Webinar presented on 2020-05-27.
With INFOhio’s Learning Pathways, training and development has never been so easy to personalize. Five pathways and over 25 classes support adult learning on digital content and web tools provided to Ohio’s students, parents, and teachers at no cost from INFOhio. Join INFOhio Instructional Team Specialist, Trish Baker, to discover how you can use the INFOhio Learning Pathways to choose your own professional development course, lead your school this summer in virtual collaboration and reflection, and coach others in team-based training while earning contact hours and digital badging. No matter how you do PD, INFOhio has an option that works for you!
As the end of the school year approaches, our thoughts naturally turn to sandy beaches, afternoons by the pool, and fun ways to keep the learning going throughout the summer months. We know the summer of 2020 will be different for students and teachers with the absence of summer camps, play dates, and face-to-face professional development or workshops. How can you maintain learning with engaging activities that will foster student and teacher creativity while keeping things simple?
With INFOhio, the learning never stops! We've got remote learning solutions that are guaranteed to keep summer learning simple, structured, and supported. In our webinar series, Your Summer Bucket List, you will collect INFOhio resources, tools, and professional development for your summer bucket list. Each webinar in this series will be held at noon on Wednesdays and will last 30 minutes.
Use this url to bookmark or link to Your Summer Bucket List Webinar Series: Follow the Path to Digital PD with INFOhio Learning Pathways: https://www.infohio.org/campus/webinars/recordings/item/lwi20200527.
Trish began a 31 year career of supporting Ohio students and educators at Adams Middle School library, where she began preparing the library shelf list to become automated with INFOhio’s MultiLIS automation software. She went on to join Licking Area Computer Association (LACA) as Media Resources Coordinator where she extended her reach from working with one library to working with about 80. At LACA, Trish became an INFOhio ICoach, training librarians and teachers how to use INFOhio’s digital tools in their classrooms.
Trish has been recognized for her contributions to advance INFOhio, having received the 2018 INFOhio Jon Bowers Professional Development Tribute Award and the 2012 INFOhio Spence White Award.
She was valedictorian of her high school class and earned an associate’s degree in Library Science from Old Dominion College.
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