General Chat Thread, Physical technical meetings.... in General; In the good old days of our RBC we used to have regularish Technical meetings for the county, mainly centered ...
2nd August 2012, 06:34 PM #1
Physical technical meetings....
In the good old days of our RBC we used to have regularish Technical meetings for the county, mainly centered around the RBC issues but it was a chance for the Guys and Gals to meet up and have a chat.
That phizzeld out a few years back but today Our school got together a smallish crowd of the Guys/Gals from the county to have a sort of informal discussion of a few points that were thought to be hot topics.
One main thing we realised (and it's something Edugeek really heps with) is that as a set of Technicians we really should be pooling our knowledge a lot more. We all had similar issues. It was also good to confirm that we all face similar issues and problems.
Our council has little/no control over the running of I.T. in local schools unlike some areas so we all do our own thing to a degree.
Do other areas run technical meetings?
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2nd August 2012, 06:46 PM #2
Norfolk lea still hold them but take up seems to be dwindling which is a shame as like you say it's good to be able to meet up and have a chat, share ideas.
2nd August 2012, 08:25 PM #3
Can somone move this to general chat, I have only just noticed the different subsections of forums at the top of the page...
2nd August 2012, 08:30 PM #4
We discussed Ipads, BYOD, Primary Support, Virtualisation, etc..
Was interesting to here where people are at.
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