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15th March 2010, 01:42 PM #1741
Welcome to all the newcomers! Bask in the roaring glow of the family fire.
Take a seat, help yourself to coffee and a most definately non-choclate hobnob, because chocolate hobnobs don't exist in any shape or form around here. The above image is falsified and should not be taken seriously, or as fact or proof that such hobnobs are readily available on EduGeek. Anyone caught with such a delicacy will be subject to severe interrogation.
Please see Witch for your regular coffee dunking, tasty hobnobs.
Definately no chocolate hobnobs around here...
moobsuk is a spy... must be a spy... Only I know the whereabouts of the fabled stash...
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15th March 2010, 02:20 PM #1742
Hello world !
Long time lurker, first time poster....
work for Synetrix
Hoping to chip in with useful info now and then !
15th March 2010, 02:23 PM #1743
15th March 2010, 02:23 PM #1744
Originally Posted by gonzodad
17th March 2010, 02:07 AM #1745
Just found this forum while googling for information on suitable laptops for primary schools and joined up.
I'm a governor ( ooo, i can hear the groans now ...) at my local primary school and with quite a few years in the IT industry, I was 'awarded' the ICT Link governor role. If i had ever entertained the idea that that ICT in education was going to be a breeze, it disappeared very quickly. Policies, LEA's, procurement, administration, AUPs, internet monitoring, ICT suites, RM CC4 - the actual ICT equipment is the least of my worries. And that is before I think about the teaching of ICT in the curriculum!
This forum looks like a huge font of knowledge about ICT within education and no doubt I shall be posting quite a few questions. Sadly, by the time I might consider myself nearly competent in these matters, my 4 years will be up.
Anyway, enough of my meandering twaddle. I'll let everyone get on with bumping up the share price of McVities
17th March 2010, 07:20 AM #1746
18th March 2010, 03:53 AM #1747
Thanks for the welcome. Oh yes, it all started so easily and then I got sucked in like water down a plug hole. It has been a massive learning curve but on the whole, I am enjoying it. And Forums like this are a huge bonus when trying to find information. I've tried making contact with some other local ICT governors for information sharing but they either aren't that interested or they're too busy. I must have a nosey around this site to see if there is somewhere ICT governors get together. Have fun!
Originally Posted by beeswax
18th March 2010, 07:06 AM #1748
You could always suggest this to the moderators.
Originally Posted by Tyrfau
18th March 2010, 01:54 PM #1749
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I stumbled across this site whilst at a recent SIF conferece, got to say I wish I'd found it a lot sooner!
Bit about me:
I work for CEM in the Yellis project and have had a lot of involvement with SIF (POC2 in Northern Ireland) my main work interests are data transfer and MIS
18th March 2010, 01:58 PM #1750
Welcome aboard Jeff
Originally Posted by JJ44
19th March 2010, 02:34 PM #1751
Hello all, I'm John and I'm half of the IT department at Penn Cambria.
And just because I see it on the side of my screen while posting and can't help but laugh...
He just looks fun.
22nd March 2010, 11:46 PM #1752
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Welcome to Jeff, John and Sasy (real name I'm not sure of!).
Hopefully you will find some useful information!
22nd March 2010, 11:47 PM #1753
Originally Posted by Tyrfau
Not so bad being an IT Link Governor - I'm one of those too, and possibly not the only one (as well as being a school techie in a different school). I am impressed by the things you quote - if I didn't do the job I do, I would not have found out about any of those from governor meetings or the school.
Welcome - I'm sure we will be able to help you....
22nd March 2010, 11:55 PM #1754
If you dont mind me asking but are you only here to promote timetableonline.com
Originally Posted by sasy
23rd March 2010, 01:29 PM #1755
My name's Karl, I'm a systems architect at Pearson Education. I've joined EduGeek to aid me in decision-making about various technical issues that we face in developing software applications for the UK schools market.
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