I've updated my training pages to make them simpler: if you've followed an older link to get here, choose one of the two pages below for details of the workshops I run.
This training focuses on using PowerPoint and Prezi to convey a message and getting it to stick in people's minds. We look at the research that underpins good multimedia communication, as well as presenting itself and producing online materials.
An introduction to strategic marketing, focusing on understanding your audience, dividing them into groups and delivering tailored communications to each via the appropriate media. Covers both traditional and modern marketing tools.
I am a regular trainer for the British Library, the Bodleian Libraries, UKeIG, and PiCS in Australasia.
I also run in-house training for organisations. The groups for which I've delivered bespoke training include the Open University, the University of the Arts London, the Academic Research Libraries Group, Health Libraries North, the School Librarians Group, the School Libraries Association, Oxford Brookes University, Salford University, the Information Literacy Group, the International Library and Information Group, various CILIP groups LIASA (the Library and Information Association of South Africa), LIANZA (the Library and Information Association of New Zealand) and the Latvian Ministry of Culture. I've also provided online training for the ALA, the SLA, WebJunction and the Northeast Florida Library Information Network (NEFLIN).