Creating Technology Training and Materials

Houghton-Jan, Sarah
March 2007
Library Technology Reports;Mar/Apr2007, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p56
Academic Journal
The article offers training information for technological competency among library staff. Lesson plans for effective handouts and exercises are included. Library managers are reminded of the different learning styles and necessary teaching methods to consider. Also, a list of questions is recommended for the instructor to address, as well as a list for participants to answer before the first training session occurs. The trainer must intuitively assess each class's abilities and needs in order for technology goals to be met.


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