Hi LK - thanks for seeting this up. I am about to take off comaping (in the rain!) but wondered if you could send me links to the video of Friday's sessions....
I was really excited by the possibilities that came out of the last few days of visits. I will be sending a meeting request for a disucssion on using the exchange that Carolyn set up as a way of developing SITC etc...
Hey Sophie and happy to welcome you as the first member of this group! The podcasts will be uploaded by HHT sometime this week as I understand it - is that what you meant? All the notes fthat Angelina took from the sessions can be found on our blog - http://nlablog.wordpress.com/ - and we'll post links to the pods from there.
Hi Lynda, I found the site via your conference blog - shows that the links work. This looks to me a better starter for an intranet than Facebook, so let's see how it goes. 36 members in 2 days isn't bad going!
Hi Lynda, this whole enterprise is challenging the ways in which I read and think (other than reading Tristam Shandy, that is). Following the digital natives/immigrants argument, I feel a little like a poorly prepared tourist who isn't sure where she is going and what she'll do when she gets who-knows-where. But I must say it's amazing and good fun. Keep prompting us to pack our bags and go on the journey.
Lynda, do you ever sleep! I think the idea of collecting all the websites cited by my English colleagues is a great idea when I can work out how to do it. By the way, the visit by Trish & Pauline to Ashfield Boys High School to prepare them for their Dinosaurs visit was fantastic; the boys were really switched on. We need to start to collect digital artifacts, like Daisy took some photographs, and imagine how the boys can develop a digital narrative of the whole project.
Thanks Lynda, I enjoyed your comments at the social media conference in Sydney last Friday also. I'm a bit of a 'one woman' team at the gallery so I'm very keen to use tools to engage a wide audience that I'm interested in and find quite easy to do - such as blogs. I use flickr and blogs to meet and promote my own work too.
Check it out at http://www.missmardinowak.blogspot.com
Couldn't tell Lynda! ;-) though I had an opening the night before and had to catch an early flight so my head was thumping too! I'm not that technical either but am getting some help from some of our exhibiting comic book artists to assist with tech stuff - they love the blog and are looking forward to creating some interesting content for their show in June.
i'd just go into your page and edit from there if you want to add more websites to your profile. I'd be really interested in learning about how your nings are going with your staff - we want to do this at the AM (as well as for evaluation). Why don't you start a discussion, group or blog on this ning so we can share our experiences?