February 13, 2007

eduBuzz Professional Development

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We've been working on the eduBuzz site and training programme for a couple of months or so now - not so much soft launch as no launch at all. We're making our mistakes quite publicly at the moment and reveling in the feedback (and in our failures) to make it better.

One of the things I've really liked seeing is the development of the eduBuzz blog. When East Lothian started to get serious about social media there was a proliferation of blogs and wikis. It was enough to turn off even the most adventurous social media fan. Now, with this one blog, we are able to let people know about upcoming professional development events in the calendar (hover over a red letter day) or on cool things you can do with your own eduBuzz blog. In the coming weeks our Glow Mentor blog will be merged into this space, too, providing a real hub for everyone looking to socialise and work-itise online.

In the meantime, a mega update on what we've been up to and what it's brought to the learning community in East Lothian will come after the Open Meeting, February 26 @ 4pm, John Muir House, Haddington. Anyone can come along to this, just let us know by leaving a comment here or on the Head of Education's blog.


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Can you count me in for the meeting, please.

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