Training and Development

Going Global With Virtual Instructor-Led Training: Bucking Tradition (And Myth)

 

Most virtual instructor-led training today follows the traditional footprint of 60 minutes. Popular belief is that anything longer means you will lose your audience and that people are too busy to devote any more time than that.

Teacher Evaluation: Assessing Students to Demonstrate Learning

 

School librarians have been caught in the new wave of teacher evaluation reform. Defining and measuring student learning outcomes presents new challenges and new opportunities.

In this session, participants will examine assessment tools, review smart goals, and explore ways to use assessment to inform alibrary program instruction.

 

Webinar: Jumping into the Digital Humanities

Jumping into the Digital Humanities
Presented by Sarah V. Melton
December 3, 2:00pm to 3:00pm Eastern Time

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Transitioning from Sage on the Stage to Engaging Learning: Tips and tricks for presenting to adults

 

Tired of attending the same old presentations? Want to learn how to truly engage with your audience? Whether delivering presentations online or in person, attendee interaction and engagement are central to learning.

Grantseeking Basics

 

 

Gain an introduction to the world of foundation fundraising.

Are you a representative of a nonprofit organization?

Are you new to fundraising?

Do you want to learn how the funding research process works, and what tools and resources are available?

Objective Overruled

 

If you are still finding yourself writing learning objectives that contain the words “understand” or “know,” then object to those objectives and invest an hour honing your objective writing skills!

How Do Our Students Learn?: A Cognitive Psychological Model for Information Literacy Instruction

 

Effective student-centered pedagogy requires understanding how students learn, and tailoring our instruction accordingly. This webinar is designed to introduce teaching librarians to the cognitive science of learning and its potential to improve information literacy instruction.

Bozarthzone! Upskilling: The 21st Century Trainer

 

New tools for and ideas about learning are bringing in a new age for training and development practitioners. We now have real means of extending our reach, learners who can identify and satisfy their own learning needs, and opportunities to support workplace learning and performance like we’ve never had before.

 

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