Congratulations!! You’ve reached the 23rd thing. Give yourself a pat on the back for completing the program. We hope you have enjoyed the process and learned some things. Tell us, please!
Give us your feedback on your experience by completing this online survey (survey is closed) and by reflecting on your learning by posting a few thoughts.
Here are some questions to prompt you:
- Go back to your thoughts/ideas about Library 2.0. Has anything changed as a result of this experience?
- What were your favorite Things and discoveries?
- How did you connect with others doing the 23 Things On a Stick?
- Were there any take-a-ways or unexpected outcomes from this program that surprised you?
- What could we do differently to improve upon this program’s format or content?
- If we offered a 23 More Things On a Stick program like this in the future would you participate?
- How would you describe your learning experience in one word or in one sentence, so we could use your words to promote 23 Things On a Stick learning activities to others?
After all the time and effort you have invested in 23 Things On a Stick, we hope you will continue to experiment with new tools and continue to blog about your learning, your library, and the challenges of Library 2.0. Here are some ideas:
- Maintain your blog as you continue to learn and play with new Web 2.0 tools.
- Add your blog URL to your e-mail signature line.
- Re-purpose your blog as your media center or library blog.
- Share your blog with your colleagues and administrators.
- Start your own 23 Things with colleagues, friends, family. The concept is adaptable to any content--23 Books, 23 Movies, 23 Football Games, 23 Anything You Can Think Of. It is a great way to create and strengthen community through learning and discussion. Be sure to let us know how you plan to continue.