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Rudaí 23: technology enhance learning for the information professional community.
Abstract: Rudaí...
How does Rudaí 23
meet the needs of
modern librarianship? “Rudaí 23 is the first online
course ever certified by the
Libra...
Learning
Objective 1:
Create
CREATE content for your library using learning 2.0 technologies
Participants learn about web-...
Learning
Objective 2:
Curate
CURATE, save & share information using a suite of information tools
Participants learn how to...
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CONNECT with an online community of information professionals
Participants learn about the t...
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Objective 5:
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EVALUATE your learning through reflective practice
Participants learn to evaluate their ass...
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Objective 4:
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ADVOCATE for libraries and yourself
Participants learn about library advocacy at a personal...
RudaÍ 23 was devised, managed and delivered entirely using web tools.
As the team were based in different locations throug...
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As the course drew to a close we asked participants for feedback.
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Rudai 23 a 23 things collaboration

This presentation was created as an interactive poster that was originally displayed on a 55 inch touchscreen at LILAC Conference in UCD. It showcases an online learning course for information professionals which ran for 14 weeks in 2015.

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Rudai 23 a 23 things collaboration

  1. 1. Create Advocate Evaluate Rudaí 23: technology enhance learning for the information professional community. Abstract: Rudaí 23 is a free online course that was developed, researched, written and implemented in 2015 by a collaboration of eleven volunteers. It consists of 23 learning modules which were made available via a blog over a 14 week period. For each of the 23 modules, participants reviewed a learning component, completed a specific information literacy or technology enhanced task and wrote a reflective blog post. The purpose of the course was to share expertise on learning 2.0 technologies and exchange knowledge amongst the information professional community. Participants were introduced to tools and networks to use in their institute and for professional development. This interactive poster links to and highlights the learning outcomes and completed technology enhanced learning tasks of Rudaí 23 participants. It incorporates the tools that were used to deliver and project manage the course and demonstrates how current, free web technology can be used as a professional learning tool. Project Management Project Impact Feedback and Learning Learning objectives As information professionals in the 21st century, we are dynamic and motivated with a desire to learn about technology which will enhance our personal and professional lives. We are focused on engaging with learning communities as well as continuing our own life-long learning. Rudaí 23 is an example of our desire to connect, learn and share our knowledge. Curate Connect Caroline Rowan @librarianintown Stephanie Ronan @StephanieRonan Niamh O’Donovan @niamhodonovan Scan this code to see our full blog Project Motivation Meet the Rudaí 23 Team www.rudai23.blogspot.com @rudai23
  2. 2. How does Rudaí 23 meet the needs of modern librarianship? “Rudaí 23 is the first online course ever certified by the Library Association of Ireland” Philip Cohen, President, Library Association of Ireland, speaking at WRSLAI event, 27 February 2016 Core competencies for information professionals I. Information professionals contribute to the knowledge base of the profession by sharing best practices and experiences, and continue to learn about information products, services, and management practices throughout the life of his/her career. II. Information professionals commit to professional excellence and ethics, and to the values and principles of the profession. Competencies for Information Professionals of the 21st Century: Revised edition, June 2003 , Special Library Association taken from http://www.sla.org/about- sla/competencies/ Participants may use Rudaí 23 as a means to fulfil professional competency requirements e.g. LAI, CILIP professional membership Core Web Technologies • Maintains awareness of commonly used technologies and applies technology effectively for ongoing learning and collaboration • Uses technology as a tool to research, organize, evaluate and communicate information • Uses digital devices, communication tools and social networks to access, evaluate and create information • Uses technology to share information, communicate and collaborate with others • Uses Web conferencing programs for synchronous, online meetings or learning • Identifies and uses help menus, tutorials and support communities to acquire the necessary skills. • Locates and follows information sources to stay informed of new technologies and social tools OCLC Competency Index for the Library Field The 23 Things format was created by Helene Blowers in 2006. Since then it has been replicated over 700 times worldwide. Learners are encouraged to use their own skills to learn and apply what they’ve learnt in their workplace and personal lives. They are encouraged to employ self reflection throughout in order to explore in depth their own views and enhance their learning further. The 23 things format Rudaí 23 facilitates peer learning and allows professionals to connect with each other outside the workplace. Current economic constraints can make it difficult for professionals to gain necessary training and remain up to date in their skills. Rudaí 23 is an online course which allows participants to upskill in their own time.
  3. 3. Learning Objective 1: Create CREATE content for your library using learning 2.0 technologies Participants learn about web-tools for creating content and for marketing their libraries. Tasks include creating screencasts, infographics, AR campaigns, podcasts, blogposts & presentations and legally using photographs & licenses. Actively creating usable content familiarises participants with the tools and gives them confidence to explore new formats and applications in their libraries. Facilitated though these instructional modules: Photographs Blogging LegalitiesGoogle Podcasts Mobile things Video Infographics Presentations AR Scan the QR codes to access from left to right: podcast by Caroline Rowan, screencast by Eilis Ni Raghallaigh and podcasts by Maeve McAuley and Daniel Katz Play the movie clips on the right to view a Haikudeck presentation by Amye Quigley (left) & Prezi presentation by Carol Wotton (right) Example of learning outcomes achieved by participants Infographics created by Celine Campbell (left) & Clair Walton (right)
  4. 4. Learning Objective 2: Curate CURATE, save & share information using a suite of information tools Participants learn how to collate, edit, manage and share collections of content such as images, newsfeeds or social media content. Tasks include participants engaging with web-tools to enhance their access to information, to help them manage collections and to manage personal and library social media streams. Participants also learn to share works through web 2.0 tools. Facilitated though these instructional modules: Making it work together Blogging Legal side of things Google Podcasts Mobile things Video Curator tools Collaboration tools Live streaming Example of learning outcomes achieved by participants Scan the QR codes to view Julie Blunn’s flipboard page & a Storify by Christine Jordan Rachel Maskelyne’s Pinterest page Eilis Ni Raghaillaigh’s blogpost on Thing 23 Making it all work together Christine Jordan’s storify explaining how storify works
  5. 5. Learning Objective 3: Connect CONNECT with an online community of information professionals Participants learn about the tools and techniques used to connect with library patrons and information professionals. Tasks involve exploring new applications and connecting with the Rudaí 23 team and community. The team employed the tools recommended on Rudaí 23 to build a strong community of participants. This enabled them to interactive with the tools moving participant learning from theoretical to experiential.Facilitated though these instructional modules: Collaboration tools Attending conferences Online networks Professional brand Example of learning outcomes achieved by participants Scan the first QR code to view the full version of the Rudaí 23 live Google Hangout-on-air, the second code will take you to our Rudaí 23 Facbook group and the last QR code is a link to our Twitter list Google Play this video clip to watch a portion of the Rudaí 23 live Google Hangout-on- air Alex Mcllroy’s blog post on the #Rudaí 23 Twitter chat for advocacy Screenshots from Maria Mernagh’s Rudaí 23 twitter list, the Rudaí 23 Facebook page and a post from Niamh O’Donovan on the Google+ Rudaí 23 group
  6. 6. Learning Objective 5: Evaluate EVALUATE your learning through reflective practice Participants learn to evaluate their assigned tasks through reflective writing, engaging in a process of continuous learning. Participants question what they learned in each task and how they could implement their learning into the library. Participants also reflect on their learning process, time management and examined issues such as legislation & copyright. Facilitated though these instructional modules: Reflective practice 1, 2 & 3 Legal side of things Example of learning outcomes achieved by participants Clockwise from right: Alison Caller’s reflection for her Charterhsip submission, Refelctive blog posts form Stella Chevalier, Stephanie Ronan, Amy Ward and Celine Campbell. …my development in confidence at using social media has been key in my Chartership journey as it has given me the ability to connect with others professionally. Since technology does not stand still it is extremely important that I continue to use social media and use it to engage with other Professionals as a development tool and also as a means of connecting with our Library Users. – Alison Caller,
  7. 7. Learning Objective 4: Advocate ADVOCATE for libraries and yourself Participants learn about library advocacy at a personal, local, national and international level. Participants are introduced to a variety of professional organisations which can support them in their career development. Tasks include participants joining advocacy campaigns, advocating for themselves through blog posts and attending and presenting at conferences. Facilitated though these instructional modules: Attending conferences Professional organisations Professional brand Example of learning outcomes achieved by participants Blogging Screencasts from Rudaí 23 participant blog posts on module 15, library advocacy. Clockwise from top: Caroline Messer, Bryan Whelan, Emma Carter and Genevieve Larkin Presentations Advocacy Play the movie clip to see our twitter chat content #Rudaí23
  8. 8. RudaÍ 23 was devised, managed and delivered entirely using web tools. As the team were based in different locations throughout Ireland it was necessary to find a method of collaboration that everyone could access easily. Project Management Our team used Google tools for all aspects of planning, discussion, and communication as the project progressed. Collaboration Tools As our team are located in different parts of Ireland, we did not have the opportunity to meet in person. We used our group as a social network to get to know each other. Preparations In preparation for the course, we wanted to establish an active presence on all the online networks that we would be using to connect with our participants. This meant designing a suite of logos, profile pictures, banners, welcome messages, information about the course that fitted across multiple platforms. It was important that course participants experienced firsthand what it was like to be part of an online network. On each platform we encouraged discussion and information sharing.
  9. 9. G Global blog Readership Project Impact 235 Registered 123 Began blogging 185 Enrolled Participants 79 Applied for certification 68 Completed Rudaí 23 Global participant distribution Alex McIlroy’s blog from Northern Ireland Lenoe Manoe’s blog from Denmark Christofhar Sudhir George’s blog from India
  10. 10. Favourite Networking Tool As the course drew to a close we asked participants for feedback. Here’s what they said. Favourite Module 18 of our 23 modules featured as the favourite for our respondents. We were delighted with this result as it meant that the majority of our course content was relevant to all our participants. We asked participants which networking tool they preferred to connect with the other participants. 41% said Twitter, 31% said by commenting on other blogs and 21% said the Facebook group. Feedback and Learning Favourite tool for CPD Motivation Challenges to Learning We asked participants which tools they were most likely to continue to use for professional development. 93% said they would use Twitter, 83 % said Facebook Groups and 67% said LinkedIn . We asked participants about their motivation behind doing the course. 63% said they were doing the course for specific CPD purposes such as receiving accreditation from a professional body . We asked participants what challenges they faced during the course. The two most common answers were time management and technological constraints. The top three modules were Screencasting, Blogging and Augmented Reality.
  11. 11. Wayne Gibbons MEd MSc @thewaynegibbons Emmet Keoghan MLIS @ekeohan Mary Murray BA MLIS @MaryMurraaayyy Siobhan McGuinness MLIS @Shivguinn Caroline Rowan MLIS @librarianintown Elizabeth Keane Kelly EMBA @LizKeanKelly Niamh O’Donovan BA DLIS @niamhodonovan Michelle Breen BA DLIS @MichelleBreenUL Kristopher Meen BA MA MLIS @KristopherMeen Christine Jordan BA DLIS @DeweyDiamonds Stephanie Ronan BA MA MLIS @Stephanieronan The Rudaí 23 Team

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