Guess who will be speaking at the Gulliver Forum this Thursday? That’s right, it’s me! By speaking I mean I’ll be doing a short presentation on how I found the Learning 2.0 program. By presentation I mean some powerpoint slides whilst I cower behind the lecturn. (I hope there is a lecturn).
I probably should have written this earlier so you could all organise to come and listen to fantastic me. Ah well, I’d actually prefer there weren’t too many people there, my public speaking skills are a tad rusty.
I am probably going to speak about how I enjoyed the program but, as an organiser for my library, found that most of our staff were either slightly under-confident about their skills or found it difficult to get time at work to do the program. In fact, the vast bulk of people who completed it did the majority of work from home.
Anyways, just thought I’d let you all know. The forum will be held at the Rendevouz Hotel in Melbourne on 31 January to 1 February from 9.30 onwards. I will be speaking the afternoon of the 1st (again, by speaking, I mean 5 minutes of me bitching about the negative aspects of the program and then closing on an inspirational statement about how it was all worth it because RSS rocks!)