On this nighttime version of T is for Training were Paul Signorelli and Maurice Coleman. (Seems like some other regulars were traveling.) Areas they said they would explore were:
- How do we determine when to incorporate tech into our training-teaching-learning endeavors?
- What spectacular failures have we seen/encountered?
- How to we recover from those failures?
- What successes have we had–and why?
This episode is 34 minutes in length. The next T is for Training will be recorded at 9 p.m. ET on Oct. 10 (Thursday). You can call-in by dialing 1-605-562-0444 (U.S. phone number) and using the show ID: 24719. You can also connect through the TalkShoe website, beginning about 15 minutes before showtime, and use your computer microphone and sound (please use a headset).
“Tech Flop: When NOT to Use Technology in the Classroom” Meghan Selway, KQED Education blog, June 11, 2019
After an absence, T is for Training is back! On the call were Maurice Coleman, Diane Huckabay, Andrea Snyder, Paul Signorelli, and Jill Hurst-Wahl. We talked about online learning, digital literacy, learning to learn, and learning as you go. Our library staff need to be able to understand technology basics and then be able to learn in the moment, when necessary. Near the end, we talked a bit about ransomware, which has been hitting some libraries in the U.S.
Maurice is suggesting that T is for Training record every two weeks on Thursday evenings at 8:30 p.m. ET. The next one will be on Sept. 26. You can listen to this show on TalkShoe.
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Think of it as the first day back at school, with new clothes and old friends.
See you then!