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Making Technology Training a Priority—And a Job Requirement
One librarian’s tale of patience, planning, and persistence and the challenges in training the entire staff of a small library and requiring them to keep their knowledge current.
Keeping up with constantly changing technology has got to be one of the most difficult parts of library work today. Getting staff members up to speed and keeping them there requires time, attention, planning, money, and training. All of that is even more difficult when it’s piled on top of the everyday work of making a library run. So, how do you find time for the “extra” work on top of the “real” work? Maybe you don’t. Maybe you make the technology training a required part of the “real” work and support it with bite-sized training that fits into staffers’ schedules.
Introducing: Your Guide to Getting Started with Broadband
This is your chance to explore how you can use the wide range of tools to develop community broadband options, including the PSC’s new Broadband Reference Guide
- Walk through the different technologies and terms related to broadband
- Identify strategies to get broadband into your community
- Learn more about the custom Wisconsin-based resources available for your community
Read more about this interactive webinar coming up on November 19, 1-2:30PM.
Name: Public Service Commission Webinar: Tools for Broadband
Date: Nov. 19, 2013
Reservation Time: 1:00 PM—2:30 PM