Tag Archives: learning

What I’ve been reading

I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. Getting the digital debate going – Jimmy Leach announces the FCO's conference on cyberspace. Sounds interesting! Mid year review: the state of DH digital – Great honest review of activity … Continue reading

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Social knowledge and learning at BT

I spoke at an Open University event last week on behalf on Learning Pool, discussing the role on communities in social learning and how they can help improve engagement. More on the specifics of my talk on the LP blog … Continue reading

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What I’ve been reading

I find this stuff so that you don’t have to. Can digital save our libraries? « corrinnedouglas – Some useful thoughts on an important topic Google Sites – Mobile Templates – Interesting tool for making mobile friendly site templates. Patch, … Continue reading

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Free webinar on how technology can support public sector collaboration

I’m hosting free webinar, thanks to Learning Pool, that will take you through the benefits that technology can bring to collaboration within public services. Covering the main tools and the strategies to implement them, attendees will be able to identify … Continue reading

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Learning, knowledge and the ‘net

I had the pleasure earlier today to speak at a meeting of the Scottish Knowledge Management Network (link requires sign-in) in Aberdeen, hosted by the very generous SubSea7. My slides are embedded below. If you can’t see them, there’s a … Continue reading

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