23 Things Kansas

Some of you may have noticed the following email announcing that 23 Things Kansas will begin the week of Jan. 11-15, 2010 and finish the week of April 26-30. This is a  great way to learn about Library 2.0 tools and techniques and, if you complete the course, you’ll get 30 hours of continuing education credit (both in the state and here at the library) and perhaps win a Flip video camera.

After you register, you may attend the sessions anytime your schedule permits. Each lesson is self paced and will take from 1-3 hours/week to complete. If you prefer, attend with a group of your co-workers every Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm starting Jan. 13, 2010. Get oriented, watch the introductory portion, and then complete the lesson later on your own. Most of the sessions will be in the Lower Level Conference Room.


More info: http://www.23thingskansas.org/

Register: http://www.23thingskansas.org/participants/participant-registration-form/.


PS Our own David King is the primary author of the Video Sharing lesson scheduled for the week of March 15-19.


—–Original Message—–
From: owner-KANLIB-L@listproc.cc.ku.edu [mailto:owner-KANLIB-L@listproc.cc.ku.edu] On Behalf Of Brenda Hough
Sent: Tuesday, December 08, 2009 2:31 PM
To: kanlib-l@listproc.cc.ku.edu; kanlib-l@ku.edu
Subject: [KANLIB-L:18399] You can now register for "23 Things Kansas"

Does Jing make your heart sing? Do you depend upon the cloud? Think wikis are wild? … and RSS is really super sweet? Or, does it seem like this message is written in a foreign language? Whether you are an online tools techno-pro or techno-newbie, 23 Things Kansas just might be the learning opportunity you're looking for.

23 Things Kansas is a fun way to learn about and practice with online tools for community, sharing and productivity. It is open to and free for anyone in the Kansas library community (library staff, trustees, etc). The program will officially launch January 11, 2010, but you can register now: http://www.23thingskansas.org/participants/participant-registration-form/.

Learn more about the program by visiting the 23 Things Kansas website: http://www.23thingskansas.org/
If you have any questions please contact Cindi Hickey at chickey@kslib.info or me (Brenda Hough) at bhough@nekls.org.

Thank you!


Brenda Hough
Continuing Education Consultant
Northeast Kansas Library System

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