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Teaching Technology

Page history last edited by Beth Duttlinger 1 year, 4 months ago

 

Libraries, especially public libraries, are finding that they still need to teach the basic classes of computer literacy to their patrons.  Examples of classes include how to use a mouse, computer basics, Internet basics, and email basics.  But where do you find the resources to teach these classes?  Through Technology Training Wheels, of course!

 

The Teaching Technology in Libraries module provides materials and resources for library staff members with training responsibilities and online tutorials and websites for patrons working to improve their skills.  Staff members can view actual scripts, handouts, and other resources to assist with the design of computer classes in their own libraries. Many of the materials provided can be duplicated or adapted.  

 

Currently, there are materials and resources available for:

Denver Public Library's Technology Classes & Workshops page has their lesson plans, handouts and supplemental materials listed under each of their classes.
 Texas State Library‚Äôs digital literacy toolkit: www.tsl.texas.gov/ld/AEL/LandLtoolkit
Link to the Digital Literacy portal, an initiative of the Obama Administration.  It has tutorials and resources for trainers who are delivering digital literacy training and services in their communities. https://digitalliteracy.gov/ 
Computer & Mouse Basics
Internet Basics
Email Basics

Alliance Digital Media Library Training Resources 

*PLEASE NOTE -To view the ADML resources:

1.  The library must participate in the the ADML group purchase

2.  The library staff member must be a member of the ADML Google group  

(Need assistance with accessing the ADML resources?  Please contact Genna Buhr,)

Gail's Toolkit-FREE customizable classes built by educators, for educators. Gail's Toolkit: The tools to get you started, the content you need, and the resources to keep you learning! 

WebJunction's Digital Literacy Resources 

To get to the materials and resources, just click on the topic of interest and let the teaching begin! 

 

This pathfinder was originally created by Beth Duttlinger, Library Development Consultant at the Alliance Library System with assistance from Lynne Rickard, Adult Services Manager at Bloomington Public Library and Ann Turnbull, Head of the Information Services Department at Kewanee Public Library District.

 

  Back to the Technology Training Wheels home page   

 

Comments? Questions? 

If you don't find the answer to your question, want more or advanced information on a topic, need further clarification of a concept, would like to see another topic covered, or have any other comments or concerns, please feel free to contact me at: 

Beth Duttlinger

Director of the Lillie M. Evans Library District

(former Library Development Consultant at the Alliance Library System)  

bethd@lmelibrary.org

 

The Technology Training Wheels wiki is easy to update, improve, and develop.  Your feedback makes this site better!  

 

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