Librarian by Day Bobbi Newman | I'm not that kind of librarian

Posts Tagged ‘patrons’

Are other libraries teaching patrons about blogging?

06.19.2008 · Posted in Patron Services, Training

I'm taking a break from the video game (PS2) I'm playing, to write this, because even though I tell myself the hard parts teach me patient and perseverance, they really make my head want to explore.  :)  Last night I finally taught the rescheduled Introduction to Blogging class I was supposed to teach in May.  ...

Find Your Friends on Facebook

05.29.2008 · Posted in Patron Services, Training

I taught this class last night as part of the series of Internet classes I'm teaching to patrons at MRRL. I was a bit worried going into it, as almost all of the people at previous classes were seniors so I on the handout I added the websites I learned about at Internet Librarian last year.  It ...

Intro to Blogging for the Patrons

05.07.2008 · Posted in Patron Services, Training

Several people have asked me to share the classes I'm creating for the Patrons.  I'm doing half of the series, a coworker is doing the other half, so you'll only be seeing half the lessons. The first one is Introduction to Blogging.  It's geared towards, beginners, people don't really know much about blogs or blogging.  I'll ...

The Laptops are Here!

05.06.2008 · Posted in Funding, Patron Services, Training

The laptops are here! I snuck in early this morning to sneak a picture of one of them.  Dont' tell Robin! ;)  Yes all 15 are red, they were on clearance from Gateway.  We also purchased an instructor laptop that is blue, it's a bit more powerful.  Even better, it came with a free digital ...

Computer/Internet Classes for Patrons

03.13.2008 · Posted in Patron Services, Training

MRRL is getting ready to kick off it's new serious of computer/internet classes for the public. I've agreed to teach half of them, so I've been busy working on presentations and plans. I wonder how this will be different from teaching other Librarians. Here's my list of classes, any tips or suggestions? :) Introduction to ...