It was Learning at Work Week Glasgow last week. And as ever with our LAW events, we were there. This time showing our eager Glaswegian colleagues our debut Discover Web 2.0 session in their shiny newish building at Atlantic Quay*.
You'd think a PowerPoint presentation supporting an hour long overview of social media tools would be quick to prepare. Write it off the top of our heads, really. But it's interesting how much time it took. I estimate at least 1 day of my time, plus that of a colleague.
Which is fine, actually. Because in that time, the original outline really evolved, not least informed by delivering the session. Looking at it today, it has more depth, is more relevant to our target audience, and broad enough to have something for everyone. And importantly, will provide a good foundation for the soon to be launched Web 2.0 Workshop. Some beefed up content with a liberal sprinking of hands-on trying out of tools, and that course will be good to go. Now, that will be fun!
* If you ever find yourself heading there by taxi, ask for Scottish Enterprise. Trust me. It'll be easier.