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Tech Training Resources

Page history last edited by Susan Mark 6 years, 4 months ago

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Here you will find information on technology training for both library staff and patrons.  It includes tutorials for common software and hardware, resources for assessment such as competency checklists, and general tech training resources in the forms of articles, blogs, videos, webinars, and more.  Anyone can add a resource by simply logging in and editing this page.  If you have a resource, tool, or website that you've found useful for training about technology issues, please feel free to include it!

 

Wyoming State Library resources

Discover it, Try it, Learn it -- got five minutes? Start exploring the GoWYLD databases! This is a series of video sessions that focus on the GOWYLD databases. Play the videos (Discover it), do the exercises (Try it) and utilize the resources (Learn it) to help patrons, train staff, work with students, and to enhance your own research.

 

WSL webinar archive -- longer sessions, many focused on the databases.

Also see the entire archive on YouTube.

 

eContent -- click on the "Learn More" links for help with apps and various devices for 3M Cloud eBooks, Zinio, OneClick Digital and Freading.

 

Other resources

Colorado State Library

    also see webinar 

 

WebJunction -- numerous technology topics. Click "Explore Topics" to see list

 

Connect2Compete resources

 

Self-Directed Achievement: if you give library staff an hour

 

Lori Reed blog

 

Competency Index for the Library Field (WebJunction)

 

DigitalLiteracy.gov

 

Khan Academy

 

Connected Nation

 

MOOC sources

Udacity

edX

coursera

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