A Basketful of Shows

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)

May 17, 2013, Episode 118 – Roll Your Own Conference, 58 min.
Quick show notes: Conference Sessions, CIL2013, The Future of Conferences and Power.

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.




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