Thing 23 – Provide us with feedback

Congratulations!! You’ve reached the 23rd Thing. Be sure to give yourself a pat on the back for completing the program.

For your final 23 Things blog post, we’d like you to give us your feedback about the program.

We’re particularly interested in:

  • How could you draw on what you have learned in 23 Things to help you in your work?
  • How could the library use the technologies featured in 23 Things to improve its service?
  • Do you think you’ll keep blogging or keep using any of the other tools you learned about?
  • Were there any take-aways or unexpected outcomes from this program that surprised you?
  • What could we do differently to improve upon this program’s format or concept?
  • If we offered another discovery program like this in the future, would you again choose to participate?

In addition to your blog post, please feel free to add some notes to the “How can we incorporate the things at Chisholm” page created by Amy at the 23 Things wiki.

I hope that you have enjoyed the 23 Things, and that you have found at least one useful tool that you didn’t know about before.


Credit: Adapted from the PLCMC Thing posted by HeleneB, under a Creative Commons BY-NC license, and from the Swinburne University Thing posted by TRR, under a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA license.

Original content by Jason Peart for the Chisholm Institute Library.© Chisholm Institute 2008, released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA license.

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2 Responses to “Thing 23 – Provide us with feedback”

  1. conanthelibrarianoz Says:

    Well, I’ve finally finished the 23 things! “Yea” – quote from Lee Lefever!
    Its taken longer than expected but its been fun and lots of stuff has been learned on the way. I’ll use some bits and forget other but I’ll be keen to keep up with what is possible via my feeds, blog searches and checking out new stuff at http://www.go2web20.net/

  2. BIGcol Says:

    Q. How could you draw on what you have learned in 23 Things to help you in your work?
    A. I have learnt lots about new technologies and hope to include many of them in EPS Rooms when we finally get it.

    Q. How could the library use the technologies featured in 23 Things to improve its service?
    A. Certainly adding web 2.0 tools to the Library Catalogue will improve patron access to resources eg. LibraryThing for Libraries.

    Q. Do you think you’ll keep blogging or keep using any of the other tools you learned about?
    A. Yes definately, YouTube, My Blog, LibraryThing, MySpace etc.

    Q. Were there any take-aways or unexpected outcomes from this program that surprised you?
    A. Yes when I searched MySpace for “Colin Sutherland”, I found 2 in Australia, and have sent the other Col (minnie-me) a message to maybe catch up. (and he is a good looker as well…)

    Q. What could we do differently to improve upon this program’s format or concept?
    A. Not an awful lot, having the time period extended, certainly help many staff complete the 23Things. Maybe more prizes for completion – a notebook or overseas trip 🙂

    Q. If we offered another discovery program like this in the future, would you again chose to participate?

    A. Yes definately! Well done and congratualtions Jason!!!

    Colin

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