Workshops The Reference Interview in the 21st Century – INCOLSA Workshops around Indiana Spring & Summer 2003 Make Learning Stick Preconference Workshop, Internet Librarian, Monterey, CA, November 2003 Make Learning Stick Pre-conference Workshop, with D. Scott Brandt, Computers in Libraries, Washington DC, March 2004 SLS Tech Summit : Staff and User Technology Training with Robert Lewandowski, Wedenesday May 19, 2004 Make Learning Stick Pre-conference Workshop, with D. Scott Brandt, Internet Librarian, Monterey, CA, November 2004 Technology Planning: Avoiding Technolust & Technobust with Aaron Schmidt, Computers in Libraries, Washington DC, March 2005 Toolbox of Training Techniques with D. Scott Brandt, Computers […]
Public Presentations: Mishawaka Public Library 1998-1999 Northeast Indiana Libraries Training Sessions Summer 1998 Michiana Tax Accountants December 1998 Michiana Consultants Group 1998 Investigating INSPIRE Northeast Indiana Libraries November 1999 Michiana Tax Accountants December 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 Nappanee Public Library – HTML Classes, Digital Cameras, Auctions Bremen Public Library Technology Classes Plymouth Public Library Technology Classes
Joyce just made my morning: http://www.chandospublishing.com/catalogue/record_detail.php?recordID=47 Ordered! I am excited about this! Today I am writing an outline for a research porposal to examine the LIS Blogosphere… this book will be an incredible help! Steven sent me an article last week by Clyde on the same topic that I’ve been carrying around since.
From LISNews: http://www.lisnews.com/article.pl?sid=04/10/30/0836242 How wonderful…. I hope more and more cities fall in line as well. I want to findmyself anywhere and be connected with my PowerBook — especially with the online classes I’m in! A great starter is adding wifi at your library and promoting the heck out of it!
Aaron just posted this: http://www.walkingpaper.org/index.php?id=112 Through some crazy turn of events, along with Barbara Fullerton and Sabrina Pacifici I?ll be on the closing keynote panel at internet librarian 2004. It is titled ?Wacky World of Gadgets: The 70?s and Beyond!? and should be fun. I?m a bit of a gadget enthusiast, but I?m sure there are some I?ve missed. If there?s some sort of cool tool you think needs to be mentioned, just lemme know. ROCK ON AARON! I’m there!
Take a look to see how cool last year was! http://www.libraryforlife.org/tech/IL2003Photos/index.htm
Hope to see you there! Here’s what I’ll be up to: Sunday Nov 14th Workshop 19 Make Learning Stick: Creating 5-Star, User-Centered Training & Instruction 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Michael Stephens, Technology Training and Web Development, St. Joseph County Public Library D. Scott Brandt, Professor & Technology Training Librarian, Purdue University, & Columnist for Computers in Libraries Once you have assessed and identified user needs, you?re ready to build a lesson plan or course module to guide the learning. This update of the popular workshop, ?Teaching the Internet in 60 Minutes,? is taught by a dynamic duo representing both […]
I got bit by the moblog bug! http://www.tametheweb.com/dc/ Watch that space or subscribe to the RSS feed to see where I am and what the heck I’m getting into! Why didn’t I do this for England? Thanks to Mr. Aaron Schmidt for his help!
Not only did I attend and speak at a great conference… I took 5 extra days and did some FUN tourism stuff… http://www.tametheweb.com/galleries/London2004/ Included is a trip to the London Brass Rubbing Centre and many views of St. Paul’s Cathedral! Best place for lunch? St. Martin’s in the Fields Cafe in the Crypt… or Beetroot!