[Michlib-l] need computer competency testing for library staff
brian.holda at cornerstone.edu
Thu Jul 25 11:13:45 EDT 2013
Perhaps try these:
- Lynda.com <http://www.lynda.com/>
*Instructional Librarian|Miller Library
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*brian.holda at cornerstone.edu*
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On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 12:22 PM, Yvonne Brown <ybrown at lib.lapeer.org>wrote:
> Hello, everyone.
> We are looking for a way to test the computer competencies of current
> staff and new employee candidates. We have the tools to create online
> multiple-choice quizzes, but this would not give us a true assessment that
> a hands-on evaluation tool would give us. However, we have not been able
> to find such a tool.
> I have found some nice resources through EveryoneOn.org for
> self-evaluation and learning paths, but I'm not finding an evaluation tool
> that library administration can use to gauge a staff person's computer
> skills. Basically, we are looking for a computer skills competency test.
> Does anyone have any resources to help us with this? Or do you have any
> resource recommendations?
> In an effort to provide consistent, quality service to our library
> patrons, we want to make sure our staff meets core computer competency
> standards, such as email basics, internet browsing, file management, word
> processing, etc.
> Thank you for taking the time to read this and any help you could offer us
> would be greatly appreciated.
> -- *
> Yvonne Brown
> Assistant Director for Technical Services
> Lapeer District Library**
> Michlib-l mailing list
> Michlib-l at lists.mcls.org
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