Whilst I log some of my personal development here I do not intend to consider everything I do, including reading.
Instead I will often share my reading via other networks. Why?
- Most of my professional reading is via Google Reader. I previously setup the option to push ‘shares’ in Reader to Twitter. When Google+ launched this stopped working. If I see something particularly interesting I will still share it in my ‘Work Related’ circle…just in case anyone is interested. Its easy to do and at least allows my Google+ profile to have some use.
- Websites. If something leads to me having a question or is something I think my Twitter followers might be interested in (especially if it is from a source they might not read) I will share there from time-to-time.
- I do not tweet often, usually limiting it to live tweeting of events – with more in-depth reflections later in blog posts.
- Reflection on some particular tweets:
“Virtual classrooms are a response to austerity” http://soc.li/MIjMeod “Virtual learning cannot replace the learning…of a classroom” …wow some old arguments there. Sounds like someone needs a friendly Learning Technologist to show them how. Also ignores student demand.
This was really just a reaction to The Globe and Mail (a paper I used to read now and again) choosing to publish what effectively seemed to be some ranting about a workplace…without much evidence of a justified argument.
#bett_latw great presentation on global l&d, another arguing for curation over creation.
The official hashtag for BETT Learning At Work was quite quiet so I tried to post a few summaries for anyone following. The rising importance of curation was a theme – as picked up prior to Learning Technologies/BETT.
Opening talk of
#BETT_LatW reminded me of the silly Idiocracy movie, suggestions of attention problems and obesity in the future world.
#lt13 exhibition – good catchup but nothing hugely new. Or did I miss something? Or a sign of things bedding down and maturing?
The Learning Technology and BETT shows seemed to suffer from multiplication of different hashtags. Therefore, not many people may have seen this – I did get one reply confirming my feeling. Other posts confirmed that people are concentrating on the learning outcomes rather than tech for tech’s sake.
#lt13 exhibition delegates VERY keen. Perhaps the security staff were just doing what they’ve been trained to do?
This was me being a bit bitchy – which is rare I would say. I was simply blown away by how rude people were being to the Olympia staff – would opening five minutes late really make much difference? Do you have to be the first person in the lift? I’m still presuming/hoping the worse culprits are not Human Resources professionals.
@ldnoverground part suspended. No crystal palace service.
Apologies to any Twitter followers that my rule of keeping it professional (with most personal/private stuff elsewhere – i.e. Facebook) is starting to slip. If only because what was the East London Line now seems so badly served by London Overground information services. I find Twitter hugely useful for getting around London when there are problems and will try to contribute.
Finally, for now, a tweet which was a rare bit of advertisement for this site. I’m still torn between if this site should aim explicitly to be useful for others or just be my random thoughts, if anyone reads this far do let me know what you think!