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Power Up Your Learning Organization: Make the Shift from Training to Learning. Michele A. Leininger Information Experience Director Pierce County Library System mleininger@piercecountylibrary.org. Jennifer Fenton CE/Training Coordinator Washington State Library jennifer.fenton@sos.wa.gov.

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power up your learning organization make the shift from training to learning

Power Up Your Learning Organization: Make the Shift from Training to Learning

Michele A. Leininger

Information Experience Director

Pierce County Library System

mleininger@piercecountylibrary.org

Jennifer FentonCE/Training CoordinatorWashington State Libraryjennifer.fenton@sos.wa.gov

Kathleen GesingerTraining SpecialistWebJunctiongesingek@oclc.org

Betha GutscheProgram ManagerWebJunctiongutscheb@oclc.org

betha gutsche program manager webjunction oclc

What is a learning organization?

Betha GutscheProgram Manager WebJunction/OCLC

slide3

Training environment

Learning environment

slide4

Teacher

Mentor

slide5

“in situations of rapid change, only those that are

  • flexible
  • adaptive
  • and productive

will excel”

slide6

Learning is …

  • Systemic
  • Embedded
  • Continuous
slide7

The organizational view

Create

  • The vision
  • The alignment
  • The environment
    • Tools
    • Communicationchannels
slide8

The individual view

  • Aligns with the vision
  • Accepts accountability
  • Engages
  • Shares knowledge
slide12

How can I make this happen at my library?

Michele A. Leininger Information Experience DirectorPierce County Library System

get ready
Get Ready!
  • Who are we? Our core documents
    • Mission/Vision
    • Values
    • Strategic goals
    • Competencies
get ready1
Get Ready!
  • Who’s managing learning?
    • Planning
    • Facilitating
    • Logistics
get set
Get Set!
  • Creating a foundation
    • Explanations, conversations

and examples

    • Expectations and roles
    • Team building
get set1
Get Set!
  • Logistics
    • Knowledge management
    • Opportunities
    • Tracking
slide17
Go!
  • Maximize opportunities
    • Conferences
    • Workshops
slide18
Go!

Maximize opportunities:

  • Staff Learning Day
slide19
Go!

Learning Plans

Organization Team Individual

slide21
Go!

Just-in-time learning tool: the intranet

winning the race
Winning the race

Meeting the issues head on:

  • Time
  • Place
  • Roles
  • Expectations
  • Accountability
slide24

How do I connect with others?

Jennifer FentonCE/Training CoordinatorWashington State Library

look beyond your doors
Look beyond your doors…

Take a look around and create your own Learning Community

examples of cop
Examples of CoP
  • WALT
  • LEARN RT
how do you learn
How do you learn?
  • Self-paced with structure
  • Information gathering from a variety of sources
  • Live instructor-lead courses
  • Combination of self-paced and live instruction with strong curriculum
  • From colleagues in an informal environment
find the right cop
Find the right CoP

WebJunction

Yahoo!

Google

resources people
Resources…People
  • Is there a Training Coordinator for your state?
state associations
State Associations
  • Does your state have a State Association?
other examples
Other Examples…

Listing of FREE monthly webinars

create a personal learning environment
Create a Personal Learning Environment
  • YouTube
  • Common Craft
  • WebJunction
create a personal learning environment1
Create a Personal Learning Environment
  • Professional Journals (Library Journal, etc)
  • ALA and ALA divisions and roundtables
  • Other ideas?
resources
Resources
  • WebJunction
  • Library Journal
  • School Library Journal
  • Booklist
  • TechSoup
  • Infopeople
resources1
Resources
  • BCR
  • SirsiDynix
  • NWCentral
  • Common Knowledge
  • Common Craft
  • Amigos
  • Lyrasis
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Learning as a way to cope with change.

Kathleen Gesinger Training SpecialistWebJunction/OCLC

peer to peer
Peer to Peer

Learning doesn’t always need to be formally arranged.

Create your own learning community. Find a study buddy.

mentoring
Mentoring

Mentoring can happen at any time.

Building relationships with your colleagues leads to learning.

collaboration
Collaboration

Brainstorm solutions to a problem with your colleagues. “How would you have approached this incident? What can I do differently next time?”

knowledge sharing
Knowledge Sharing

There are many different experiences.

How do we share those experiences to learn from each other?

wimba gurus
Wimba Gurus

A dedicated time and a safe place to learn how others use this webconferencing tool. A place to share your experiences and ideas and mentor each other.

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Ground Rules:

Be on time

Don't interrupt

No side work

Close e-mail

One conversation at a time

Don't make the training too long

Be prepared

Be open to new ideas

Speak your mind and the rest will follow

Listen carefully to what others say

Disagree in a quiet voice.

Disagree in a respectful manner.

Active Participation

No question is a dumb question

No idea is a dumb idea

Accountability for vetting ideas

Keep communication open between meetings via LSC

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During our December Wimba Gurus meeting we identified possible meeting topics:

Adding Content & Clear Slides Adding Video

Advanced Training in Wimba

Application Sharing

Becoming Comfortable with Wimba

Best Practices Sharing Breakout SessionDeveloping Interactive Slides

Facilitating Meetings

Online ConferencesOnline MeetingsOnline Summits

Participant Prep

Presenter Prep Session Evaluations and Polls

Slide Design

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During our January Wimba Gurus meeting, the group prioritized the topics for future meetings. Some pretty solid topics floated to the top:

TOP POLL RESULTS  Application Sharing  

Breakout Sessions  

Facilitating Meetings Online   Online Conferences   Slide Design    Adding Video TIED:Best Practices Sharing Developing Interactive SlidesWe will use these topics as our guide in planning future meeting agendas.

you can start today
You can start today!

Consider how you can be a leader in your learning organization.

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Power Up Your Learning Organization:Make the Shift From Training to Learning

Jennifer FentonCE/Training CoordinatorWashington State LibraryJennifer.fenton@sos.wa.gov

Kathleen GesingerTraining SpecialistOCLC/WebJunctiongesingek@oclc.org

Betha GutscheProgram ManagerOCLC/WebJunctiongutscheb@oclc.org

Michele A. LeiningerInformation Experience DirectorPierce County Library Systemmleininger@piercecountylibrary.org