Cross-Country Connections:  Implementing Learning 2.0 in a Multistate Medical Library System Melissa L. Rethlefsen Mayo Cl...
Purpose To assess satisfaction with a 13-week Learning 2.0 course and to determine whether knowledge and use of Library 2....
Hypothesis Knowledge and use of Web 2.0 tools will increase
Program Description
 
 
Methodology Retrospective  pre-test/post test  design 4-month post-program follow-up survey Weekly progress logs measured ...
Program Completion
Completion by Job and Locale
Reasons for Not Finishing
Too Busy
Average Level of Knowledge 1 is no knowledge,  5 is expert level knowledge 3.24 After 1.98 Before
Mean Knowledge: Before and After 1 is no knowledge 5 is expert level knowledge
Knowledge: Mean Change  and Wilcoxon Signed-Rank  p -Values p<.0001 0.73 YouTube p<.0001 1.56 Social Bookmarking p<.0001 1...
Perceived Amount Learned
Amount Learned by  Overall Satisfaction
Overall Satisfaction:  Completers vs. Non-completers Average Satisfaction Completers: 1.3 Non-completers: 2.4 All responde...
Weekly Satisfaction Levels
Perceived Easiest and  Hardest Weeks
 
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!  It was a fantastic opportunity   It was a pain finding the time to devote to the activities but it wa...
I find it interesting that we are being  &quot;forced&quot;  to create a blog when Mayo does not approve of their use.  Ou...
Mean Perceived Usefulness to Mayo Libraries 1 is most useful, 5 is least useful
Perceived Most Useful 2.0 Tool for Mayo Libraries
Continued 2.0 Tool Use by Program Completers
Tool Use after 4 Months
 
Community and Sharing
Significant Increase in Knowledge Use of Web 2.0 Tools by Staff and Libraries Increased Positive Experience That Built Com...
<ul><li>Lessons Learned: </li></ul><ul><li>Keep the lessons simple and short </li></ul><ul><li>Offer comprehensive instruc...
Learning 2.0  Programs Require   Time
And a Positive Attitude to  Learning
Thank You! All images are Creative Commons licensed on Flickr.
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    1. 1. Cross-Country Connections: Implementing Learning 2.0 in a Multistate Medical Library System Melissa L. Rethlefsen Mayo Clinic Libraries, Rochester, MN Ann M. Farrell Mayo Clinic Libraries, Jacksonville, FL
    2. 2. Purpose To assess satisfaction with a 13-week Learning 2.0 course and to determine whether knowledge and use of Library 2.0/Web 2.0 concepts and tools by library staff increased
    3. 3. Hypothesis Knowledge and use of Web 2.0 tools will increase
    4. 4. Program Description
    5. 7. Methodology Retrospective pre-test/post test design 4-month post-program follow-up survey Weekly progress logs measured satisfaction
    6. 8. Program Completion
    7. 9. Completion by Job and Locale
    8. 10. Reasons for Not Finishing
    9. 11. Too Busy
    10. 12. Average Level of Knowledge 1 is no knowledge, 5 is expert level knowledge 3.24 After 1.98 Before
    11. 13. Mean Knowledge: Before and After 1 is no knowledge 5 is expert level knowledge
    12. 14. Knowledge: Mean Change and Wilcoxon Signed-Rank p -Values p<.0001 0.73 YouTube p<.0001 1.56 Social Bookmarking p<.0001 1.07 Flickr p<.0001 1.69 Online Collaboration Tools p<.0001 1.52 Mash-ups p<.0001 0.82 Wikis p<.0001 0.86 Podcasts p<.0001 1.42 RSS Readers p<.0001 0.90 Social Networking p<.0001 1.33 RSS Feeds p<.0001 1.61 Tagging p<.0001 1.61 Creating Blogs p<.0001 1.70 Social OPACs p<.0001 1.03 Blogs p Value Mean Change p Value Mean Change
    13. 15. Perceived Amount Learned
    14. 16. Amount Learned by Overall Satisfaction
    15. 17. Overall Satisfaction: Completers vs. Non-completers Average Satisfaction Completers: 1.3 Non-completers: 2.4 All responders: 1.6
    16. 18. Weekly Satisfaction Levels
    17. 19. Perceived Easiest and Hardest Weeks
    18. 21. THANK YOU SO MUCH!! It was a fantastic opportunity It was a pain finding the time to devote to the activities but it was really worth it!
    19. 22. I find it interesting that we are being &quot;forced&quot; to create a blog when Mayo does not approve of their use. Our Library runs on minimal staff and I feel that my time at work is better spent helping the patrons and performing my job responsibilities. I became overwhelmed on the second program when we had to do our own blog. I work at night, alone and there was no one to ask for help .
    20. 23. Mean Perceived Usefulness to Mayo Libraries 1 is most useful, 5 is least useful
    21. 24. Perceived Most Useful 2.0 Tool for Mayo Libraries
    22. 25. Continued 2.0 Tool Use by Program Completers
    23. 26. Tool Use after 4 Months
    24. 28. Community and Sharing
    25. 29. Significant Increase in Knowledge Use of Web 2.0 Tools by Staff and Libraries Increased Positive Experience That Built Community
    26. 30. <ul><li>Lessons Learned: </li></ul><ul><li>Keep the lessons simple and short </li></ul><ul><li>Offer comprehensive instructions, liaisons for tech newbies </li></ul><ul><li>Consider hands-on classes or meetings </li></ul><ul><li>Participants need to take responsibility for their own learning </li></ul>
    27. 31. Learning 2.0 Programs Require Time
    28. 32. And a Positive Attitude to Learning
    29. 33. Thank You! All images are Creative Commons licensed on Flickr.

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