Posts Tagged "#LT11uk"

Do you ever provide a take-away resource and…

….wonder it is destined for anywhere other than the bin? Well that was exactly what went through my mind when I was preparing my ‘take away’ calendars for my Learning Technologies 2011 session. The desktop calendars had been designed to provide the attendees with a very ‘loose’ roadmap to assist them in implementing Learning Technologies into their role/workplace and were placed on the tables as a ‘freebie’ take away. I have often wondered how many people took the calendars out of politeness and were ultimately destined for the bin,  so you will...

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Podcast #5: Now the dust has settled…

Craig chats with Lillian Soon, Kate Graham, Karyn Romeis, Laura Overton, Christie Fidura and Don Taylor on the ‘actions’ that they personally took away from their attendance at Learning Technologies 2011, along with the challenges that they anticipated in trying to achieve them! Audio MP3Audio MP3 Download podcast in mp3 format: Now the dust has settled Subscribe to the podcast in iTunes. Shownotes Small Chunks (blog post that started me making simple action planning points, post events) Following #LT11UK, it’s back down to Earth… (my reflections and action planning...

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Following #LT11UK, it’s back down to Earth…

…. with a bump! At least it will be on Monday morning when I’m back in work, having left behind the visionaries, disruptivists, forward-thinkers and all round ‘good eggs’ that I was surrounded by at Learning Technologies (LT) 2011. Following last years attendance at LT 2010 I went back to work envigorated, inspired and with a spring in my step, so much so in fact that my organisation created a Communications Technologist role (it’s a Learning Technologist role… don’t ask its complicated)! Unfortunately, what they didn’t create was any strategic...

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Now I wasn't expecting that!!

Many of you will know that I didn’t really take my first formal foray into Learning Technologies until 10 months ago at the Learning Technologies conference. Since then I have taken what I consider to be an active role in pursuing current and emerging technologies and using them as part of my own Personal Learning Network to (if I may say so myself) some success. Over the past 10 months I have become an active Twitter user which has led me to connect with some wonderful people, allowed me to attend some great workshops and has allowed me to work with some great organisations. I have...

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