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Weeknote 04/2014

This week I’ve been:

  • Taking time off work on Monday and Tuesday. I was in Gozo with my wife, Hannah, to find somewhere for our family to live February-August this year.
  • Participating in my usual Mozilla calls. It’s an important time as we’ve got a work week in Toronto coming up soon (where we’ll plan out the work from here to MozFest in October)
  • Celebrating my son’s seventh birthday. He’s really growing up, that boy.
  • Working on slides for my three presentations at BETT.
  • Planning for everything related to the Web Literacy Standard to move to be a Web Literacy Map.
  • Attending and speaking at BETT. Here’s where I was (with links to slides). I met – and caught up with – too many people to mention. It was great. 🙂

Next week we were expecting to move out of our house, but that’s been delayed by a couple of weeks due to a mortgage issue somewhere in the chain. We’re still planning to move to Gozo mid-February. I’ll be speaking at Learning Technologies in London.

Where I’ll be at BETT (#bett2014)

After a few years of absence, I’ll be at BETT again this year. I’m arriving at lunchtime on Thursday and speaking three times on Friday. However, given my busy schedule over the coming weeks, I can’t stay for the (usually excellent) TeachMeet on the Friday evening.

Where I’ll be and when on Friday (24th January 2014):

If you want to say hello, ping me on Twitter (@dajbelshaw). Want to discuss something specific? Email me and we can have coffee ([email protected]).

(N.B. I’m not interested in promoting products via my blog/social media and I don’t currently have access to pots of funding!)

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