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elearnr: what have I been up to?

As the first term of the school year nears its end, the time has come to reflect on the blog that’s accompanied my new role. The start of this year saw me become E-Learning Staff Tutor at my school, a newly-created role for which the job description was only finalised two weeks ago!

It made sense to me to set up a blog to accompany this role, for a few reasons:

  1. It’s a useful way to disseminate e-learning resources, links and guides to staff at my school.
  2. It means my work can have an impact beyond my school via blog readers and RSS subscribers (up to 129 of the latter so far, according to Feedburner).
  3. It’s a handy record to show the work I’ve been doing as Ofsted will be coming knocking sometime this year.
  4. It serves as a point of contact above and beyond email and gives me a ‘home’ (as I’m without an office!)

This shows you what I’ve been blogging about, mostly (courtesy of Wordle):

…and this is a complete overview of posts reflecting the sessions I’ve run this term (in reverse order):

I hope you find them useful! :-D

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  1. Doug,
    Completely irrelevant comment, but I’m sure you know the answer! I’m looking for a tool to create very simple graphics (line drawings, Venn diagrams, etc) and upload them to my blog. Any recommendations?

  2. Doug, Completely irrelevant comment, but I'm sure you know the answer! I'm looking for a tool to create very simple graphics (line drawings, Venn diagrams, etc) and upload them to my blog. Any recommendations?