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EAHIL - 23 things presentation
Transcript of EAHIL - 23 things presentation
23 Things programme
for health librarian professional education a discovery learning program designed to encourage staff to explore new technologies and reward them for doing 23 Things 23 things - with a web 2.0 focus rss blogs tagging social
networking photos/images social
bookmarking podcasts/video office 2.0 mobile
startpages time energy reflection sharing 23
Things apathy no/poor sharing or commenting
on others blogs little /no reflection lack of time teachmeet organisational skills
for those leading much greater engagement/
cross-pollination of ideas senior management support ownership of learning "permission" rewards http://web20spb.blogspot.com/ http://cpd23.blogspot.com/ http://cam23things.blogspot.com/ http://25researchthings2010.wordpress.com/ follow that...! all the benefitsof networking doesn't need to be led from the top
(almost better if it's not!) designing and writing programme
is great teaching experience firstname.lastname@example.org
http://cambridgemedicallibrary.blogspot.com Thank you
Reader Services Librarian
University of Cambridge Medical Library @ilk21
http://tinyurl.com/eahil11-isla23 discovery Isla Kuhn
University of Cambridge Medical Library, UK http://plcmcl2-things.blogspot.com/ skills local tools? etc http://23things-cammedlib.blogspot.com/ http://23thingscambridge.blogspot.com/ http://www.delicious.com/hblowers/learning2.0libraries