Instructional Webcasts and Podcasts
List of instructional webcasts and podcasts presented in alphabetical order by presenter's last name.
- Reza Asghari, University of Applied Sciences, Fachhochschule Braunschweig/Wolfenbüttel, on "E-Governance and Global Development"
- Francis X. Blouin on the future of archival science
- Sandra Braman, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee,on "The Global Information Regime"
- Jacques du Plessis, SOIS-UWM on "The Spirit of Open Access to Information as a Key Pillar to the African Renaissance"
- Charles Ess, Drury University, on "An Impending Global ICE Age?: East-West Perspectives on Information and Computer Ethics"
- Thomas Haigh on "How the Computer Became Information Technology: The Social History of Information in American Business"
- Verne Harris, Menzi Behrnd-Klodt, and David Wallace on "Archives and Ethics" - A
- Verne Harris, Menzi Behrnd-Klodt, and David Wallace on "Archives and Ethics" - B | part 2 | part 3 | part 4
- Robert Hauptman on "The Ethics of Authorship"
- Kate Johnson, SOIS-UWM, on "Libraries, Social Capital, and the Public Good"
- Dick Kawooya, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, on "Trends in International Information Policy Research"
- Marvin Kranz, historical specialist, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, on the Inaugural Ball Room during the McKinley-era
- Judith Krug, American Library Association Office for Intellectual Freedom, on "The 'Interesting' Times of Intellectual Freedom"
- Dave Lankes, Syracuase University, on "Participatory Reference"
- Shana Ponelis, University of Pretoria, South Africa on "Conflicts in Information Policy"
- Toni Samek, University of Alberta, on "Working the Earth: LIS Labour, Ethical Grounds, and the Hot Fields of Human Rights"
- Siva Vaidhyanathan, New York University, on "The Googlization of Everything"
- Yuan Zhao, Sichuan University, China, on "Legal Issues in Digital Libraries in China"