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  • 1.
    • Each One Teach One:
    • Growing your Training Program Locally
    • Jennifer Bielewski and Jenny Liberatore,
    • LYRASIS Educational Services Librarians
  • 2. Learning Objectives
    • 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
  • 3. SMART Training Objectives
  • 4. Types of Learning
    • Acquire knowledge
    • Develop an understanding
    • Develop a skill
    • Influence an attitude
    • Instill a value
  • 5. How Adults Learn
    • High participation
    • Collaborative environment
    • Based on experience
    • Decide for themselves what is important
    • Expect information to be useful immediately
    • Build on prior experience to learn new material
  • 6. Keeping Their Attention
    • Visuals Humor
    • Activities & Exercises
    • Variety
    • Ice Breakers Games
    • Different methods Focused
  • 7. Keeping Their Attention
    • Start Simple.
    • 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.
  • 8. 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.
  • 9. Learning objectives
    • 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 .
    • Typically includes:
      • A measurable verb
      • Condition under which the performance is to occur
      • The criterion of acceptable performance
  • 10. Learning objectives
    • Ex: By the end of this class, the learner will be able to identify online resources for Evergreen documentation.
  • 11. 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
  • 12. Napkin Method
    • 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
  • 13. Resources
    • Morgan, P. J., & McDaniel, J. A. (2009). Training paraprofessionals for reference service: A how-to-do-it manual for librarians . New York: Neal-Schuman.
    • CLENE: http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/rts/clenert/newsletter/0902.pdf
    • Staff training checklist: http://www.usu.edu/teachall/text/behavior/LRBIpdfs/Straining.pdf
  • 14. Contact us
    • Jennifer Bielewski, Jenny Liberatore
    • http://www.lyrasis.org. 800-999-8558