Well friends, you’ve made it to the last episode of the first season of Stump the Librarian! Join Courtnei and Emily, with a little help from Jill, in this episode as they tackle three questions that may or may not have us a little stumped (but not for lack of trying). Tune in to hear how robots function, what the scientific process is and just how fast the universe is expanding (if at all). If you have any questions about the questions answered, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to hear from you!
If this is your first episode of Stump the Librarian, don’t you worry. Our friendly neighborhood librarians will be back in January answering your inquisitive questions every other Wednesday. In the meantime, you can listen to our previous nine episodes and see if it’s possible to stump a librarian. And while you're at it, you can submit a question via kdl.org/stump for our next season! We would love to hear what questions are on your mind. Don’t forget to subscribe to our podcast via stumpthelibrarian.podbean.com/ or wherever you prefer to listen, so you never miss an episode.
Interested in learning and exploring more about this episode's curious questions? You can always use any of the databases KDL has to offer with your library card. Just go to kdl.org/online-resources/ to find the best database for more information on the answer to your question. And don’t forget the books! Our catalog is full of amazing books that are filled with fascinating information. Just visit kdl.bibliocommons.com/ to search for your next great nonfiction (or fiction) read!
Thanks for a great first season of podcasting! You’ll hear us again in 2022! 🙂