Each year, GSLIS presents a number of cutting-edge lectures that address critical and timely topics in library and information science.
In accordance with the Illinois Information Technology Accessibility Act of 2008, lecture transcripts are available upon request. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your request. We ask that you allow 2 weeks for transcription and we reserve the right to ask for more time, depending upon limited captioning capacity.
Some sessions are available only to current GSLIS faculty, staff, and students.
Inaugural Paul Otlet Lecture in Library and Information Science
Paul Duguid, Adjunct Full Professor, School of Information, University of California, Berkeley
Audio | Video | Slides with audio | Recorded 5/5/14
LIS Research Methods Roundtable: Archival and Special Collections Research
Panelists: GSLIS Professor Alistair Black, GSLIS Assistant Professor Bonnie Mak, and Travis McDade, Associate Professor at the Law Library and GSLIS Adjunct Associate Professor
Audio | Recorded 4/18/14
Cultural Competency in the Classroom: Transforming Library and Information Science Education
Clara M. Chu, Chair and Professor, Department of Library and Information Studies, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Audio | Video | Slides | Recorded 4/3/14
2014 Gryphon Lecture
"Augusta Baker and the Art of Storytelling: Gateway to Children's Literacy and Literature"
Michelle H. Martin, GSLIS Research Fellow and the inaugural Augusta Baker Endowed Chair of Childhood Literacy, School of Library and Information Science, University of South Carolina
Audio | Recorded 2/28/14