CIL 2010: Speaking Engagement

I will be speaking at the fab CIL (Computers In Libraries) 2010 conference in DC/Virginia next year.

The conference runs from Sunday April 12th’s preconferences to the Post Conferences on April 16th

I will be part of the Tuesday Track E  Teaching: Technologies & Approaches Presenting on Training in the Cloud with Bobbi Newman and splitting the time with folks from the Stark County District Library in Ohio.

E203  Training in the Cloud or Mobile Labs!
Maurice Coleman, Technical Trainer, Harford County (MD) Public Library & Host, T is for Training (Library Training podcast)
Bobbi Newman, Digital Branch Manager, Chattahoochee Valley Library System
Delores Rondinella, Technology Training  Coordinator, Stark County District Library
Jeffery Kreger, Emerging Technologies Systems Administrator, Stark County District Library

Talk about innovative training approaches!  Newman and Coleman show how to use “The Cloud” to develop, schedule, organize, market and evaluate training for free or with very minimal expenditure.
Rondinella and Kreger describe how Stark County successfully grew a
Mobile Patron/Staff training lab. Their overview includes:  purchasing and maintenance the mobile lab and its hardware, policies regarding training and server access (Coping with your IT Department), and developing an effective class curriculum for the community.

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A trainer in Maryland
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3 Responses to CIL 2010: Speaking Engagement

  1. Lori Reed says:

    Congrats! See you there!

  2. conspir4cy says:

    I look forward to meeting you at CIL! Looks like we should have a fun and informative session.

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