Helping Our Customers Succeed: A Glimpse into Corporate Librarianship
Lea McCall, Manager of the Business Resource Center at Caterpillar, Inc.
Sponsored by ALA and SLA student chapters
MP3 Audio | Slides Recorded 12/2/2010

Intrigue in Lisbon: Librarians and Intelligence-Gathering in World War II
Kathy Peiss, Roy F. and Jeannette P. Nichols Professor of American History and Chair of the History Department at the University of Pennsylvania
Information in Society Speaker Series
MP3 Audio Recorded 11/15/2010

20th Annual Mortenson Distinguished Lecture
Shifting Terrains, Crossing Boundaries: Digital Libraries are Personal and Social Again!
Dr. Shalina R. Urs, Executive Director and Professor, International School of Information Management at the University of Mysore, India
MP3 Audio | Slides  Recorded 10/20/2010

CHECK IN!: Portraits and Performances of Black Girlhood in Everyday Life
Dr. Ruth Nicole Brown, assistant professor, Gender and Women's Studies & Educational Policy Studies Departments, UIUC
Sponsored by CII and CCB
MP3 Audio |  Slides  Recorded 10/15/2010

Digital Destitution in the Digital Age
Dr. Blanca Gordo, visiting scholar at the Institute for the Study of Societal Issues, University of California at Berkeley
Information in Society Speaker Series
MP3 Audio Recorded 10/4/2010

2010 Digital Divide Lecture Series
All Videos

A modicum of creativity after Feist
Julian Warner, faculty member, Queen's School of Management, Queen's University of Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Information in Society Speaker Series
MP3 Audio Recorded 8/30/2010

Pliny: A Scholarly Note-taking Application
John Bradley, Senior Analyst for Humanities Computing, King's College, London
Metadata Roundtable
MP3 Audio Recorded 7/21/2010

The Fable that Morphed: Retelling "The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse," 1651-1918
Andrea Immel, Curator of Cotsen Children's Library, Princeton University Library
Sponsored by the Center for Children's Books (CCB) and the Rare Book and Manuscript Library
MP3 Audio Recorded 5/6/2010

Brownbag on Community Archives
Students from LIS590: Community Archives, Spring 2010
MP3 Audio Recorded 5/5/2010

Windsor Lecture Series
"2010: An e-Science Odyssey, an epic drama of adventure and exploration."

Carole Goble, professor in the School of Computer Science at the University of Manchester
MP3 Audio Recorded 5/3/2010

Community Housing Collaboration
Lynne M. Dearborn, Assistant Professor, School of Architecture, UIUC
MP3 Audio Recorded 4/28/2010 | Slides

Google Books Settlement and Europe: Married...with Orphans?
Cees de Blaaij, Collection Manager Digital Resources, Library of Zeeland
MP3 Audio Recorded 4/26/2010 

GSLIS Storytelling Festival recorded 4/17/2010

  • Talk An Ashanti Tale told by Genevieve Hendricks MP3 Audio
  • Ooka and the Wasted Wisdom told by Becka Rich MP3 Audio
  • The Ashen Shoes told be Sam Sednek MP3 Audio
  • Trouble told by Daniel Burkhalter MP3 Audio
  • Perils of Pets told by Corrie Ball MP3 Audio
  • My Trek through Heathrow told by Damon McGhee MP3 Audio
  • Ice Cream, Expulsion, and Cloggin in Junior High told by Hal Southern MP3 Audio
  • The Magic Garden of the Poor told by Sue Searing MP3 Audio
  • The Tear told by Dan Keding MP3 Audio

Brownbag: Imagining America 
William Patterson, UIUC Professor
Damian Duffy, GSLIS PhD Student
MP3 Audio Recorded 04/12/2010 | Slides

The Crisis in Copyright
Janice Pilch, Associate Professor of Library Administration and Humanities Librarian at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and Visiting Program Officer on International Copyright for the Association of Research Libraries for 2009-2010
MP3 Audio Recorded 04/05/2010

Design and Disability: Engaging the Populous
Deana McDonagh, Associate Professor, Department of Industrial Design; Gender and Women's Studies; Beckman Institute
MP3 Audio Recorded 03/31/2010

Network Nation: Inventing American Telecommunications
Richard John, Columbia School of Journalism
MP3 Audio Recorded 03/15/2010

"Sao Tome Reflections"
Laura Lawson, Associate Professor, Department of Landscape Architecture, UIUC
MP3 Audio Recorded 3/10/2010

"The Claim Framework"
Cathy Blake, Graduate School of Library & Information Science, UIUC
e-Research Roundtable
MP3 Audio Recorded 3/10/2010

Sixth Annual Gryphon Lecture
"Children's Search Experiences in the Age of Google, Today and Tomorrow"

Dr. Allison Druin, Director, Human-Computer Interaction Lab (HCIL) & Associate Professor, University of Maryland, College of Information Studies
MP3 Audio Recorded 3/5/2010

Joe Futrelle of NCSA presented to the Metadata Roundtable.
MP3 Audio Recorded 2/24/2010

The Abuses of Literacy: Amazon Kindle and the Right to Read
Ted Striphas is Assistant Professor and Director of Film & Media Studies in the Department of Communication & Culture, Indiana University. He is author of The Late Age of Print: Everyday Book Culture from Consumerism to Control (Columbia University Press, 2009) and its accompanying blog.
Audio Recorded 2/22/2010

Collecting the Artifacts of Participation: Videogame Players, Fan-Boys, and Individual Models of Collection
Megan Winget is an Assistant Professor at the School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin. She is currently working on an IMLS Early Career Grant focused on videogame preservation.
MP3 audio Recorded 2/2/2010

"The Piratical Enlightenment"
Adrian Johns, Professor, Department of History at the University of Chicago and Chair, Committee on Conceptual and Historical Studies of Science.
MP3 audio Recorded 1/25/2010

Imperfect Community
Sharon Irish, Interim Director of the Community Informatics Initiative, GSLIS
MP3 audio | Slides Recorded 1/27/2010