Welcome to Tech-Talk!
You’ll Thrive With This Technology and Communications
Training for Non-Techies
(Video Length: 1 min. 17 sec.)
To Share the Video, Use the Links at Bottom of Page
You Get Tech-Talk In Multiple Ways
- Invite faculty and staff to have the Newsletter sent to them.
- Request they give it a try by reading four or five of articles.
- Tell them they can use this training resource with students.
- How to Search in different ways
- How to translate in 100+ languages
- How to find Learning Activities
- Get it in the App Store
- Also in Google Play (Android)
- Get notifications of new items
- Remind them they can request topics
- Recordings and live, highly interactive sessions
What Can You Do To Get Everyone Using Tech-Talk?
Send Everyone the NEWSLETTER!
It’s an email they come to love!
Find ways to get people into the DATABASE
Use a demo, show the video, give a class assignment.
- Assign articles to student volunteers (or they choose a few; have to explore the database).
- Create a report of how they feel about them and what they learned.
- Run the one-minute tip videos on LED screens.
- Introduce Tech-Talk in student and staff orientations.
- Allow staff to use Tech-Talk for professional development.
Resources For You
- Subscriber Tools for promoting Tech-Talk (video, flyers, bookmarks, brochure, infographic)
- Tech-Talk logo and text to tell people about Tech-Talk.
- 50 Article Challenge, “We Are Raising Leaders” – Students train adults (seniors, vets, etc) in technology using the Tech-Talk Database. They get different colored t-shirts for each 10 sessions they do, recognition online and a Chromebook to keep when completed 50 sessions.
- Tracking –Baseline for comparative data: 1) Database logins, 2) Webinar registrations and attendance.
Want to Use the Welcome Video in Your Organization?
You can use the Welcome Video at the top of the page to share with your faculty and students to get them interested in Tech-Talk. There are four technological ways you can share it: