My name is Ed and I'm an alcoh ... ah, sorry, wrong forum.
I'm not a geek, I only have a smattering of geek - just enough to get by in the pub with the IT crowd. I'm an ex teacher (can I see hackles rising already?) but I now run a commercial company which provides an on-line behaviour and rewards management facility to schools. I have a very geeky partner who manages all the computery thingies.
Why am I here? I am interested in open source and data exchange developments in schools.
EdWhittaker (8th June 2010)
My name is Kris and I'm a wireless network consultant, I'm here to share my wireless knowledge and to give people un bias advise, and to help solve peoples wireless related issues.
Welcome Kris, you skills will be very usefull here!
Hi All, My Name is Andrew and I have just started a new role as IT coordinator for a primary school in london. and hope that i may learn lots by joining your forum.
Welcome Andrew, hope you enjor your time here :-)
to all those I have missed. I'm sure you will enjoy becoming members of the edugeek community
Hello All EduGeeks!
My name is Isaac and I run a digital media agency in London, England.
Our main focus at the moment is an online learning platform due to go into development this August and scheduled for (beta) launch early next year. I will post more about the platform in due course for anyone interested.
I'm here to get a feel for what educators are really looking for to support their teaching (so we build in response to need rather than simply assuming it) so anyone interested in VLEs and other online learning tools (whatever they may be) please do share - would love to bounce around ideas with you.
We have a very simple mantra - "Liberating Education" - and although we are not a charity we are also not a commercial cash-hungry beast looking to piggy back off the 'growing wave of e-learning'. Our aim is to develop USEFUL tools that enable and enhance the quality of learning - many of the features in the platform will be free to use so I'm hoping it will be of use to many of you here who feel that a lot of what's out there is unnecessarily complicated, unaffordable or simply fails to lives up to the hype.
Anyway, enough from me. Thanks for the space to introduce myself - I look forward to meeting some of you and getting more involved in the community over the forthcoming weeks and months....
Kinda new, though this isn't my first post. :P
I'm Joel and I'm a technician supporting a couple of schools in Bolton. This looks like a friendly and helpful community, so hopefully I'll be sticking around for a while
Hello I am Chris from CP Ltd.
I thought I would say a quick hello......Myself, Joe and Mark log in at different times and I realised i have never properly introduced myself.
I say newish as CP Ltd aren't new on here but I am!
Nice to meet everyone!
I have never really introduced myself also...
Apologies! I'm Michael and i am IT Tech in a secondary school.
...not sure what skills is can bring, but i will do my best!
I'm Tom. My role is Multimedia Technician. I am responsible for administration of our VLE and assisting people with multimedia applications such as the adobe suite.
Wymondham College in Norfolk. We're a state boarding college, years 7 through 13. Specialists in Language and Technology.
VLE platform: frog
e-mail system: MS exchange
3 Internet connections giving us a total speed of >60Mb/s download, filtered by ourselves with astro com balancing.
Print administration through PCounter
Backups through Symantec Backup Exec
Currently interested in: e-newletters delivery systems, SMS, RSS. I'm looking to make contact with anyone using CMIS with a parent contact system such as ParentMail.
welcome tom. hope u enjoy your stay!
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