August 02, 2004

More blog talk

Here we are again talking about PDPs and how blogs might help with collating information. Also looking at learning styles, (deep or surface) and how medical students use them.

July 22, 2004

Teresa is leaving

Teresa is stood in my office trying not to cry (again) We have just had champagne (not sparkling wine Gavin and Mike shame you weren't available to taste the difference!)
Teresas last act of proper work will be to short list for her replacement (she will of course have a guiding hand on her right shoulder as she does so)

July 09, 2004

Reflections

Follow-up to Picture Frustration from Lara's blog

Thank you to Kieran for sorting my picture. Glad that my frustration has proved worth while and may help improve future picture presentations. Being able to grab hold of the sides of the picture (like in powerpoint) would be excellent or being able to pick it up and shift it around the screen would be good too. Having to write in computer speak to reduce size just doesn't do it for me.

Thank you also She Bevan for coming to popmo last night. Now I know who you are I'll track you down every time you miss! Best get out the good excuses.

Today I e-mail all the medical students and tell them how to see my efforts and make comments of their own. All in the cause of PDPs I hope the university is grateful.


July 07, 2004

Picture Frustration

Follow-up to First picture from Lara from Lara's blog

Many thanks for the advice received BUT
I've now reached frustration point after half an hour of trying to reduce the size of the picture. Once I've had a cup of tea and chocolate biscuit I might re-consider having another go!

First picture from Lara

Writing about web page http://www.thecircusspace.co.uk

Found a wonderful place to have fun a year ago. "Circus Space" in London runs half day circus skills courses including acrobatics, trapeze flying, juggling and rope work (like on BBC filler). The warm up was the killer bit. More details can be found at www.thecircusspace.co.uk

I'm on the second row left hand side as you look at screen. Recently used this picture in newsletter for Med School. Wouldn't want everyone to think that administrators don't have a good time.

Next problem is how can I make the picture smaller??? HELP


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