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Presented at Computers in Libraries 2011, Washington, DC. March 23, 2011.

Presented at Computers in Libraries 2011, Washington, DC. March 23, 2011.

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  • http://www.nlc.state.ne.us/netserv/learning2.0/February 11 - April 13, 20089 weeksParticipation voluntary – they were our guinea pigs.  There were49 NLC staff25 started – 50% of staff9 completed – 36% of the 25 who startedSelf-reported, but checked by us.Every NLC staff member who completed all 23 things was entered into a drawing for three donated MP3 players Director of NLC purchased with his own $. April 15 - Library Worker Appreciation Day Finale – Party and drawing of prizes
  • Went statewide that Fall. Open to all Nebraska library staff, board members. October 6, 2008 - January 26, 2009Business cards handed out at NLA, etc.:23 Things - 16 Weeks15 CE Credits - 9 MP3 Playershttp://l2ne.blogspot.com/2008/09/home.htmlHad to complete ALL Things to earn 15 CE and chance to win prize.Nine 8GB Creative Zen MP3 Players – Prize $ to purchase MP3 players donated by ITART, NEMA and NLAblogs created by participants: 165blog posts by participants: 2383 (2406)comments left on the NEL2 blog: 2257e-mails sent amongst 4 NLC staff running the program: 345Participants who finished: 83 – 50% - High complete rate due to CE creditNCompass Live – February 11, 2009 – “Nebraska Learns 2.0 Wrap-up” – prizes drawn
  • Current ongoing program - http://nelearns.blogspot.com/2009/03/home.htmlAnnounced in April 2009. First Thing in May. March 2011– Thing #46!At the start (April-May)47 people set up blogs, told us they were going to do it18 from first program29 new people.As of June 2009 – 16 of those new 29 had completed new prerequisite.1 CE for each Thing completed. Do whichever ones they want, jump in and out as they like. If you aren’t interested or don’t have time for a thing during its month, skip it and see what we’re doing next month.
  • CARHENGE! Alliance, Nebraska
  • THINGS COMPLETED#24 - 23 #25 - 22    #26 - 14   #27 - 12   #28 - 10       #29 – 4#30 - 6#31- 5#32 - 2#33 - 1#34 – 7BLOGS CREATEDMay 2009 – 47March 2010 – 4April 2010 - 4
  • NE population 2010 Census - 1,826,341, ranked 38th state by pop, 270 public libraries. THINGS COMPLETED BLOGS CREATED#32 - 2 Jan #33 - 1 Feb#34 – 7 March - 4#35 – 4 April - 4#36 – 6 May - 2#37 – 5 June - 1#38 – 5 July - 2#39 – 2 Aug - 2#40 – 8 Sept - 1#41 – 6 Oct – 0 #42 – 2 Nov - 2#43 – 6 Dec - 2#44 – 5 Jan - 3#45 – 4 Feb – 0#46 – March 2011 – 2 so far

The 24th Thing: What's Next? CiL 2011 The 24th Thing: What's Next? CiL 2011 Presentation Transcript

  • The 24th Thing: What’s Next?
    Christa Burns
    Nebraska Library Commission
    Computers in Libraries
    March 23, 2011
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/overduebook/292074688/
  • Nebraska Learns 2.0
    Thru March 2010
  • Promote and Support!
    Blog
    Twitter
    Facebook
    Mailing lists
    Do each others’ Things
  • Nebraska Learns 2.0
    January 2010 – February 2011
  • DON’T DROP
    THE BALL!
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/helico/404640681/
  • Nebraska Learns 2.0
    Staff
    • http://www.nlc.state.ne.us/netserv/ learning2.0/
    Statewide – 16 weeks
    • http://l2ne.blogspot.com/
    Ongoing
    • http://nelearns.blogspot.com/
  • Questions?
    Christa Burns
    Special Projects Librarian
    Nebraska Library Commission
    christa.burns@nebraska.gov
    http://www.slideshare.net/cjburns