Thanks for facilitating this day it was well organised and I am sure everybody who attended found some areas of interest.
I see a use for the Paper Show for use in Emergency Command and Control, Turning Point as this has many uses and VLE's if security issues can be overcome.
So impressed with the Paper Show have ordered one to evaluate.
Thanks for taking the time to provide the feedback.
I know that you have ordered a PaperShow product and would really appreciate having a look at it once it arrives on-site.
A recent meeting has removed the final 'blocker' to introducing a VLE so keep you ears open and I'll keep everybody updated as and when I have any news.
If the test of a great day is that it's still provoking thoughts/actions a week later then our day was certainly a big success. I have lots of workshops/learning events coming up and the little question of how could I use technology to enhance this experince keeps popping up - and of course I now have far more answers to this question than ever before. Thanks Craig
Got some very useful insights from the day. Have just been adding bookmarks using Delicous site. Once get an e-mail account easy to do. Can then see who else bookmarked a relevant site and then look at their bookmarks.
Still trying to find some useful nuclear bloggers. Don Johnson was mentioned to me.
Thanks for your feedback on the unconference and well done on spotting the uses of social bookmarking sites for your learning events. Hopefully future delegates on your events will not only benefit from the links you have provided them via your Delicious bookmarks but may even start to use the tool for themselves......????
I intend to promote the use of 'DELICOUS' by delegates on UUK Safety Case / Safety Case Owner events by putting relevant links under my account.
It sounds as though there was great value to be drawn from the day. I wish I'd been there, if only for the Eton Mess - I guess I'll settle for a virtual mess instead! As you know I was in hospital and so couldn't trot out my Elluminate session, but it's "in the can" (as media people say, and not American toilet slang!) Once I've successfully despatched my kidney stone, I have a plan to co-facilitate for you and your colleagues a very special live online session with my friend Julie Wedgwood, whom you know. Together, and using Elluminate, we aim to push out the boundaries - I promise it will be a SIT UP and not in any way a SIT BACK session! All the best - and do keep taking a fresh and balanced look at these wonderful technologies that have so much potential for learning and communication. A final oxymoron as my old Latin teacher used to say festinare lente which, translated means "hasten slowly" and very roughly interpreted means "get on with it, but at a contolled pace". Phil Green.
Many thanks for dropping by my Blog and for your encouraging comments. I'm really pleased to hear that you are getting back on your feet, but please take your time.
I passed on your offer to co-facilitate a session with Julie to my colleagues yesterday and they were VERY keen to participate in a session that allows them to view the full functionality of the system from a learners perspective. I am even going to invite a colleague from our IT Department who will play a key role in sourcing any end-solution.
I really like this blogg!! It just comes down to my "stuck record" syndrome of time! How's that for old world.
Thanks for your feedback about my Blog, but I think you are being a little hard on yourself...
... the fact that you have become a Learning Facilitator, that you volunteered to be an elearning author, that you came along to the unconference, that you immediately identified the possibilities for the PaperShow tool and that you were beavering away today to get 'Beyond the Bullet Points' puts you well and truly in the New World!!!