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Case Study – Online training. Trying to do it differently … by Matt Holland & Sue Robertson

Travel is an integral part of daily life and work.  If you don’t travel you can’t participate in routine work activities such as meetings and training.  All this at a time when everyone has their pocket the smartphone technology for … Continue reading

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Let’s just do it (part 2 of 3): social media training session, the details by Lucy Anderson

Read part 1 at https://lihnnclinicallibs.wordpress.com/2015/05/27/lets-just-do-it-part-1-of-3-planning-a-social-media-training-session-by-lucy-anderson/ So, with a fully booked session we really needed to plan content. We ambitiously thought we could give a good overview of 3 social media tools in that time (2 hours) and designed content based … Continue reading

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Let’s just do it (part 1 of 3): planning a Social Media training session by Lucy Anderson

The Knowledge Service Team at Pennine Care has been thinking (all librarians think a lot)* about delivering social media training for a while now. The majority of the team are regular users of social media (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram) … Continue reading

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