Thursday 28 October 2010

ULearn10 keynote

Unusually for the site, this link is pointing to a whole keynote talk at the wonderful uLearn10 conference, just post-earthquake, in NZ's Christchurch - run by CORE and I suppose looking back I had a hand in setting up both CORE and ULearn a decade ago.

Anyway, here's the link

For once, I have listened to this right through (it's a bit odd listening to yourself) because the feedback on Twitter etc during the keynote and after had been rather good, and watching it I'm quite pleased with how it came out - you never really know at the start because the audiences reaction tends to steer and shape to route the talk takes. It's what happens when you don't use slides.

Anyway, if you have an hour to spend (!) - have a listen.

Wednesday 13 October 2010

Public lecture: State Library of Victoria

My favourite institution in what is rapidly becoming my favourite city... I simply adore libraries, as many of you know - some of the introduction to this lecture tells you why.

Anyway, a public lecture to a packed room was a joy and an honour, Tbis is the audio feed from that lovely evening back in 2008