What I’ve been up to
20 October 2008 Leave a comment
Recent readers of this blog will have noticed that posts have dried up a little recently. We’ve had a busy time of it in the e-Learning team at the University of Bath since the beginning of term, so I’ve been working on other things. For example,
- I am the Project Lead for the institutional pilot of an Audience Response System (ARS) and have been working hard to raise awareness of the project around the university campus. If you would like to know more, head along to the website or drop me an email at email@example.com
- Along with my colleague Roger Gardner, I have been working on a new staff development seminar titled What can e-Learning do for me?. For further details, please visit the Enhancing Teaching Through Technology blog.
Aside from work, I also attended a very interesting lecture by António Horta-Osório, Chief Executive of Abbey,who spoke on his perspective of managing a large organisation in challenging financial times. And I managed to meet England cricket captain, Kevin Pietersen, yesterday after the Bath Rugby game and get his autograph.
I’m hoping November will be a bit quieter!