Join us for our upcoming workshop on trendy & innovative ways to use the Internet/World Wide Web!

In the Cloud now offers MICT SETA accredited training. Please join us for one of many of our upcoming workshops, and broaden your mind, at the same time extending your horizons! Workshop Theme: Learn to optimally use the Internet and the World Wide Web Brief Description: Learn to use exciting, innovative & trending tools to find quality information! Take your online skills to a new level with this hands-on, interactive 2 day course, to benefit you – the learner, school leaver, teacher, librarian, parent – and all who are interested in finding quality information and producing superior work, or assisting and guiding others towards quality work in a productive way.… Read More

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In the Cloud now MICT SETA Accredited!

It is indeed a huge achievement for In the Cloud (incl. Kids in the Cloud) to be awarded provisional accreditation by the Media, Information and Communications Technologies Sector Education and Training Authority (MICT Seta), from 1 June 2018. View the MICT Seta letter of accreditation. The Kids in the Cloud/In the Cloud MICT SETA Accreditation Number is: ACC/2018/07/0054. In the Cloud (incl. Kids in the Cloud) prides itself on providing exceptional and contextualised computer and digital citizenship skills-oriented training to both teachers and librarians. Although In the Cloud is located in South Africa, all training can be conducted throughout the rest of Africa.   Which Unit Standards are included as part… Read More

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Focus on School Leavers: Careers & Choices following Grade 12

Does your library plan to provide support in the form of workshops/webinars for school leavers, and provide guidance as to the available choices learners have following school? The following presentation include some pointers on available options for learners (please feel free to customize and use freely): https://www.slideshare.net/KidsintheCloud/what-happens-after-school-85752267     

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Register now for Workshops for Librarians in the Cloud January & February 2018

In the Cloud is very excited to now present the first official workshops, following a very extensive pilot period. We offer standard workshops, but custom workshops – tailor-made to address your individual needs – are available on request. Please contact In the Cloud for a quotation at info@inthecloud.org.za. Click here to view the 2018 Workshop List. January 2018 08-09 Jan – Content Marketing in the Cloud 11-12 Jan – Project Management in the Cloud 15-16 Jan – Online Communication in the Cloud 18-19 Jan – Blog & Web-design in the Cloud 22-23 Jan – Information Literacy in the Cloud 25-26 Jan – Designing & Creating Marketing Material in the Cloud 29-30 Jan – Putting your library/organisation on… Read More

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The power of mobile phones explored during the mLiteracy for Public Librarians Workshop

Mobile phones can be very powerful if we know how to use them properly. The mLiteracy pilot workshop presented by Derek Moore on Friday 1 December 2017, and generously sponsored by the Goethe-Institut South Africa, brought together public librarians from around to learn more about using their mobile phones to access wi-fi, and mobile reading resources on the World Wide Web. Mobile phones are more easily within reach of children and adults alike sometimes, and although not the ideal, if it is the only means one has to access books and research, it is better than nothing. The librarians who participated indicated that they had to stretch their minds quite… Read More

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In the Cloud @ the LIASA 18th Annual Conference, 2-6 October 2017

In the Cloud – a private VAT registered SA company – was established as a result of being awarded #LIASA Librarian of the Year. Thank you to all who have made this possible! It is #liasa18 conference again, and this time round I have to present a poster on what I did with the award money. The community training digital citizenship workshop at Hindle High, Western Cape, was definitely one of the many highlights of the past year. Below the poster compiled for #liasa18.

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