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NOTE: This is a 2 hour session
Training is important in any job but especially in libraries because libraries are always moving on the cutting edge of transformations. Libraries react endlessly to technology changes, social needs, community interests, political climates and (as we have recently discovered) local, national and global crises. As the Montana State Library launches the new Strategic Track to support veteran library staff, this session will help library directors and those who are looking to advance their careers in librarianship to understand the direct relationship between the training you choose, the work you do, and the success of your library’s programs and services. The new Strategic Track for MT State Library Certification supports a model for planning training that is customized to the needs of the learner and the library where they work.
Presenter, Elizabeth Woodard, is the Training and Technology Coordinator for the Norfolk Public Library in Virginia. Elizabeth has been a business owner and worked in the retail industry as well as at both school and public libraries. Responsible for the training or teaching of others and She has come to believe that Success Happens when yOUr Learning is Designed for it. SHOULD!
Portions of this session will be recorded and posted to the MSL Vimeo Channel.
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