Long Overdue is a podcast for librarians that explores the impact that technology has had on the library industry, looks at current technology trends, and explores what the future could hold. This podcast is hosted by Kim Cadieux and Rachel Fadlon and produced in collaboration with EBSCO Information Services.
Episode 11: Cultivating Your Library’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem, Part 5
Host Duncan Smith is joined by Bill Kelly and Jennifer Jumba of Cuyahoga County Public Library in Ohio. Their conversation focuses on evolution of CCPL’s Encore Entrepreneurs Series, a six-week training program designed for members of the community who...
Episode 10: Cultivating Your Library’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem, Part 4
Host Duncan Smith is joined by Amy Fisher and Morgan Perry of Mid-Continent Public Library (MCPL) in Kansas City, Missouri. Their conversation focuses on MCPL’s innovative approach to providing services to entrepreneurs and small business owners as well...
Episode 9: Cultivating Your Library’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem, Part 3
Host Duncan Smith is joined by Janet Wurtzel, Business Consultant for the Delaware Division of Libraries, and Alta Porterfield, the Division’s Statewide Community Resources Administrator. Their conversation focuses on how libraries can extend their...
Episode 8: Cultivating Your Library’s Entrepreneurial Ecosystem, Part 2
Host Duncan Smith is joined by Nancy Kishpaugh, genealogy and senior services coordinator at Independence Public Library in Kansas, and Jim Correll, director of the Fab Lab at Independence Community College’s Center of Innovation. Their conversation...
Episode 7: Cultivating Your Library's Entrepreneurial Ecosystem, Part 1
Rob Herndon, president of the Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative, joins Duncan Smith, founder of NoveList and EBSCO's chief strategist for public libraries, to debunk several myths about entrepreneurs and share how all people can become more...
Episode 6: Neil Scully and Adam Snook
Our conversation today will focus on several prevalent concerns libraries have around data security and user privacy.