I ran a workshop for the Federation of Image Professionals on Thursday, which was a really enjoyable day, with 7 super-engaged delegates:
I collected a range of feedback via AudioBoo:
There was also encouraging feedback via other means:
Alison set up a Twitter account, and sent her first tweet to me:
Carol Collins: I can echo Alison’s comment Bex, it was a very enlightening and informative day, many many thanks to you.
Lynne Nicoll: Thank you for a super day. I am full with social modalities.
Jacky Williams: Many thanks for sending through these links and also for a a fabulous day. I loved it.
Lorraine Iles: Thanks Bex – looking forward to giving it a go – onwards and upwards!!!
Jill Leggitt: Thanks for all your exciting files/links and for an information packed day – time just flew by. I have to admit to previously rather hoping that Facebook and Twitter etc would just be passing fads (in case you hadn’t guessed!) but I do see now that what I thought was frivolous has in fact a lot more substance. You have given me inspiration and confidence to finally embrace social media and that wasn’t something I thought I’d be saying any time soon!
You’ll be pleased to see I took my own advice about getting testimonials from people – and I have something here from everyone. It’s these kind of sessions which make the hours of learning worthwhile!
Digiexplorer (not guru), Senior Lecturer in Digital Marketing @ Manchester Metropolitan University. Interested in digital literacy and digital culture in the third sector (especially faith). Author of ‘Raising Children in a Digital Age’, regularly checks hashtag #DigitalParenting.