Staff Training, Onboarding, and Professional Development Using a Learning Management System
AbstractLooking for a fresh, interactive way to train your staff? A learning management system can be used to support flexible learning opportunities for library staff. This article describes the benefits of using a learning management system (LMS) for staff onboarding, training, and professional development and overviews criteria for selecting an LMS appropriate for your public or academic library staff training needs. Cherchez-vous une nouvelle façon interactive pour former vos employés? Un système de gestion d’apprentissage peut être utilisé pour soutenir les opportunités de votre personnel bibliothécaire. Cet article décrit les avantages de l’utilisation du système de gestion d’apprentissage (SGA) pour l’intégration et la formation de nouveaux employés, pour le développement professionnel, et résume les critères pour choisir un SGA approprié pour vos besoins de formation du personnel bibliothécaire public ou académique.
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