Tech-Talk arms patrons, students and faculty with the missing technology and communications skills they need to thrive in today’s hi-tech world.
Now (with UNLIMITED Tech-Talk), you can…
- Make sure students don’t miss out on job offers because their Microsoft Office skills are minimal.
- Convert staff who are a bit “tech-timid” for helping patrons with technology questions, into confident sources of information.
- Stop paying for online course resources like Lynda.com which all-to-often go unused.
- Turn unwilling alumni donors into generous contributors with the ongoing gift of knowledge from you.
- Stop reinventing the wheel for your training and classes by using Tech-Talk content.
Learning is fun and easy to apply, with…
- Treasure Hunts: Posters & Flyers, Infograms, Pivot Tables
- Tool Kits: Business, Education, Communication
- Webinars: Live interactive sessions and recorded archives
Getting assistance is rewarding and individual, with..
- Personal responses to reader questions.
- Requests for specific article topics responded to quickly.
- Common Challenge Collections of typical problems and key needs.
Discovering the best articles is simple, with…
- Special Collections: How to Research, Help for Parents, Preventing Disasters …
- Quick Reference Guides: One-page set of links to key skills you want to know.
- Search by Category or Topic: Articles pre-grouped by popular interests and needs.
Creating your own training (using our content) is a breeze, with…
- Skill Level Designations: Find all articles by Novice, Intermediate and Advanced Non-Techie.
- Search by Topics: Get all the information (stories, examples, how-to) that you need to create training.
- Request a Segmentation: Tell us your focus; we’ll find all the related material in Tech-Talk for you.
“Awesome – it worked! You have saved me many moments of frustration!!"
Barb Rathmell (City of Fernandina Beach, Florida)
“We really love your service and receive many compliments on the Tech-Talk tips!"
Karen Mitchell (Rochester, New York)
"Many thanks ... I spent hours of frustration trying to figure this out before this great article."
Munro Sherrill (Bradenton, Florida)
State Library Services
“Just want to let you know that these are really, really interesting and useful!”
Beth G. (Tallahassee, Florida)
“I look forward to the communications tips … they blow your mind."
R. Turner (Olean, New York)
"We get unsolicited, positive comments on Tech-Talk all the time."
Jeannette Smithee (Boca Raton, Florida)
"The same day I sent out a particular Tech-Talk tip, two of my staff told me they used it to assist patrons."
Cynthia Leigh Welch (Yazoo City, Mississippi)
State Library Services
"We can’t say enough about how useful Tech-Talk is to us!"
Amy Johnson (Tallahassee, Florida)
Library Resource Council
"Tech-Talk gets a higher open rate than our own newsletter."
Mary-Carol Lindbloom (Ithaca, NY)
School Support Services
"People with different degrees of experience can still walk away with something useful!"
Andrea Dorker [Auburn, NY]
School Media Specialists
"We're very excited about how this helps us in our role as education leaders for our districts."
K. Doelger (Malone, NY)
"I really appreciate the thoroughness of these ... and the simple language, so you 'get it'."
Marnie L. [Corning, NY]
High School Library
"It's not just product knowledge, it's integrated into your work. That's what I like about it!"
Nancy G. [Cobleskill, NY]
“It’s like a little Christmas present in your email every week.”
Michele P. (Buffalo, New York)
"Because I have repeated "OOH!" and "Ah-ha" moments with Tech-Talk, I realize I'm not as advanced as I'd like."
Grace Roddenbach [Sarasota, Fl]
"I always learn something from reading it. I especially liked this week’s Communications (Ask for “One”)"
Tracey Sweet [St. Petersburg]
“Your Tech-Talks are going wild. We're getting great feedback on them!”
Luly Castro (Ft. Myers, Florida)
"These communications tips are important in developing management skills."
B. Arriola [Ada County, ID]
District School System
“In the grand scheme of things, it's a pretty inexpensive way to meet our district's needs.”
Donna Morris (Rochester, New York)