T is For Training
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Phone Number: (724) 444-7444
Call ID: 24719
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Scheduled Episodes

Time: Duration: Title:
05/25/2018 02:00 PM EDT
60 min
T is For Training 227
06/08/2018 02:00 PM EDT
60 min
T is For Training 228
07/06/2018 02:00 PM EDT
60 min
T is For Training 229

Past Episodes (231)

Time: Duration: Title: Recordings:
05/08/2009 01:57 PM EDT
T is for Training #19- Always Promise Chaos
04/24/2009 02:00 PM EDT
T is for Training 18 - They Would Look At Us Like Aliens
04/10/2009 02:00 PM EDT
T is for Training 17 - I Had Netbook Envy or If You Can't Make It, Steal It
04/01/2009 02:00 PM EDT
T is for Training 16 - Live from CIL Bringing the Back Channel to the Front
03/27/2009 02:00 PM EDT
T is for Training 15 - Time for Small Learning Bits
03/13/2009 02:00 PM EDT
T is for Training 14 - How to do Defensive Training
02/27/2009 02:00 PM EST
T is for Training 13 - Or is it T is for Twaining?
02/13/2009 02:00 PM EST
T is for Training 12 -Secret Agent of Change
01/30/2009 02:00 PM EST
T is for Training 11 -You Can't Join Anything for $100 -
01/16/2009 02:00 PM EST
T is for Training 10 - Tapping the Hive Mind
01/05/2009 02:00 PM EST
Training for Trainers Theme song (sung by S. Zimmerman)
01/02/2009 02:00 PM EST
T is for Training 9 - Study To Be A Visionary
12/19/2008 02:00 PM EST
T is for Training 8 - Inside The Trainer's Studio Part 1
12/05/2008 02:00 PM EST
T is for Training 7 - It is ok To Knit, and It is Ok to Twit
11/21/2008 02:00 PM EST
T is for Training 6 - Discovery and Delivery at your Library


- Reviewer: xxxxEdClanofChattanxxxxEdClanofChattan 12/29/17 12:19 PM EST

An excellent resource for the training community - Reviewer: Jill_HW 12/23/17 04:37 PM EST
Full Comment: Maurice Coleman began T is for Training in Sept. 2008 with the recognition that library trainers often work by themselves, and could benefit from interacting with and learning from each other. Since then, a growing group of library trainers have participated is this twice monthly podcast. The group includes those who work directly in libraries as well as independent training professionals from across North America. During every episode, they share tips, techniques, resources and great ideas. As important as the podcast is the community that T is for Training has created. We are now a group that interacts through a variety of web 2.0 tools in order to provide just-in-time advice, help and support. We're also working together on conference proposals, conference sessions, etc. While we have not documented it, I truly believe that we have all become better trainers because of this podcast. It has opened our eyes to new resources and ideas, and allowed us an efficient and effective way of learning from each other. If you are a library trainer -or want to be one- I would encourage you to listen to T is for Training and then find a way to get involved with the "regular suspects". Join in on the call or participate with the group online using other tools (e.g., FriendFeed or Google Groups). Trust that you indeed have something to teach or share with the rest of us, as we always trust that we have something worthwhile to share with you.

T is for Training Rocks! - Reviewer: lorireed 04/08/11 12:00 PM EDT
Full Comment: Since many of us are one person training departments I would have to say that the best part of T is for Training is being able to share questions and ideas with other colleagues, get feedback on challenges you are facing, and just in general know that you are not alone in the library training world. The show's host, Maurice Coleman, is a skilled speaker and engages all audience members whether they be on the call or listening in. T is for Training is one of the best resources for anyone involved with training and libraries!

This show helps me do my job. - Reviewer: MarianneLenox 09/03/09 05:00 PM EDT
Full Comment: It's the only place besides conferences that I get that personal or 'real-life' connection with other people doing the same thing I am in my library. I learn so much from the friends I've made in this community. Thank you!

Any Trainer in a Library NEEDS to listen to this show - Reviewer: Stephanie Zimmerman 10/10/08 01:50 PM EDT
Full Comment: Better yet, why not call in and participate. It's so nice to meet others out there who do exactly what I do. I find this show very helpful for my job and consider it a part of my continuing education!