Podcast Episode 21: Edward Luca talks design thinking, why practitioner-researcher collaborations are important and Kate Bush

Edward Luca is a library practitioner and researcher. He spends most of his time as Manager, Academic Services at the University of Sydney Library, but also dabbles in teaching, research, and anything shiny that appear in front of him. Edward describes research as his side hustle and he is actively involved in research on user experience, scholarly…

Podcast Episode 16: Philip Minchin talks about play, magical spaces and why games ignite your brain!

Philip Minchin has worked in publishing, arts production, NGO governance and campaigning, and now works in library IT in Melbourne. In addition to fulltime work in the library sector, he presents, trains, and consults to libraries and game companies on libraries, communities, games, interactivity, systems and UI design. He also volunteers for Inter…

Podcast Episode 3: Anne Reddacliff talks guerrilla research, PhD’s and LGBTQ+ in libraries

In episode 3, we talk to Anne Reddacliff about how to be a guerrilla researcher, library research tourism, how to choose a PhD topic that's right for you and supporting LGBTQ+ communities in Australian libraries. Anne says: guerrilla research is accessible & can be done by anyone research should not only be done by academics LIS r…