"The meeting sounds great, but attending in the day is a problem. Maybe we can have the next meeting in the evening?
I'd put a plea in for discussing what practical skills we need to be teaching (supporting Maureen). There has been much talk…"
"Educationalists are time poor so what they need might be a series of 'fast think' think tanks on key issues e.g.
* Ways for HE to tackle the funding crisis
* How to keep tired educationalists motivated!
* How to reduce the administrative…"
Ex-BBC Editor. I launched the BBC's social media services in 1998 (message boards, live chat, chat rooms). Now an academic researching new forms of public service media and how to create a network between producers of public service media and academics. The day job = Deputy Head of the Faculty of Media and Communications at Ravensbourne College of Design and Communications.
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