Educational Technology

November 29, 2016

‘Project Outcome’ continues to expand

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:30 am

by ALAN HALL, Herald Star

“Project Outcome” was started in 2013 by the Public Library Association to consider better ways to measure all of the services offered by public libraries today. Digital learning is taking place in libraries across the nation, from use of tablets and smart phones to standard computer training classes. The most effective training in libraries appears to be the one on one that takes place with a library staff member. The general public often isn’t aware of the computer applications that are available in today’s public library. Job skills are provided in programming formats, as well as online resources to help with resume preparation and online job searching.

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