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June 13, 2007


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Michael Clarke

Thanks for the nod (I think!)

So far, quiet growth - next big challenge is to learn how to interact with this swathe of our users in a context sensitive fashion and draw them into contributing ideas and learning - suggestions welcome! What I need to spend some time contemplating and encouraging internal debate about is the very literal 'identity crisis' it's triggered amongst a lot of our staff in terms of how they deal with students in this context. No matter how informal or egalitarian your context, if a student comes in to see you, they're facing a form of authority figure - and that's the basis of your identity as a HE worker, no matter how mediated. Now out in the wild...

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