T is for Training 5 — Much Better Than Relying On Me Show Details

Episode 5 of  T is for TrainingMuch Better Than Relying On Me is ready for your downloading and listening pleasure. Here is the MP3.

Links to the many things talked about on the podcast are available on the Delicious Tagged Links Page tisfortraining.

Follow us on  Our blog, Podcast Feed, ITunes HomeFriendfeed, LinkedIn, FaceBook, or Twitter. And join us on November 21st at 2 pm Eastern Time for the next T is for Training.

Joining on the call:

Maurice Coleman Harford County (MD) Public Library
Stephanie Zimmerman
Library System of Lancaster County (PA)
Jennifer Falkowski, Training Coordinator, Southern Maryland Regional Library System (MD)
Marianne Lenox,
Huntsville Madison County Public Library (AL)
and in chat by:

Nini Beegan,  Maryland Online Learning Coordinator, DLDS
Stacey Aldrich, Deputy Deputy State Librarian, Office of the State Librarian, California State Library
and on flickr:
Polly Farrington says hi via this picture.

The opinions expressed by call participants are those of the participants and not necessarily those of any institution or group they represent or are associated with. And thanks to those who participated by chat.  We would love to hear your voice next time.

And the Topics Discussed:

Welcome/IceBreaker–  Who are you, affiliation (if you want to,) where are you from and do you blog and if so where?/Why T is for Training

A discussion of Learning 2008 – I (along with some other folks from Maryland and California) attended the Learning 2008 conference (session topics, spreadsheet and guide) last month in Orlando.  Run by the Maise Institute, it is an intensive workshop featuring small group and plenary learning sessions taught by learning leaders from the Fortune 100, Fortune 500, non-profit and government sectors.

A topic suggested by “Newly Minted Syracuse Library School Professor” and T is for Training Contributor Jill Hurst-Wahl: How have people co-developed workshops/training sessions with others? Tips? Are corollary might be how do you train someone to teach your stuff?

Remember to follow us on Our blog, Podcast Feed, Friendfeed, ITunes Home, LinkedIn, FaceBook, or Twitter. See you on Friday, November 21st, 2008 at 2 pm Eastern Time for the next episode of T is for Training.

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Author: (almost) Bald Trainer

A trainer in Maryland

3 thoughts on “T is for Training 5 — Much Better Than Relying On Me Show Details”

  1. I know this comment is both on and off-topic.

    Can you learn creativity/innovation? I attended the Experiential Classroom IX in September and one of the presenters was Jeffrey Stamp (http://www.view.uidaho.edu/documents/Jeff%20Stamp.pdf?pid=109866&doc=1). My notes from his sessions are nearly non-existent because (1) he was so mesmerizing and (2) my team had to do a presentation right after that. What stands out to me is that innovation is not always thinking way out of the box, but connecting information differently. I “think” that is the key to some of the products he has development.

    I wonder if we (library workers) could learn how to be more creative from him?

    Another person, Doug Hall, who runs the Eureka Ranch (http://www.eurekaranch.com/) I “think” believes that innovation is a process (and one that he has successfully helped companies learn and use). It would be interesting to know if his process would work with libraries.

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