• If you are citizen of an European Union member nation, you may not use this service unless you are at least 16 years old.

  • Dokkio Sidebar applies AI to make browsing the web faster and more productive. Whenever you open Sidebar, you'll get an AI summary of the web page and can ask any question you like about the content of the page! Try Dokkio Sidebar for free.



Page history last edited by Susanne Markgren 13 years, 11 months ago

Teaching the Faculty New Tricks:

Collaborating Across Campus to Provide Professional Development Opportunities


Teaching Faculty and Staff How to be "Social" --

Reinventing the Drop-In Workshop


Carrie Eastman, Susanne Markgren, Leah Massar Bloom - Purchase College, SUNY


On this page you can find information on the workshops we held for faculty and staff.  These workshops focused on social networking tools and how they can be used in the classroom, and for other professional uses. We welcome any comments, suggestions, and tips from any sessions you've conducted on your campus.  Please use the Comments feature at the bottom of the page.


SUNYLA Presentation


Workshop Ideas from SUNYLA Participants


Results of Survey for SUNY Librarians: survey_results.pdf


ACRL Poster

PDF file of the poster from ACRL - Includes information on workshops, tools used, survey data, tips for collaboration, and more.


ACRL Virtual Handout

Handout with summary of workshops, survey results, and tips.


Delicious Page From Our Class

We sent this link to participants in our classes.  The Delicious page links to all the tools we demonstrated, as well as other sites of interest about social networking.


Social Networking Class Outline

Outline from Social Networking Introduction Class


Background and Workshop Descriptions

Information on the campus professional development series, as well as descriptions of our social networking workshops.



List of Social Networking tools we taught in our sessions.



Tips for collaboration, getting people to attend, and more.


We Want Your Ideas and Input!

Please use the "comments" feature to ask questions and post any ideas or tips that have worked well for you on your campus.  Please share any workshop topic ideas, workshop outlines, ways to cover tools in a session, groups with whom to collaborate, etc. We hope this will become a clearinghouse for workshop ideas. If you'd like to have editing privileges for this wiki, please contact us and we'll send you an invitation. 


Contact Us

Comments (0)

You don't have permission to comment on this page.