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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    Hi everyone - I'm an AST for ICT in Sefton (north Liverpool for those that don't know!) and am tech-curious...trained as a teacher but often find myself with pcs opened up across desks and getting entangled in patch cables ;-)

    Look forward to hearing your pearls of wisdom - I'm off to start posting in the hardware forum...

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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    Hi all,

    I am currently a Junior ICT Technician, working for Christ College (formerly St Benedicts Catholic College) and Kingsmead School, in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
    I work Mon, Wed and Fri, at Christ College, and Tues & Thurs at Kingsmead.
    Christ College, is a joint RC and CofE faith school to approx 650 pupils aged 11-16, currently being considered to take the position of faith academy to be built on the site of Kingsmead.
    Kingsmead, is a foundation comprehensive that has just come out the other end of special measures, but is still in the process of closedown (summer 2009) due to the fact that the site is needed for the new academy.

    Having been in the job a year now, under 2 very helpful NM's who have taken every oppurtunity to educate me, I am currently getting slight itchy feet. So hopefully a Senior Tech job will come my way in the next 12 months.

    Anyway, Hi all!

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    Hi

    My name is Lisa and I work for a company called Software4Students, it is a company that supports students and teachers alike regarding software.

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    Hi! Another TWO girlie techs here. I'm an engineer and a refugee from 20 years in industry and now having fun (but accumulating bald patches) as a tech in two North Essex primary schools. (IN Colchester - St Johns green and BWW in Great Horkesley.) I'm really enjoying it. One of the Year 1s asked why I knew so much about computers. I told them it was because I went to Hogwarts and they are still watching me carefully. My colleague in sanity management is Marion, who is out there reading this and will introduce herself. Sigh - yes, we really do sit and read the Misco catalogue together.

    Michele

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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    WOOOOHOOOO !!!

    2 at once...christmas come early !

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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    hey, im on placement as an ICT Technician for a year so expect more of me on here!

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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Jake
    WOOOOHOOOO !!!

    2 at once...christmas come early !
    Back in your cage Jake, no-one said you were allowed out.

    Ladies do excuse Jake he gets rather excited at the meer thought of women in IT.

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    /me fetches the tranquilizer darts and the restraints...

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    mmmmmmm restraints.........

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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    I get rather excited too at the thought of more women in IT, but for different reasons to Jake, I suspect!
    Great to see you ladies - there are not many of us here - I think you two brings the number of women up to about 8 or so!

    Sarah

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    8 !

    By the blessed Clive Sinclair !!

    /faints

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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    Hi
    I am Marion, the sanity management colleague of mrsgrinch. Having read the earlier posts, i am a little scared of 'coming out', but here I am, lol. I started out as a T.A. in a Colchester primary school 6 years ago, and am now the HLTA and ICT tech at the same school. Look where ass-kissing can get you!

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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    morning all,
    Ive spent the last 9 years working as IT support in a large College using Novell.
    Ive recently started as a visiting schools tech and have around 7-8 regular visits with a range of solutions ie. ranger, winsuite something called a 'tempus' solution which from what i can make out is controlled by profiles on the server.
    Im to all practical purposes a total noob to windows servers and i thought SMIS was something that you play on the playstation. So be prepared to see me around quite a bit asking really dumb questions.

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    I am part of the Somerset LA MIS Support Team, and have been working with and supporting SIMS software for more yeard than I would like to admit to!

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    Re: New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :)

    Welcome to all the recently arrivals (and those that have decided to come out of the shadows).

    If you have any queries do not hesitate to PM a Mod or other member of EduGeek.net ...

    Now ... you do all realise that you payment for joining is sending chocolate to the first member of Site Staff that replies to you?

    No?

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