Everything You Need for Evaluating Connected Learning in Libraries

The Capturing Connected Learning in Libraries (CCLL) video series was born out of bad luck. An in-person workshop scheduled to happen during the PLA Conference was cancelled due to severe weather. Our team solicited feedback from the librarians who were going to attend our workshop and asked them the best ways to get our work and resources into their hands. These librarians overwhelmingly responded that short videos are a great and convenient way to share information because they allow the audience to watch them anywhere, anytime.

With this feedback, our team set to work to break down our in-person evaluation workshop into its component parts for packaging as five distinct videos. With help from our librarian partners at Los Angeles Public Library, Multnomah County Library, and Anythink Libraries (Colorado), the CCLL team is proud to announce the completion of the five part video series.

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