When: Friday February 13th (Friday/tomorrow) marks the next recording of T is for Training at 2 pm Eastern Time. Please dial or voip in and join us on the call/podcast.
What we probably will talk about:
How Can We Teach Others to Change? If librarians are inherently conservative and we FF/Facebook/Twitter/IM/2d Life etc folks are outliers, how can we bring change into our organizations? How can we teach others to be agents of change?
Presentation Pressure: Reference article: http://acrlog.org/2009/01/26/too-much-presentation-pressure/ This was touched on last show but I believe merits additional discussion.
Active Learning (For The College Classroom:) What lessons or ideas can we incorporate from this article into our own presentations? Source: http://www.calstatela.edu/dept/chem/chem2/Active/#individual This is a really detailed article.
If no one has read it, then we will discuss a suggestion of Lori Reed:
Making Training Shine in Difficult Times: Things we can do to make training stand out during tough economic times. How can we be seen as a business partner to the organization rather than “just a trainer.” Ways we can collaborate with other trainers to spread the training wealth.
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