Hello. Long time, no see! I’m terrible at this blogging lark. I really need to get into it as I do have stuff piling up in my head.
However … for now I’m going to simply point you to somebody else’s blog.
I ‘chaired’ the OpenMic session at last month’s CETIS Conference in Nottingham. Very much enjoyed it. Nice and relaxed, fun and informative with 6 short talks and discussions around a clutch of random topics.
There was the MIMAS Landmap Geospacial Resources project, a discussion around the role of the “learning technologist” in today’s tech environment, the XCRI validator and mashups opportunities, a pondering on whether there was a standardised ways to exchange forms across systems, HESA’s Redesigning the Higher Education Data and Information Landscape and yours truly did a quickfire thing around where I see Augmented Reality right now.
But anyhoo … thankfully, the JISC’s very own David Kernohan attended the session and very kindly live-blogged the whole thing.
So … for coverage and links and stuff, go see David’s post at http://followersoftheapocalyp.se/cetis12-open-mic-session
Now then. I best start thinking about getting some more posts done. See you soon!