How can librarians best teach the use of the Internet and the Web to users? Brandt's practical guide takes trainers step-by-step through various approaches to designing an overall program and developing individual courses. Here you will learn how to: gather and analyze information on user needs; articulate the vision and mission of your training; create an administrative workflow; construct individual courses; measure effectiveness; and make revisions along the way. A special section highlights successful approaches to teaching technology to users of all ages and backgrounds. Whether the elements of your training program are already in place--or you are starting from scratch--these tested methods, practical templates, useful examples, and solid advice from an experienced trainer are invaluable.A special section highlights successful approaches to teaching technology to users of all ages and backgrounds.
|Author||:||D. Scott Brandt|
|Publisher||:||Neal Schuman Pub - 2002-01|