Manage Staff Training
With the ever-changing nature of our work, library staff need fresh and innovative training opportunities to say current and to continue to meet the needs of our patrons. Managing staff training involves assessment of training needs, planning and evaluating staff development, and keeping on top of all the learning methods and formats available. Whether conducting training face-to-face or online, a blend of both or augmented with social media tools, managing staff learning can be the basis for a transformative and accessible learning organization for all.
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News / Last Modified: 30 July 2014
It can be a challenge to remain up to date in our ever-changing, always-demanding library positions. It's a good thing, then, that library staff tend to be lifelong learners, and just as good that there are more free training opportunities available ...
News / Last Modified: 29 July 2014
Librarians and library staff at the Starke County Public Library System (IN) recently participated in a race inside the library. Five teams led by assigned captains performed specific tasks within a limited time and had a lot of fun in the process. S...
Webinar / Last Modified: 29 July 2014
This webinar shares how staff at the Tooele City Library implemented a "Self-Directed Achievement" model for staff development.
Webinar / Last Modified: 25 July 2014
Archive and associated resources for August 10, 2011, session with Sarah Houghton-Jan as part of Trends in Library Training and Learning online conference.
Document / Last Modified: 27 June 2014
Overview and resources from the Interactive Session facilitated by WebJunction staff at Next Library 2014 focused on developing responsive learning models for library staff.