The 120th @tisfortraining recorded on Friday. Download the podcast here.
But I tell you what, it was a brilliant list.
Episode 119 (60 minutes) is a conversation between Maurice Coleman, Marianne Lenox and Jill Hurst-Wahl. By the way, those long silences aren’t a technical glitch, unless you want to call Maurice’s kitchen plumbing issue a tech problem! The episode begins with Maurice asking Jill about being on the Board of Directors for SLA and then moves into a lively discussion about keynote speakers, and our belief that it is important to have more speakers who are female and people of color.
Some of the sites and people mentioned:
While T is for Training is recorded fairly regularly, this site doesn’t get updated frequently. So let’s do a bit of catch-up with the 2013 to-date podcasts.
Jan. 11, 2013, Episode 112 – MOOC’s Makers and SocialLearning Spaces, 54 min.
Feb. 8, 2013, Episode 113 – In The Conversation, 54 min.
Quick show notes: MOOC, Failure, Community Where You Make It. with @paulsignorelli
Feb. 22, 2013, Episode 114 – We Don’t Ask Your Motivation, 55 min.
Quick show notes: Julie, Kate and Diane and Maurice discuss more about MOOCs etc.
Mar. 8, 2013, Episode 115 – Social Networks with Low Expectations, 58 min.
Quick show notes: Changing Interfaces, Small Library Conference and other fun topics.
Apr. 5, 2013, Episode 116 – Serendipitous Interview, 50 min.
Quick show notes: An interview with Courtney Young ALA Presidential Candidate and ALA Board Member. (BTW Courtney won the election! Congratulations, Courtney!!!)
Apr. 19, 2013, Episode 117 – We Facilitate, You Learn, 46 min.
Quick show notes: Steve Thomas of Circulating Ideas and Diane H. Our Central Washington Correspondent talk podcasting and meeting audio (for a minute)
To listen to other episodes of T is for Training, go to the show’s TalkShoe page. Remember that the show records every two weeks on Fridays at 2 p.m. ET. All are welcome to participate. Check this blog site, as well as the TalkShoe page, for details.
Hope you are all having a happy and healthy holiday season and wish you a joyous and successful new year.
We had our last show (our 111th, by the way) “Wishing You A Better Tomorrow” and with the show being taped the day of the Newtown, CT incident. We discussed workplace safety and active shooter situations. A bit of departure from our normal subject matter.
If you just follow this blog and not our twitter feed @tisfortraining you may not know that we have been producing shows pretty much every two weeks throughout the year.
I would like to thank this year’s substitute host Kate K. who always does a fantastic job when she guest hosts the show.
You can go to our talkshoe page and see our list of calls over the fall and early winter 2012.
Our next show is scheduled for January 11th, 2013 at 2 pm eastern time.
Our next call in show after that will be on February 8th, 2013 also at 2 pm eastern time.
I will be at ALA Midwinter in Seattle and may do a live show there. We shall see.
Contact me at baldgeekinmd at gmail dot com if you are going to be at MW and want to do a live show.
Otherwise, thank you for all of your support throughout 2012 and I hope to see , meet, talk, work with you all in 2013
T is for Training Host and Producer.
Guest host Kate is back, filling in for Maurice while he is down in Virginia presenting at the Virginia Library Directors’ meeting (but he and usual suspect Paul Signorelli did find time to call in and say hello).
Our conversation this episode is (mostly) with usual suspect Jill Hurst-Wahl and her experiences at the R Squared Conference, a very different kind of library conference, earlier this month in Telluride, Colorado. (Also on the call is usual suspect Marianne Lenox!)
Some links discussed during the show:
- Jill’s blog posts highlighting the conference: http://hurstassociates.blogspot.com/search/label/RSQ12
- Blog post from Syracuse iSchool student Topher Lawton on his experiences: http://infospace.ischool.syr.edu/2012/09/19/r-squared-game-changer/
- Topher also shared his experiences on his personal blog: http://hie-anon.blogspot.com/2012/09/so-what-hell-jump.html
- What other library conference can you attend where you can get up close and personal with a snake? (Thanks to Crystal Schimpf for the photo!)
Listen here or subscribe to the podcast in iTunes.
Follow us on the Twitter engine at @tisfortraining for general training (and non training) tomfoolery.
Next show is 5 October at 2:00 PM EST. Hope to see you there!
- Kate :)
We are live at 2 pm eastern today for your talking about training and libraries pleasure.
Join the mini mob at http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/24719 and bring your smart self to the table.
See you then!
No show today, next show on August 24th….
When did the Bald Geek in MD turn female and pick up a New Jersey accent?
Oh wait…that’s just guest host Kate (@librarian_kate)!
Join Kate and Paul Signorelli (@trainersleaders) for a mostly serious conversation about technology, training with different skill levels, the trainer as trainee, and more. Paul claims he’s not interesting and Kate claims she didn’t break Talkshoe, but we beg to differ.
Some of the useful stuff we talk about:
- Craftsy platform (powered by Sympoz) as an example for interactive, engaging learning with technology. Read about it here.
- Paul’s blog post on how to deal with what we called the “social media hangover”
- The awesomeness of alalearning.org
We’ll see you in August. Feel better Maurice and enjoy your new bionic wrists!
– Kate :)
First THANKS TO THE incredible usual suspects that graced us with their presence at ALA. Peter C, Paul S, MLX Kate and for a brief moment in time Julie.
Second, there will be no T is for Training tomorrow.
My adorable granddaughter trumps training talk this time.
The next scheduled one is July 27th but that my be out as well depending on my summer schedule for my new bionic wrists. If you want to guest host, drop me a line baldgeekinmd at gmail dot com and we will see what we can do.
See you round the bend……..
WE MADE IT TO 100!!!!!!!! shows.
Join us today at 2 pm eastern for virtual cake and adult beverages and training and library talk.
Here is the link to our talkshoe space: http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/24719
Hope you can come by.
Or come to our ALA taping On Monday at 4 pm in the Networking Uncommons.