Learning With Heather Plett, Holding Space, T is for Training, and Extended Conversations  

Conversations aren’t what they used to be. They are so much more—at least among the members of the various extended and extensive communities of learning […]

Clark Quinn: Learning, Nomenclature, and Fomenting Revolution  

Clark Quinn, a colleague through #lrnchat and ATD (the Association for Talent Development), is certainly not the first to say that he is mad as […]

On a Bit of a Rant: Motivating Our Learners…and Ourselves

“I was on a bit of a rant the other day…” may not seem to be the most auspicious way to begin a dynamic, wide-ranging, […]

ALA 2015 Midwinter Meeting: Radical Meeting, Learning, and Collaboration

You didn’t have to be in Chicago from Friday, January 30 to Tuesday, February 3 to avoid being left behind. American Library Association (ALA) staff, […]

ALA 2015 Midwinter Meeting: Bringing Offsite Colleagues Into the Room

With informal help and encouragement from our staff colleagues in the American Library Association (ALA), several of us successfully managed, this afternoon, to reduce the […]

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