Last Modified: 06 August 2015
This article describes the technical approaches to capturing the content for each model. Each model links to an example of a fully-developed course, which will give you ideas about how to augment the core content.
Last Modified: 29 September 2014
The final courses created by SCEC participants. Course summaries include descriptions, objectives, designers, subject matter experts, and other information.
- WebJunction Presenter Best Practices
- WebJunction Webinars: Prepare Your Players
- WebJunction Webinars: Overview
- WebJunction Webinars Pre-Orientation for Attendees
- Webinar Registration Email Example
- WebJunction Webinar Tech Support Samples
Last Modified: 21 January 2014
This collection of materials draws from WebJunction's eight years of experience delivering webinars to the library field. Based on resources and presentation developed by Jennifer Peterson.
Last Modified: 19 September 2012
Collection of explorations of new learning trends conducted by CE coordinator, WebJunction Partner team leads, and at a second ALA Midwinter 2013 session co-sponsored with LearnRT and WALT.
- Getting to Know Your Library: the Community
- Getting to Know Your Library: Computers
- Getting to Know Your Library: eBooks, Digital Media and Databases
- Getting to Know Your Library: Marketing
- Getting to Know Your Library: Policies
- Getting to Know Your Library: Resources and Logistics
- Getting to Know Your Library: The Books!
- Getting to Know Your Library: Volunteers
- Steps to Success: Computer Class and Resource Referral List
- Steps to Success: Delivering Classroom Training
- Steps to Success: eReaders, Tablets and Smartphones
- Steps to Success: Grant Writing
- Steps to Success: Marketing
- Steps to Success: Outreach
- Steps to Success: Providing One-on-One Assistance
- Steps to Success: Plan a New Computer Class
- Steps to Success: Troubleshooting
- Steps to Success: Volunteers
- Level Up: Attend a Community Event
- Level Up: Community Data Gathering
- Level Up: Create or update a Handout
- Level Up: Create or update a Screencast or Online How-to Guide
- Level Up: Create a Volunteer Handbook
- Level Up: Demographics and Polices
- Level Up: Emerging Technology
- Level Up: Evaluate the Effectiveness of a Service
- Level Up: Google Analytics
- Level Up: Implement a New Technology
- Level Up: Open Source Software
- Level Up: Partnerships
- Level Up: Privacy
- Level Up: Reflect
- Level Up: Put Together a Technology Policy
- Level Up: Put Together a Troubleshooting Checklist
- Level Up: Safe Social Networking
- Level Up: Social Media
- Level Up: Staff Training
- Level Up: Understanding Filtering
- Level Up: Understanding the needs of People with Disabilities in Your Community
- Level Up: Understand Security
- Level Up: User Experience
- Level Up: Web Content
- Where might I find volunteers for tech training?
- Volunteer with Your Library!
- Volunteer Time Sheet
Last Modified: 21 March 2012
Guiding Ohio Online is an AmeriCorps program that places members in rural Ohio libraries to deliver digital literacy training through computer classes, one-on-one computer assistance, outreach, and volunteer recruitment.
Last Modified: 21 March 2012
This article follows a day-in-the-life of a trainer teaching a synchronous e-learning course.
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