T is for Training is now recording on Thursday nights and our last get together was on Oct. 10 (9 p.m. ET).  The technology spirits were not good to us (this seems to be a recent trend), but we were able to pull together a good conversation nonetheless.  On the call were Andrea Snyder, Jill Hurst-Wahl, Paul Signorelli and Maurice Coleman.  We used the article “Four learning & development trends in the digital age” as our starting point.  We discussed the different ways people want to learn (see graphic below), the need for people to take charge of their own learning (self-directed learning), meeting people where they are, engaging in short bursts of training, and taking existing training and modifying into different formats.

Our next show will be Oct. 24 (Thursday) at 9 p.m. E.T. (6 p.m. P.T.)

You can listen episode 254 on the TalkShoe platform.

Resources:

Four learning & development trends in the digital age
Elementary Education Has Gone Terribly Wrong

 

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TechnologyOn 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).

Resource

“Tech Flop: When NOT to Use Technology in the Classroom” Meghan Selway, KQED Education blog, June 11, 2019

 

 

 

Phoenix bird imageAfter 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.

Resources

The library training, teaching, learning podcast is back in your ear holes. 

Come join the fun TONIGHT at 8:30 pm Eastern on our platform Talkshoe.

T is for Training on Talkshoe.

Think of it as the first day back at school, with new clothes and old friends.

See you then!

Mobile made from guitars at the Washington Convention CenterMaurice Coleman and Jill Hurst-Wahl met in Talkshoe  on a Friday night at 9 p.m. ET to do a show.  Yes, we’re recording now in the evenings, although perhaps not this late (unless it works well for people).  Maurice and Jill primarily talked about the ALA Annual Conference, which was held June 21-24 in Washington, DC.  Amazingly, Jill has added dozens of library-related conferences, but this was her first full-fledged ALA conference!

We talked about specific ALA sessions, pros and cons of the conference, the exhibit hall, and some conference advice.

Given that we are now recording in the evening – and it is summer – we’re not on a new schedule yet.  Maurice intends to host a show during the week of August 12.  Watch for an announcement of when that will occur.

Resources (a.k.a. Jill’s blog posts):

 

So we are going to try an evening recording of the podcast.  Tonight at 9 eastern via talkshoe. Call information is on the sidebar.

Sorry that there are no real links but i am doing this from my older phone.

See some of you then.

Petroglyph National MonumentFirst, there will be no show recorded this Friday, July 19.  While you’re considering what to do with the time, we’re asking that you use part of that time to give us some feedback.

After 10+ years, T is for Training needs to record on a different day and a different time. This is a major change for us, so we want to ask if there is something else we should change. Do you want us to:

  • Change the focus on this podcast?
  • Create shorter podcasts?
  • Do more interviews?
  • Wrangle more people to be participants?
  • Or…what?

Please leave comments and let us know your thoughts! Thanks!  Every comment – even if it is just a word of encouragement – helps.

And – yes – once we have set our new recording schedule, we will post that information broadly.  For now, I seem to think there are some interviews from the ATD Conference that haven’t been published yet….

We will not be recording this coming Friday, July 5th, 2019.   We have been given a day off and will use it for increased consumption of Vitamin D.

The only constant in life is change and this show is no different.

Don’t worry, the show will continue. That much I can say for now.

Stay tuned for updates in the coming weeks.

 

The Dizzy Pig Donut from Glazed and Confused in Syracuse, NYAndrea Snyder, Paul Signorelli, and Maurice Coleman started with a list of great ideas to nurture those members of a highly successful organization from the book The Dysfunctional Library: Challenges and Solutions to Workplace Relationships. They then pivoted to talk about accessible self and organizational development.  Along the way, they dropped in tips (listen to the podcast for them) and content recommendations.

Books, Blogs and Other Materials Mentioned

By the way, Friday, June 7, National Donut Day!  We hope you celebrated appropriately!

 

 

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I had the pleasure of sitting down at the 2019 ATD ICE with Paul Meshanko, who is all about respect and how it is a powerful tool for success in the workplace.  Paul spoke at the conference about The Respect Effect: Reaching Beyond Tolerance to Build an Inclusive Workplace which is also the title of his book: The Respect Effect

https://www.amazon.com/Respect-Effect-Neuroleadership-Productive-Workplace/dp/0071816097/ref=sr_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1367956824&sr=1-3

You can download the interview HERE

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Please enjoy the interview with Paul about respect, workplace conditions and other great topics.

Paul Meshanko’s Book The Respect Effect

T is for Training can be found on twitter @tisfortraining and on the web at tisfortraining.wordpress.com

 

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