Category: 3 Minutes with ULU

Metadata & Public Trust – Christina Manzo

<iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/hFhGXZMhNxk” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe> May 3, 2016 With the rise of user tagging services (i.e. Flikr and Tumblr), many libraries are questioning the role of folksonomies (or user-generated metadata) in modern library cataloging. In this 15 minute coffee

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3 Minutes with ULU – Emily Clasper

The 3 Minutes with ULU – Ginger Edition! Christian asks Emily Clasper all SORTS of questions. Maybe she was right to be nervous…

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3 Minutes with ULU – Sara Kelly Johns

We spent a good part of ALL Midwinter 2016 chasing down some of the most fun people in librarianship, and YOU get to reap the benefits! Check out our interview with Sara Kelly Johns, and then go have a pomegranate

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3 Minutes with ULU – Carson Block

Welcome to 3 Minutes with ULU, our new web series in which we talk to library peeps about stuff for 3 minutes and see what we can get out of them. In this episode we talk to Carson Block, Technology Consultant to the stars! (um, er, libraries)

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