I’ve become known for using post-its at keynotes and workshops, but credit where credit is due – we owe them to Spencer Silver, Geoff Nicholson and Art Fry. Patrick Barkham outlined the history of the post-it in ‘The Guardian’ on 26th April, and I’ve made a few slides telling the story, which you can download here. History of Post-its (787 downloads)
Here are the slides I used in my ten-minute presentation (actually, 13 minutes!) on 20th April. JISC: Assessment Symposium: Coventry (894 downloads)
Here are the main slides I used at my presentation and workshops on 28th September. I’ve had to remove many of the pictures to make the file manageable in size (it’s ppt 2007 in a zipped folder). [Download not found] You were a great group to work with.
Here are the main slides I used in my presentation (without most pictures, to reduce the file size Segovia (787 downloads) . Here also are the slides Sally, Graham and I used in our discussion of writing for publication. Writing for Journals (791 downloads) . We really enjoyed the conference, and our first visit to Segovia.