T is for Training No. 1 – Tomorrow Friday at 10 am Eastern

Join us tomorrow for the maiden voyage of the T is for Training podcast.  You can join live by clicking on the show’s page. It you want to join talkshoe to also follow other podcasts, feel free to do so before the show.  All of the call information is on the sidebar of the blog or here:

Phone Number: (724) 444-7444
Call ID: 24719

The agenda so far:


IceBreaker — Who are you, where are you from and do you blog?

Why T is for Training

Being Wired or Being Tired: 10 Ways to Cope with Information Overload an article by Sarah Houghton-Jan (also known as The Librarian In Black)  A topic near and dear to most trainer’s hearts. How do you do or don’t do it?

What is a/your personal learning environment? This article discusses it from a Web 2.0 slant, but do you use a blend of 1.0 (websites/email) and 2.0 (read/write/socialweb) tools for your personal learning? What tool have you stopped using for your personal learning?

What kinds of skills do we need to teach in library school to encourage quality training? For the non MLS library worker listeners out there, does someone know know what skills, if any, are taught now in library school to encourage or discourage quality training.

From the Back Room — A place for trainers to talk about what ever is on their mind with other trainers or to ask for help.

I hope you join us live or on talkshoe for the call.  See you then.

Author: (almost) Bald Trainer

A trainer in Maryland

3 thoughts on “T is for Training No. 1 – Tomorrow Friday at 10 am Eastern”

  1. wow I really wish I’d be on this one! I’m dealing with managing information overload. Plus I just heard a reference to the guy in the coffee I was talking to who had 20 emails after being off for 3 days LOL

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