Daily Archives: October 11, 2005

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The Blogger’s Toolkit Workshop at ILI2005

Sunday morning I spent three hours with a neat group of librarians from all over the world discussing how to successfully implement weblogs into the library setting. We had a lively discussion and the group came up with some brilliant ideas. Many of them already had some blog experience as well as a few were working with wikis! URLs Visited Handout Blog Bibliography Sample Style Guide from SJCPL Evaluating LIS weblogs & a worksheet to use when evaluating other library blogs. A brief PPT file of blog features used as a handout (With special thanks to Darlene Fichter for this […]

Twenty Technology Training Tips

Rob Coers and I met for the first time last year at ILI 2004. What amazed me is how similar our training back grounds are: training public librarians for many years, etc. From that meeting, we began chatting and decided to propose a session on technology training for 2005 and presented “Twenty Technology Training Tips for Trainers” yesterday. I was excited about the idea of two trainers from different parts of the world coming together to share experiences and insights. What an incredible session it was! With most planning and discussion carried out via IM and other tools, we had […]