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Remote managers and reflection: this time last year

Once a month I like to look back on what I was blogging about this time last year and in previous years. It often prompts reflection on how things have – or have not – changed and where I have moved on to. In July 2009 I was looking at 

Webinar best practice #2: Top tips on how to start a successful webinar

Back in November 2009 I wrote about the planning necessary for a successful webinar and suggested that one of the most important thing to do before a webinar is to test and test again – the software, your equipment and the speakers’ equipment. If possible all attendees equipment should be

Creating online communities: alternatives to Ning

Now that Ning has announced that it is phasing out free services, it’s time to take another look at our Ning communities and to establish what might be a reasonable alternative to Ning. For my longest-running Ning network, ELESIG, we are prepared: a hard-working group from  this community of practice

Webinar best practice #1

I had quite a busy week of webinars last week, running a successful webinar on E-portfolios for the ELESIG community at elesig.ning.com. I also attended two fascinating webinars, one on bidding for European funding from the Digital Communications Knowledge Transfer Network and one on Digitisation at the British Library, from the

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