Some founders may remember / know me - years back I was indiegirl on previous versions of EduGeek. I see things have come a long way!
I no longer work in education, but I've just signed up to help (more fool me) my local school redo their website, and I am hoping there is someone on here from East Renfrewshire (I've moved a long way north from my original stamping ground of Buckinghamshire) who could answer some questions. I see that the Scotland forum is very thin on the ground...
Ahh, my old account? Nah, it can stay with the BBCs and the Acorns, gathering dust :-D
I've been lurking here a while so its time I said hello :)
Have been in IT since 1995 and moved to Ireland ten years ago but was made redundant in 2010. Couldn't find work so completed a Comptia A+ course and an Open University course on MSAD and Networking and am now the sole ICT Tech in a secondary school but its only a work placement scheme. Next year we are moving to Norfolk, England to be near family.
Minden Nevada, USA
Network Engineer and IT MacGyver for a small K12.
New guy here, been lurking around this forum for few days and I like it, I've been around the computers since childhood and since windows 95 lol, it seems that I will learn a lot from this place as I slightly feel that I lost the track of PC addiction as I became somehow busy with daily work, but I'm willing to learn more!! :D
oh and I'm studying at University full time and am from Dubai :P and I like cars in general :D
I've just started as an IT Technician for a small school in Doncaster. So far I've found the Learning Network Managers sub-forum to be very interesting and informative, so I'll probably be spending a lot of time there.
Seems like a good community on here.