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Each One Teach One:
Growing your Training Program Locally
Jennifer Bielewski and Jenny Liberatore,
LYRASIS Educational Services Librarians
By the end of this session, participants will be able to:
Identify Evergreen training needs at your institution
Outline a DIY training plan
Understand the importance of training etiquette and how it can make or break your training program
SMART Training Objectives
Types of Learning
Develop an understanding
Develop a skill
Influence an attitude
Instill a value
How Adults Learn
Based on experience
Decide for themselves what is important
Expect information to be useful immediately
Build on prior experience to learn new material
Keeping Their Attention
Activities & Exercises
Ice Breakers Games
Different methods Focused
Keeping Their Attention
Break tasks down into basic components.
Teach only correct procedures.
Keep training cycles short.
Reinforce the material with practice and exercises.
Motivate then reward.
Repeat until you are sure they got it.
Keep in mind…
Different types of expertise are necessary in any institution.
The trainer does not have to know everything .
Try to set up meetings in person to “show” them instead of just “telling” them.
A statement in specific and measurable terms that describes what the learner will know or be able to do as a result of engaging in a learning activity .
A measurable verb
Condition under which the performance is to occur
The criterion of acceptable performance
Ex: By the end of this class, the learner will be able to identify online resources for Evergreen documentation.
Instructional strategies Source: Bucceri, M. (2009, February 12). Converting instructor –led training to eLearning . Presented at Saba Web Seminar Series. Retrieved February 12, 2008 from http://learning.centra.com/CKSResourceRoot/learning%20objects/convertinginstructor-ledtrainingtoe-learning_2009-02-12.pdf Lecture Small group exercises Knowledge check/assessment Demo Hands-on labs/exercises Answer questions Discussion Observe and coach Help apply content to job
Break your core topic down
(Up to) 4 sub-topics
Cluster in each sub-topic
Develop outline for sub-topics
This will become your agenda
Back of napkin: resources needed, environmental concerns, learning styles
Morgan, P. J., & McDaniel, J. A. (2009). Training paraprofessionals for reference service: A how-to-do-it manual for librarians . New York: Neal-Schuman.