Registration is now open for Trends in Library Training and Learning: Developing Staff Skills for the 21st Century. WebJunction will be hosting this free online conference in partnership with ALA's Learning Roundtable on August 10-11, 2011.
Beyond 23 Things: Enhanced Self-Paced Training
Shrinking training and travel budgets and limited staff time make electronic resources training difficult to accomplish. The South Dakota State Library Challenge: Electronic Resources Edition allows librarians throughout the state to participate in training at their convenience with no travel or registration fees. Based on the 23 Things model and created on a shoestring, this challenge utilizes vendor and localized training materials. In its third round, the Challenge introduces participants to one subscription electronic resource each week, increasing knowledge, inviting exploration, and improving confidence. Come join Julie Erickson and Jane Healy learn what works, how to improve upon and replicate this self-paced training method.
Born to Forget: How to Survive and Thrive in the Age of Information Overload
Cultivating the Library as a Site of Participatory Culture and Learning
Getting Admin Buy-In for Training
Happiness Through Personal Learning
Instructional Literacy and the Library Educator: Reflective Habits for Effective Practice
Lights! Camera! Action! Using Video for Patron and Staff Instruction
Tech Training Skills for 21st Century Library Staff