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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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Jennifer Fenton CE/Training Coordinator Washington State Library email@example.com.
Michele A. Leininger
Information Experience Director
Pierce County Library System
Jennifer FentonCE/Training CoordinatorWashington State Libraryjennifer.firstname.lastname@example.org
Kathleen GesingerTraining SpecialistWebJunctiongesingek@oclc.org
Betha GutscheProgram ManagerWebJunctiongutscheb@oclc.org
Betha GutscheProgram Manager WebJunction/OCLC
“In a learning organization, when one of us gets smarter, we all can get smarter.”
Michele A. Leininger Information Experience DirectorPierce County Library System
Organization Team Individual
Just-in-time learning tool: the intranet
Meeting the issues head on:
Jennifer FentonCE/Training CoordinatorWashington State Library
Take a look around and create your own Learning Community
Listing of FREE monthly webinars
Kathleen Gesinger Training SpecialistWebJunction/OCLC
Learning doesn’t always need to be formally arranged.
Create your own learning community. Find a study buddy.
Mentoring can happen at any time.
Building relationships with your colleagues leads to learning.
Brainstorm solutions to a problem with your colleagues. “How would you have approached this incident? What can I do differently next time?”
There are many different experiences.
How do we share those experiences to learn from each other?
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.
Be on time
No side work
One conversation at a time
Don't make the training too long
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.
No question is a dumb question
No idea is a dumb idea
Accountability for vetting ideas
Keep communication open between meetings via LSC
During our December Wimba Gurus meeting we identified possible meeting topics:
Adding Content & Clear Slides Adding Video
Advanced Training in Wimba
Becoming Comfortable with Wimba
Best Practices Sharing Breakout SessionDeveloping Interactive Slides
Online ConferencesOnline MeetingsOnline Summits
Presenter Prep Session Evaluations and Polls
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
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.
Consider how you can be a leader in your learning organization.
Jennifer FentonCE/Training CoordinatorWashington State LibraryJennifer.email@example.com
Kathleen GesingerTraining SpecialistOCLC/WebJunctiongesingek@oclc.org
Betha GutscheProgram ManagerOCLC/WebJunctiongutscheb@oclc.org
Michele A. LeiningerInformation Experience DirectorPierce County Library Systemmleininger@piercecountylibrary.org