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Latest Podcasts

Each month the State Librarian hosts an online conversation with members of the field to share the latest news from the State Library. Here you will find all of our latest Conversations with the State Librarian.

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  • State Librarian Podcast- March 25, 2014: One Page All Libraries (OPAL)

    A Conversation with the State Librarian - March 25, 2014

    A Conversation with the State Librarian - March 25, 2014

  • State Librarian Podcast, January 7, 2014: Affordable Care Act

    NJ State Librarian's Podcast Jan. 7, 2014

    On January 7, 2014, State Librarian Mary Chute's podcast focused on a discussion of the Affordable Care Act with a panel of experts:

  • State Librarian Podcast, September 24, 2013: Makerspaces

    Please join State Librarian Mary Chute for a discussion on the latest New Jersey State Library and LibraryLinkNJ joint initiative, "New Jersey Library Makerspaces: The Leading Edge". Hear from Cheryl O'Connor, LibraryLinkNJ Executive Director, James Keehbler, Director of the Piscataway Public Library, and Karen Klapperstuck, Virtual Branch Manager of the Monroe Twp. Library, as they share details about the launch of this jointly-funded initiative designed to expand New Jersey library horizons with service models that transcend traditional roles.

  • State Librarian Podcast, July 30, 2013: Statewide Strategic Plan

    New Jersey State Librarian Mary Chute and LibraryLinkNJ Executive Director Cheryl O'Connor discuss the Statewide Strategic Plan.

  • State Librarian Podcast, May 14, 2013: NJLA Conference

    Listen as State Librarian Mary Chute discusses the upcoming 2013 NJLA Conference, taking place June 3-5, at the Revel Resort in Atlantic City. Find out why this is a conference you cannot afford to miss, and what new skills and fresh ideas you will be able to bring back to your library. Hear from NJLA Executive Director, Patricia Tumulty, joined with members of the conference planning committee.

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