I will be updating this in the near future.
Subjects:Welcome/Icebreaker/Why T is for Training; Dealing with Information Overload; What is a/your personal learning environment? and Dealing with your staff personal training needs; What tools do you use to transfer your small burst/Just in Time Trainings? What kinds of skills do we need to teach in library school to encourage quality training? From the Back Room.
Subjects: Welcome/Icebreaker/Why T is for Training; Undercover Training: How do you handle those “outside of your system” training opportunities; Do you want to go to ALA? Or CIL or LITA? Qualify and Certify: Trainer Certifications, Qualifications and Organizations; From the Back Room: Helping a small church library in East Texas.
T is for Training Episode #3: Don’t Worry About Being an Idiot
Subjects: Keeping an Even Keel: What do you do to stay sane and healthy when you’re training and/or traveling too much? How do you take command of your space as a trainer? Do You Know what I’m Saying? How do you say what you say so that your trainees understand what you are saying?
T is for Training Episode #4 — Slap It Together and Get It Done
Subjects: Welcome/Icebreaker/Why T is for TrainingHas anyone has noticed a downturn in class registrations yet? How do we handle assessment in all of its forms as trainers? Tips on dealing with the “Ahead of the Pack” Trainee during a training. Wrap-up