ECE 2011

I will write a more substantial reflection on ECE2011 but I just wanted to capture something of this wonderful event in a few words and pictures before my day out at Chatsworth with @courosa and @heloukee.

I was far too busy to take more than few photos with my iphone but these two images capture for me two of the important aspects of ECE 2011 –

first the team work Chris Procter and Debra Leighton (others were in the audience clapping),

and second the support for authors’ development of their work  in our publication workshopPublication Workshop.

What these pictures don’t capture was the richness of the experience for delegates but the following responses to a Tweet asking for one word to sum up ECE2011 do that pretty well:

Jane_Mooney                 Engaging

DavidCRoberts:             whenisthenextconference

cristinacost            superb!

IleneDawn            convivial

lightb4sound            Inspiring

rbw66            engrossing

ConnectIrmeli            awareness

catherinecronin            connect

francesbell            Exhilirating

bunhill            diverseloquent

CosmoCat            Inspiring

ChrisNewm            energizing

DavidCRoberts             http://twitpic.com/5mzt5m

SueFolley            thought-provoking

chrissinerantzi            fruitful

lindacq            Reflection

AleksejHeinze            WOW!!!

_Tasha__            reflections

courosa            Ricardo

gemturfer            amazing

fredgarnett            networked

mariakutar            exhilarating

courosa             Brilliant

torresk            Inspiring

BenGuilbaud             Inspirational

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francesbell

I left full-time employment as a Senior Lecturer in Information Systems, Salford Business School in January 2013. Since then, I only take on projects that interest me, and try to make time for the things I struggled to do when I was at work - travel, gardening, textile crafts. I am still interested in the impact of the digital on life - work, learning, play. I volunteer as an IT buddy at Macclesfield Library and do research on informal learning online.

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