Discover ways to maximize the impact of staff training to fit the ever-changing needs of the modern learner. Using instructional design principles, adult learning theories, and personal learning styles, participants will learn tips and tricks to engage staff members using microlearning techniques that are easy to integrate into a busy library schedule. At the end of the session, participants will have tools to customize and modernize their staff training program.
At the end of this session, participants will:
1: Be able to define what microlearning is and how it can benefit your library.
2: Develop ways to energize and refresh your training program using a short-burst learning style called "microlearning" that fits easily into the busy schedules of public libraries.
3: Be able to identify topics that can be adapted to the microlearning format for your library and gain resources to help incorporate microlearning into your existing training program.
Presenter: Julia Huprich is the Director of Curation Strategy at Intellum, an innovative technology company revolutionizing e-learning for companies like Google, Facebook, and Pinterest; she spends her days working to identify learning activities to enhance clients’ existing training programs. A former librarian, she previously worked as the Director of Training and Continuing Education for the Georgia Public Library Service, where she provided e-learning and in-person training for Georgia’s 4,000+ public library staff. She has been involved in training and development in the library field for over 10 years in several capacities, including instructional designer, trainer, and facilitator.
(No need to travel to the Indiana State Library, you can attend from the comfort of your own library!)
Webinar date and time: Wednesday, August 29, 2018 / 10 am to 11 am, Eastern
This webinar is eligible for 1 LEU which you will receive via email from your presenter within 30 days.
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