This week I marked my first year here at GCU. I can’t believe how quickly the past year has gone, and as I completed my annual review I’m quite pleased with what I have been able to do in the last 12 months, but also frustrated that I haven’t done more. Still Rome wasn’t built in a day . . . Highlights have been GCU Games On and the work I’ve been doing with Evelyn McElhinney on online residency.
Earlier this week I signed up for a free 14 day trial of ThinkUp an analytics service that “gives you daily insights about you and your friends that you can’t find anywhere else.” I found out that I had been tweeting longer that the hashtag has been in existence and that I have sent 25,799 (and counting) tweets. That’s 4 days 11 hours 29 minutes of my life. One day I will actually do some work 🙂
In the meantime, the notice board in my office is filling up with coloured bits of paper.
David Walker and I have been delighted with all the feedback here on the blog, via twitter and email that last week’s “what is it about learning technologists?” post has generated. There’s still time to have your say before we start writing the chapter so please keep the comments coming.