his childhood and his life after retirement.
Jeff Gilderson-Duwe (59) has a conversation with colleague Thomas "Tom" J. Hennen, Jr. (73) about Tom's youth, family, and work in libraries and library systems in Wisconsin.
Colleagues Elma Nieto-Rodriguez [no age given] and Jim Jimenez [no age given] discuss their paths to becoming librarians. The two have been colleagues for nearly 20 years and reflect on the future of libraries.
Coworkers Lois Jones (74) and Mary Golden Hughes (54) talk about their experiences as librarians, and their work on a large community reading event called “The Big Read.”
Recording August 14, 2018 –After graduating from Southern Utah State College (now S.U.U.), Cedar City resident David Huskinson became the St. George Library audio/visual and periodicals librarian. In 1990 when he was hired, the new library building was nine years...
Ashley Hoffman joined Georgia Library Association (GLA) in 2012 while working as a paraprofessional at Kennesaw State University. GLA connected Ashley with people and service opportunities that enhanced her career. "Take a chance and go to a function sponsored by...
Kinshasa Vargas-Pile (47) talks to her wife, Heather Riley (41), about her love for being a librarian, especially in Baltimore, and the sense of community she has found through it.
"Tell people that you love them, and bring a book." Joshua Parker is a Librarian at Harvard University and a substitute Librarian for the Watertown Free Public Library. He talks about the fabric of his Watertown Community and how he...
This is an interview with the Assistant Librarian of the Academic Center at MKA.
I interviews my old teacher from elementary school and middle school. She has known me since I was very little and has name a huge impact on my life.
I interviewed my grandmother about her life as a child, teenager, and adult.
Karla with a K (64) and Lucinda Whitehurst (58) talk in their One Small Step conversation about racism in Virginia, the impact that slavery has had on the U.S. historically, and the COVID-19 vaccine.
Coworkers, John Ramirez (33) and Maira Sanchez (25), have a conversation about sandwiches, their experiences, Hispanic culture, their job at the library, and how their life has been since COVID-19 began.
Aimee Lockhardt has been a librarian at Dover Public Library for 8 years. Before that she worked as a reporter for a local paper. We interview her about her transition from reporter to librarian and why she decided to make...
One Small Step conversation partners Carmaine Ternes (62) and Tom Phillips (65) share their political values, such as education and tolerance, as well as their work in their communities.
Here is some insite on the real lives of the average American mid-twenty year old girls, as we talk about our past and describe our future aspirations.
Two friends discussing growing up in Columbus, Georgia around the downtown area.
One Small Step conversation partners Kelly Martin (42) and Beth Vise (48) discuss politics, diversity, and their work as educators.
Coworkers Bonnie Scherr (60) and Rachael Perez (23) share a conversation about their experiences living in Dalton, Georgia, the books that have impacted them, their work in the library, and the roles they see themselves filling in their community.
Recording February 13, 2018 – Carol Miles Vincent grew up in St. George, Utah in the 1950s and began using the St. George Library while attending the Vernon Worthen Elementary. The children’s section was in the basement. As an older...