A Little Bit About Ourselves – Our First Activity on #etmooc

Our first assignment for #etmooc was posted today and we have to write an introductory post about ourselves and why we are doing the course. So here goes…don’t laugh.

And no, don’t ask me to talk about Westham or the Tigers.  I have decided to do a short presentation of photo and audio snippets followed by a webcam recording of the answer to the last question which is, “why am I doing this mooc?”

I really don’t like being in front of the camera but I have to overcome this fear…

About Activate Learning Solutions

Helen Blunden is the founder of Activate Learning Solutions and Third Place. She has over 20 years of experience within learning and development across private, public and not-for-profit organisations. With a specialty in performance consulting and networked learning, Helen believes that workplace learning is integral to business success. She has a passion for enabling people to learn beyond the classroom and believes in the power of networks and communities to drive collaboration and meaning within the organisation. From facilitator-led instruction, online and blended, Helen deploys social and informal learning such as enterprise social networking, collaboration tools and emerging technologies that have been proven successful and embedded workplace change.
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2 Responses to A Little Bit About Ourselves – Our First Activity on #etmooc

  1. Thanks Rebekah, I saw yours too! I hope you enjoy the course. I’ve already picked up a few hints and tips and someone mentioned this tool called Piktochart. Now, I’m using that to create various handouts for my workshops!

  2. Great Intro Helen!. I’m doing the MOOC as well but haven’t finished my intro yet. It will be great to have someone I know to help keep me going. Time pressure is always my problem. See you around the MOOC!

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