Well back at work and I’m straight into the thick of it. Spent last week recovering from jetlag and missing days as well as frantically finalising a document for our mLearning initiative. This week it’s report time. I tell you it’s a challenge to get all the stuff in my head out and formed into […]
So it all ends today. My last few hours in Abilene. The whole experience been a blast in many ways. I don’t think I’ve felt this intellectually stimulated and challenged for sometime and I’ve not been in an environment that stimulates my brain this much since my own study. I feel a little tired now, […]
Knowing of the inevitability of all things coming to an end still doesn’t alleviate the impact when they do.
Today was an interesting one, which really centred around the classroom and looked at it from a range of very different aspects.
I’m writing this and the next two posts a while after the fact. Not because I didn’t want to, things just really got away from me. So if these posts seem a little less detailed you now know why.
I didn’t know much about Abilene before I got here. I knew it was in Texas, I knew about the work ACU was doing… and that’s about it. I’m now ready for my pop-quiz on Abilene after a great weekend seeing the sites around and being guided through it by the wonderful George Saltsman.
Today I spent the day with faculty at ACU discussing the use of mobile devices and the technology supporting it.
Yesterday consisted of a drive from Grapevine and a quick tour of Abilene. I drove around a bit and checked out downtown before it got dark. A quiet day where nothing exciting really happened at all.
Honestly, I needed a few days to process the Breaking Development conference so I’m about ready to write something now.
So I’ve had a couple of days in Texas. It’s certainly warmer than California, flatter and bigger.