Category Archives: learning
OK, so there’s a new “23 Things” blog on my radar and in my diary: Rudaí 23. The course starts on 9 September and is – like most other 23 things programmes – self-directed. I am looking forward to learning … Continue reading
A few days ago I used I used Easil.ly for the first time, to create an illustrated version of my library’s annual statistics, inspired by recent CILIP Conference workshops I attended. It is really easy to use and turns out … Continue reading
A few days ago I posted initial thoughts on the CILIP conference 2017 (programme) and had planned to write a full set of notes, but it turns out that most of my notes are basically my Twitter feed of the … Continue reading
I have just spent two days in Manchester, at the CILIP conference 2017. It was my first time and as a result of attending I feel really proud to be a member of this vibrant professional LIS community. Key message from … Continue reading
In my work place we are lucky that there is a wealth of training offers we can access, both on and off the job, as well as some funding for external events and courses. But how do you decide what … Continue reading
Last week I attended the annual AULC conference, held in Belfast. It was a very inspiring and fun event! Here are some notes from the sessions I attended, plus My Conference Storify. Copies of all presentations can be accessed on … Continue reading
I have just found out that I have been awarded my MA in Technology, Education and Learning. Here’s a picture of a cat to celebrate!