Tag Archive for 'Learning'

Webinar Developing a Successful Poster Session

If you missed the online webinar about developing a successful poster session you now have the chance to follow the recording, thanks to ALA https://ala-events.zoom.us/rec/play/upcoIritpmo3GtyU5QSDCvQsW47rfa-shiEc-vUNxRq8AXBSMVSvY7BAZOWUnrcrKNgpSlwQfQllyjJ3?startTime=1582724735000 CPDWL would be very grateful if you could complete after our short survey to improve the upcoming webinars https://survey.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8BrJHSMMyvYKV4p Thanks to the moderator and presenters […]

Read full post…

Webinar: The Portfolio Process: Capturing and Documenting Your Workplace Learning

Pattern Research Inc. offers a free webinar on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 12:00 PM MDT: The Portfolio Process: Capturing and documenting your workplace learning. This programme can apply to a broad audience inside and outside of the library community, from people starting their careers to people looking to advance in […]

Read full post…

Managing conflict for Supervisor Success

One of the American Library Association (ALA) LearnRT workgroups has produced a new manager training module about Managing Conflict. The key learning objectives are: Supervisors will manage healthy relationships between themselves and their peers by fostering a positive and mutually supportive workplace environment. Supervisors will foster healthy relationships among staff […]

Read full post…

CPDWL Coaching initiative: Campaign for volunteer coaches

The coaching method has been explored by the Continuing Professional Development and Workplace Learning Standing Committee over the years, as part of Satellite Conferences and as part of the IFLA WLIC programme. Since 2019 CPDWL is collaborating with Management & Marketing Section on the Coaching initiative. We are now very […]

Read full post…

How to Host a Virtual Poster Session

The Instruction Committee of the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) Distance Learning Section (DLS) hosted its first virtual poster session April 1st-5th 2019. The committee sent out a call for proposals to a variety of listservs including ILI, DLS, and RUSA in January of 2019 and accepted a […]

Read full post…

Knowledge Café 2014: New wrap-up

Learning together: when experts from developed libraries work with developing countries, everyone learns and everyone teaches MARY AUGUSTA THOMAS (Smithsonian Libraries, Washington, DC. United States) Right from the start, the topic was reworked to lessen the “developed/developing polarity. However it provided a great springboard for discussions in all three rotations. […]

Read full post…

Another summary of table discussion at the Knowledge Café 2014 in Lyon

Learning from others – peer training best practices Moderator: Hannah Fischer, Library of Congress, USA Rapporteur: Karin Finer, European Parliament, Belgium There were many interesting discussions and examples of peer training activities around the world, including projects for sharing ideas and experiences on national level (http://osaavat.org/peerlearning/), dedicated websites for professional […]

Read full post…