LearningPool Live South

Last week I was something of an impostor, attending the LearningPool user community’s third and final regional conference of the season. The session I attended on LearningPool itself introduced the organization under their four service offerings: Content Off-the-shelf resources, including some customer generated eLearning modules. Core catalogs are compliance, health & safety and public sector… Continue reading LearningPool Live South

The new learning organisation – the challenges and survival tips for L&D in the 21st Century (LSG webinar)

The second LSG webinar this week was unfortunately cut short by technical problems.  At the time I was trying to play devil’s advocate in arguing against some of the ideas being put forward.  This is unusual for me as I watch lots of webinars but tend to do just that, watch, on Thursday though I… Continue reading The new learning organisation – the challenges and survival tips for L&D in the 21st Century (LSG webinar)

The Value and Importance of Repositories

These are notes from the above CILIP in London evening meeting…I was asked to write the event up for the newsletter so thought I might as well post the longer version of my notes here. Speaker: Nancy Pontika, Repository Manager, Royal Holloway College, University of London Nancy gave us a taste of life working with… Continue reading The Value and Importance of Repositories

#fote13 – Some remote observations (including on Open Access)

Today I have been following tweets from the Future of Technology in Education event (#fote13) which a lot of my Twitter contacts seem to have attended.  Interestingly, it included some content on Open Access, less encouraging is that according to this blog at least the only question emerging early on was “so what else is… Continue reading #fote13 – Some remote observations (including on Open Access)