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Design your own

23 things
programme

Niamh Tumelty (@niamhpage)
University of Cambridge
„23 Things‟ is a type of training…
…which started at the Public Library of Charlotte &
Mecklenburg County (North Carolina,...
the PLCMC course aimed…
“…to encourage staff to experiment and learn about the
new and emerging technologies that are resh...
new and emerging technologies
23 things has been hugely popular…
483 versions had been noted by the PLCMC organisers by
November 2011, including:
public...
23 things for prof dev (aka cpd23)
is the same…

…but different
cpd23 in a nutshell
“doing for continuing professional development tools
what other 23 Things programmes have done for soc...
who was cpd23 for?
23 things in Cambridge
• 23 Things@CamMedLib + Follow that… (2010)
• 23 Things Cambridge (2010, 2011)

+
New Professionals...
the people
these people
all
volunteered
or were
invited to
help
the things
Start a blog Meet the other participants
Online presence & personal brand
Current awareness: RSS, Twitter, Push...
venue

cpd23.blogspot.com
cpd23 in statistics
most useful things
Start a blog

Meet the other participants

Online presence & personal brand
Current awareness: RSS, Twi...
highlights

Helen Murphy‟s posts are
always funny, liberally
sprinkled with attractive
photos, and have plenty to say
abou...
highlights
Nikki was described as “a very
interesting and generous
blogger”
highlights

A lot of personalities shone
through…
highlights

Several posts discussed issues
that are central in current
debates about the profession
and stirred up plenty ...
highlights

…this one sprang out of
disagreements about just what
„advocacy‟ means, and how
central it is (or isn‟t) to
pr...
so, did people enjoy cpd23?
we asked participants to sum up their cpd23-experience
in a six-word story.

here are a few of...
“

I registered, I blogged, I grew
always challenged. sometimes overwhelmed.
never bored.

useful, informative, flexible, ...
“

made me do; made me think.
a positive, career-focused professional
experience
sharing begets sharing. everyone wins: re...
Complaints?
“I was slightly disappointed that there was less 'new to
me' content. But the new stuff was interesting and I'...
so what?
why „23 Things‟ for
Academic and Special
Libraries?
it‟s free
bite-sized
time it to suit you
dip in and out
make use of small amounts of time
take time off when you‟re busy and
come back later
contacts and support
social media fosters communication, collaboration,
learning, understanding, recommendations, current
...
Over to you…..
tips & tricks: participants
it‟s not a race

engage with other participants: ask for advice, comment
on their posts, share...
tips & tricks: organisers
use online tools to manage your workflows, organise your
material, share ideas, hold meetings an...
publicity
mailing lists
CILIP branches and
groups
other library
associations
conferences

Twitter
blog posts
LIS new
profe...
all images adapted from Creative Commons photographs found on Flickr

Leo Reynolds (1-2, 4-5, 7-9, 12-14, 17-20), Simon Sc...
find out more at

cpd23.blogspot.com
Presentation based 0n one by Katie Birkwood and shared
under a Creative Commons Attri...
…and Good Luck!
Niamh Tumelty, Librarian

Department of Engineering, Cambridge
nt311@cam.ac.uk | @niamhpage
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  1. 1. Design your own 23 things programme Niamh Tumelty (@niamhpage) University of Cambridge
  2. 2. „23 Things‟ is a type of training… …which started at the Public Library of Charlotte & Mecklenburg County (North Carolina, USA) in August 2006.
  3. 3. the PLCMC course aimed… “…to encourage staff to experiment and learn about the new and emerging technologies that are reshaping the context of information on the Internet today”
  4. 4. new and emerging technologies
  5. 5. 23 things has been hugely popular… 483 versions had been noted by the PLCMC organisers by November 2011, including: public libraries, university libraries, school libraries, health libraries, archivists, parents, museums, school administrators, teachers… USA, UK, Ireland, Hong Kong, Netherlands, Poland, Italy, Denmark, Sweden, Belgium, Norway, Australia…
  6. 6. 23 things for prof dev (aka cpd23) is the same… …but different
  7. 7. cpd23 in a nutshell “doing for continuing professional development tools what other 23 Things programmes have done for social media and web 2.0”
  8. 8. who was cpd23 for?
  9. 9. 23 things in Cambridge • 23 Things@CamMedLib + Follow that… (2010) • 23 Things Cambridge (2010, 2011) + New Professionals Conference • CILIP Career Development Group • University of Sheffield, 2010
  10. 10. the people these people all volunteered or were invited to help
  11. 11. the things Start a blog Meet the other participants Online presence & personal brand Current awareness: RSS, Twitter, Pushnote Reflective practice Online networks Offline networks Google Calendar Evernote Formal training Informal training Catch-up week Filesharing Collaboration: wikis References: Zotero, Mendeley, citeulike Events Publication Presenting information: Prezi & Slideshare Podcasts and screencapture Integrating 1-19 into daily life Career paths Job applications Final reflection
  12. 12. venue cpd23.blogspot.com
  13. 13. cpd23 in statistics
  14. 14. most useful things Start a blog Meet the other participants Online presence & personal brand Current awareness: RSS, Twitter, Pushnote Reflective practice Online networks Offline networks Google Calendar Evernote Formal training Informal training Catch-up week Filesharing Collaboration: wikis References: Zotero, Mendeley, citeulike Events Publication Presenting information: Prezi & Slideshare Podcasts and screencapture Integrating 1-19 into daily life Career paths Job applications Final reflection
  15. 15. highlights Helen Murphy‟s posts are always funny, liberally sprinkled with attractive photos, and have plenty to say about the Things in question.
  16. 16. highlights Nikki was described as “a very interesting and generous blogger”
  17. 17. highlights A lot of personalities shone through…
  18. 18. highlights Several posts discussed issues that are central in current debates about the profession and stirred up plenty of discussion themselves. This one considered the value of professional organisations such as CILIP…
  19. 19. highlights …this one sprang out of disagreements about just what „advocacy‟ means, and how central it is (or isn‟t) to professionalism.
  20. 20. so, did people enjoy cpd23? we asked participants to sum up their cpd23-experience in a six-word story. here are a few of them…
  21. 21. “ I registered, I blogged, I grew always challenged. sometimes overwhelmed. never bored. useful, informative, flexible, enjoyable, quality resource jumped in, learnt loads, shared loads
  22. 22. “ made me do; made me think. a positive, career-focused professional experience sharing begets sharing. everyone wins: result! I feel part of a community
  23. 23. Complaints? “I was slightly disappointed that there was less 'new to me' content. But the new stuff was interesting and I'm using some of it in my work routines.” “Some things were a bit tricky to use because they were filtered at my place of work and I wanted to see how I could use them in a work context, e.g. dropbox and Evernote” “I struggled to keep up-to-date”
  24. 24. so what? why „23 Things‟ for Academic and Special Libraries?
  25. 25. it‟s free
  26. 26. bite-sized
  27. 27. time it to suit you dip in and out make use of small amounts of time take time off when you‟re busy and come back later
  28. 28. contacts and support social media fosters communication, collaboration, learning, understanding, recommendations, current awareness, friendships...
  29. 29. Over to you…..
  30. 30. tips & tricks: participants it‟s not a race engage with other participants: ask for advice, comment on their posts, share your thoughts or don‟t: several people took part „silently‟ by reading and thinking about the Things but not blogging work with colleague or friend to help each other out and keep motivated you don‟t have to like every Thing: keep the good ones and bin the rest.
  31. 31. tips & tricks: organisers use online tools to manage your workflows, organise your material, share ideas, hold meetings and to get help ask for help when you need it embrace the unexpected and the serendipitous do plan, but don‟t try to be perfect
  32. 32. publicity mailing lists CILIP branches and groups other library associations conferences Twitter blog posts LIS new professionals network word of mouth (explicitly encouraged)
  33. 33. all images adapted from Creative Commons photographs found on Flickr Leo Reynolds (1-2, 4-5, 7-9, 12-14, 17-20), Simon Scott (3), CarbonNYC (6), greenchartreuse (11), always13 (10), opusinfinity (15), duncan (16, 21), Leigh Harris (22), & fraumrau (23) „wip‟ by Christiane Struck „Mankind‟ by Éole Wind „Free stuff‟ by Lee Bennett „Highland Theatre‟ by lesley middlemass ‟57 reasons to rob‟ by Niecieden „designer‟ choloates by Alex Gaylon „clock stencil‟ by Dan Machold „One Pound?‟ by Tom Lynch See http://bit.ly/ttIvzu for details „puppies‟ by Muchał Grajkowski
  34. 34. find out more at cpd23.blogspot.com Presentation based 0n one by Katie Birkwood and shared under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike licence.
  35. 35. …and Good Luck! Niamh Tumelty, Librarian Department of Engineering, Cambridge nt311@cam.ac.uk | @niamhpage
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