Category Learning 2.0

Taking Traing to Patrons – 21 Things for 21st Century Parents

The fabulous Gretchen Caserotti and staff in the Childrens Department at the Darien Libray are kicking off a learning 2.0 class for parents. From the website: You are raising kids in a digital world. Facebook, Twitter and a growing number of websites and social tools are becoming increasingly important in most aspects of our 21st […]

23 Things Online Summit

If you have ever thought that your library should start a Learning 2.0 program, but don’t know where to begin here’s your chance! On Tuesday, March 3rd you’ll have 2 hours to listen to representatives from 23 Things on a Stick and Baker’s Dozen, Michael Sauers, and me share best practices and lessons learned about […]

State wide Learning 2.0 programs

Something that came up while I was giving my presentation at MLA is that Missouri should have state wide Learning 2.0 program.  My response – I’d love it! here is who go you suggest this to and let’s see what happens.  I ended up having several conversations with the “right” people before I left and […]

Is Library 2.0 and/or Web 2.0 really serving our patrons?

I saw and participated in a discussion on this on one of my email lists last week. I thought I’d take more time to write out my thoughts and responses on my blog.  Sarah posted this over in MaintainIT but it looks like she didn’t open it up for comments so I’m going to. Here […]

23 Things updates from PLCM

PLCMC, who we “stole” our Library Learning 2.0 program from, has created a Zoho Notebook to highlight updates to the applications they used in the 23 Things since the lessons were written. The guide shows the original date the lesson was posted, how the tool worked “then” and now it works “now”, it’s interesting to […]

Remeber, training is not learning.

Helene had a great post about training vs learning. A reminder just when I needed one! She never stops inspiring me! :) The best learning happens by self-discovery, when two very important elements are present. In order for anyone to truly learn, they must be a) engaged in their own discovery process and b) be […]


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