GSLIScast was founded in the Fall of 2006 when the GSLIS Technology Group received a start-up grant from the Pottruck Technology Resource Center.
GSLIScast was created to bring the content of on-campus talks and presentations to the wider GSLIS community.
GSLIScast produces podcasts of lectures ranging from "On the Library Crimes Beat" (Kim Martineau, Hartford Courant journalist; March 2007) to "Working with First Responders and Emergency Managers" (Sara Wolf, Northeast Museum Services Center of the National Park Service as part of the November 2008 New England Archivists meeting), and …
GSLIScast brings Simmons GSLIS to you!
The best part? In addition to the podcasts themselves, we provide slide presentations, full transcripts, and affiliated websites.
Tune in however you prefer:
- Streaming Audio—The GSLIScast website features streaming audio of each podcast. http://gslis.simmons.edu/podcasts/
- RSS Feed—Subscribe using your favorite feedreader; just click on the RSS button on the GSLIScast mainpage.
- iTunes—GSLIS podcasts are available on iTunes; search for GSLIScast in the iTunes store. Also check out our pilot implementation of iTunesU at: http://itunes.simmons.edu/
Need help accessing GSLIScast? This tutorial may help: GSLIScast Basics. It also demonstrates how to subscribe to an RSS feed if you've been wanting to learn how.
Watch this video to see GSLIScast in action: