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Apr - 14 - 2006
Nicole C. Engard

I was playing with StumbleUpon and it dropped me onto the LIS Webcasting page from the University of Missouri – Columbia.

Welcome to LISRadio. This is a new and exciting series of interactive webcasts brought to you by the School of Information Science and Learning Technologies at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Our aim with these webcasts is to help in “…creating and exploring the intersection of information and learning.” We hope to present interesting and stimulating conversations with movers, shakers, and the odd gadfly or two in libraryland.

How neat is that? Have other people already talked about this? If so – I’m sorry – I’m way behind on reading my news and blogs.

One Response so far.

  1. Information Unlimited » Journal: 15 April 2006 says:

    [...] LIS Webcasting (http://www.lisradio.missouri.edu) from the University of Missouri – Columbia. Welcome to LISRadio. This is a new and exciting series of interactive webcasts brought to you by the School of Information Science and Learning Technologies at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Our aim with these webcasts is to help in “creating and exploring the intersection of information and learning.” We hope to present interesting and stimulating conversations with movers, shakers, and the odd gadfly or two in libraryland. From http://www.web2learning.net/archives/307 – A good idea, but wish that they would have a RSS feed so the content could be pushed to you. Must go in and have a listen. – [...]


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