Here is my first iMovie effort and it’s talking about my current work project and some of the challenges we face down the road. Yes, there are some flaws in the video but I had a lot of fun learning the tool and the processes.
I am definitely interested in speaking with Moodle experts about the long-term use/re-use of our learning assets and how we manage resource/assignment updates over their lifecycle. I’d also be interested in speaking with folks who have migrated from Moodle to TotaraLMS.
I’m happy to be a small part of this global effort to increase awareness of Working Out Loud (w.k.a. #WOL) and Showing Your Work.
“Working Out Loud starts with making your work visible in such a way that it might help others. When you do that – when you work in a more open, connected way – you can build a purposeful network that makes you more effective and provides access to more opportunities.”
I hope to pull together some videos and other resources to share a bit about my ongoing work and share some of the challenges and successes along the way. If you’re a practitioner who wants to learn more about the concepts and possibly join in the fun, check out this blog from Simon Terry. There are some valuable explanations and links to help explain more about Working Out Loud.
Let’s all make some noise about our work!
I am thrilled and humbled to share the news that I have accepted an invitation to speak at the 2015 EduTECH congress in Brisbane, AU, in June.
To say that I am floored and in a little bit of shock would be like describing Arthur C. Clarke as a guy who “wrote a little”.
This event is different from most L&D gatherings in that the speakers all use a TED-style format for their talks, and this is definitely terra incognita for me. So, I’m going to engage in a little ‘working out loud’ as I share some of my preparations and thoughts as I get ready for this “talk of a lifetime”. That said, I am especially looking forward to meeting Ryan Tracey at this event, and hopefully Helen Blunden as well.
This kind of reward is not a singular one. I thank my friends, colleagues, my PLN, and my wife, for their support, encouragement, and inspiration. I will be standing on the shoulders of giants as I take that stage.
I’m including an update I fired off to the team this morning about what we have on the go internally (names changed to initials for obvious privacy reasons). It will give you a sense of some of the things I have been working on as well as what I am doing to communicate it to the broader audience.
Things are moving along well at our little learning ‘skunkworks’ at CHO. The learning inventory has been completed and it is doing the first round of feedback with the TLs and PCs. My thanks to CG, AT, SF, TJ (and a few others who wish to remain anonymous) for their input and feedback in the creation of the inventory and helping me with findings and recommendations. More to follow at the TL meeting on the 19th. Read the rest of this entry