Our tenth (yeah!) episode T is for Training is entitled Tapping the Hive Mind. Download or listen to our second show of 2009 here. We had three new faces and a couple of returning ones making for a fantastic episode.
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Follow us on Our blog, Podcast Feed, ITunes Home, Friendfeed, LinkedIn, FaceBook, or Twitter. And join us on January 30th 2009 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)
Bobbi Newman, Missouri River Regional Library (MO)
Lori Reed, Public Library of Charlotte & Mecklenburg County (NC)
Beth Tribe, Howard County Public Library (MD)
Peter Bromberg, South Jersey Regional Library Cooperative (NJ)
And in chat:
Julian Clark, MLS student at University of Maryland, College Park (MD and DC)
Laura Botts, Mercer University (GA).
Jill Hurst-Wahl Professor, Syracuse University School of Information Studies (NY)
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.
Beth asked in FriendFeed: How do you personally handle it (emotional level per se) when someone you are trying to train or educate about something just doesn’t seem to get it no matter how many ways you come at it. They resist no matter what and rather blame technology than the human part of the equation.
Inspired by a post from Lori Reed:3 Trainer’s Tips to Start the New Year: Let’s discuss what our training tips to other trainers are for the start of the new year.
Peter tapped the hive mind with the question: What distance/virtual learning software do you have experience with and what would you recommend?
Handouts? Inspired by this article: How to: Build a Social Media Cheat Sheet for Any Topic Do you use them in your workshops? If so, how many? Is too much, too much or are too few, too few?
See you on the next episode of T is for Training on Friday January 30th at 2 pm Eastern Time.