From Training to Learning

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From the session: Training is Not Learning? Monday, October 17th 2011
Internet Librarian Monterey, CA

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From Training to Learning

  1. 1. Our Situation1.5 Million County residents54 Public Libraries49 Libraries in Consortium8.5 million item database970,000+ Registered Library Users
  2. 2. Where We StartedSoftware training as libraries joined the consortiumLarge User Group meetings to continue training on the softwareIndividual training for staff new to the software
  3. 3. Photo courtesy Suffolk County Library Association
  4. 4. Photo courtesy Suffolk County Library Association
  5. 5. TrainingStep-by-stepTask OrientedSoftware specific“Follow thesesteps and you willbe able toperform thenecessary task.”
  6. 6. OK, now press a Key… No, not the “a” key!Photo courtesy Riverhead Free Library, Riverhead, NY
  7. 7. http://www.flickr.com/photos/quisnovus/5458167711/
  8. 8. http://www.flickr.com/photos/multnomahcountylibrary/5579094894/
  9. 9. Photo taken at North Shore Public Library, Shoreham, NY
  10. 10. Where We Hope to GoTraining Learning•Demonstrate specific •Understandbehavior or actions information concepts•Focus on techniques and and contextprocess •Developing judgment•Oriented towards •Transferrable skillsspecific tasks •Responsibility on•Responsibility on trainer Learner•Short term, when •Long-Term, Ongoingneeded
  11. 11. Training Site ca. 2003
  12. 12. Training Site ca. 2006
  13. 13. Training Site ca. 2006
  14. 14. What We’re AddingPersonalized Info StreamsDiscussion ForumsInteractive Learning ActivitiesCollaborative WorkspacesSelf Driven Training ResourcesDistance Learning
  15. 15. Training Site 2011 (in development)
  16. 16. Communication ca. 2000
  17. 17. Communication ChangesTargeted to specific interests and information needsUsing mainstream technologies to provide information accessProviding feedback opportunities
  18. 18. Communication ca. 2011
  19. 19. Communication ca. 2011
  20. 20. Communication ca. 2011
  21. 21. Communication ca. 2011
  22. 22. New Training Facilities
  23. 23. New Class ApproachWebinars – to replace demos, lectures and Q&A sessionsScreencasts – for basic training needsHands on Workshops – interactive learningDiscussion Groups
  24. 24. Teaching about Teaching http://www.lifewisdominstitute.org/learningpyramid.html
  25. 25. Teaching Concepts XHow to Search the OPAC21st Century Search Tools and Techniques XMaking a Facebook ProfileOnline Privacy and Identity Management
  26. 26. Multimedia Tools
  27. 27. Games and Activitieshttp://members.tripod.com/matthew_lyon/generators/millionaireGenerator.html http://www.says-it.com/jeopardy/
  28. 28. ChallengesResponsibilityMotivationFundingPace of Change http://www.flickr.com/photos/jocke66/470466274/
  29. 29. “Employers tend to confusetraining and learning.Training gets done to you.Learning is something anindividual does themselves.” - Ian Delaney http://twopointouch.com/2008/business/sit-and-listen/
  30. 30. http://wrightstuffmusic.com/2010/08/05/blooms-taxonomy-from-pirates-of-the-caribbean/
  31. 31. http://sceptre2.drupalgardens.com/sites/sceptre2.drupalgardens.com/files/learning%20jpg.JPG
  32. 32. Questions?Emily ClasperSuffolk Cooperative Library Systememily@suffolknet.orghttp://eclasper.comTwitter: @eclasper

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