Are you the type of person who prefers to learn at your own pace? And do you want to improve your expertise in mobile technologies for education?
If so, then these self-study versions of my online courses are a good choice for you.
I teach other courses on specific dates (through the American Library Association and Library Juice Academy), but many librarians don’t realize that I also offer courses you can work on at any time.
There are several advantages to the self-study versions:
You can go at your own pace, start and finish the course at any time (with no deadlines).
You’ll have ongoing access to the materials in years to come — so you can review at any time. (I update these courses once a year).
The prices are more affordable (usually less than half the price of taking them via ALA).
Previous students love these courses (see testimonials).
Learn more about what’s covered in each course:
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Organize Your Life with Mobile Apps
Learn to use 4 best types of apps for keeping track
of all your information.
Organize Your Life with Mobile Apps: I found this class to be extremely informative and helpful. I learned about applications that help me manage everyday activities while becoming acquainted with applications that assist with storage, organization and security measures evolved for safekeeping. This class also gave me knowledge that I can share with library customers and staff.Jan Banks
Apps for Librarians
Become an app expert for your community.
Apps for Librarians is a fantastic course! Take it if you want to become confident in acquiring and using apps. Learn how to effectively apply them in an educational setting. The course format and instructor were excellent and galvanized my understanding of these very useful tools.Ann Kenney
The Book as iPad App
Learn about interactive, multimedia book apps.
This four-week course gets five stars not only for the information it contains but also for the level of empowerment it provides. I signed-up not knowing a thing about book apps, and in a month’s time I am using them at work and collaborating with a library colleague to create a book app of our own for use in story times. The topic is timely, relevant and fun! I couldn’t ask for more.Susan Hansen