Monthly Archives: December 2012

2012 – A Year In Review

Lately it seems that many bloggers are writing their last posts for the year and invariably, they’re called, “A Year in Review”. Who am I not to jump on the bandwagon? I’ve summarised my best posts for the year below … Continue reading

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New Ways of Looking at Old Methods

Last week at our fortnightly Learning and Development team meeting – the last one for the year, we had one of the more robust team discussion we’ve had in many months. The aim of our meetings are to update what … Continue reading

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What I Learned in December

I’ve decided to write a blog post every month on what I learned for that month so welcome to the first installment. The idea came about recently during one of my nights of insomnia when the brilliant blog posts swirl around … Continue reading

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I’m a MOOC Dropout and…not so Proud

I had the best intentions. Truly, I did. When I first heard about MOOCs, the concept intrigued me so I decided to register for the Coursera Gamification course.  Imagine my excitement starting a course with thousands of others around the … Continue reading

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The Downhill Run to Christmas

November is a funny time for me at work.  Not funny as in ha ha – but funny is in ‘strange limbo time’. To say that 2013 was an utterly hectic, busy and ever-changing year is an understatement.  This year, … Continue reading

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