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Free Professional Development

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If you want to grow in your library/information-based profession, and you don't want to spend a lot of money, here are ways you can do it for free.

 

Onsite

 

Worksheets

 

Criteria for using a Web Service at Your Library

 

Keeping Up

 

Tips on Keeping Up

 

Keeping Up When You Don't Have the Time (The Shifted Librarian)

If I just had 15 minutes each day (Information Wants To Be Free)

 

Good Sites to Read

 

Carnival of the Infosciences 

LISNews

 

Other Social Sites (you can contribute to)

 

Library Success: A Best Practices Wiki

Library 2.0 network

 

Education and Development

 

Five Weeks to a Social Library

 

The official site

A model for the future of online learning (Information Wants To Be Free)

My Reflections on Five Weeks and Librarianship (A Wandering Eyre)

Random Thoughts on Five Weeks (Caveat Lector)

Reflections on Five Weeks to a Social Library (Library Web Chic)

Making Five Weeks to a Social Library happen: the down and dirty (Information Wants To Be Free)

Want to implement social software at your library? (Information Wants To Be Free)

 

Learning 2.0

 

Learning 2.0

Learning 2.1

Missouri River Regional Library (MRRL) Library Learning 2.0

 

LITA BIGWIG

 

Social Software Showcase

A Conference "Session" Unlike Any Other (A Wandering Eyre)

Bigwig Social Software Showcase (Pattern Recognition)

BIGWIG Social Software Showcase (Library Web Chic)

It's Not a Secret Any More (Pegasus Librarian)

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Session (A Wandering Eyre)

 

Screencasting

 

Steve Garwood's Screencasting Wiki includes amazing resource page for screencasting

 

Conference reports

 

Umbrella 2007

 

CILIP's bi-annual conference. A group of us set up a wiki to report on the sessions.

 

Umbrella 2007 unofficial wiki

Official Umbrella 2007 page

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