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Tech Talk Tuesdays: How 2.0 keep up with it all?

May 24, 2015

When: Tuesday May 26th, 4-5pm, Melbourne Australia time, gmt+10

Where: Blackboard Collaborate Click on this link to listen to the recording.

About this session:  In the increasingly digital world that we live in, it is near impossible to keep up with everything. This will be an unconference style webinar where participants will be asked to share how they keep themselves organised, how they try and keep track of favourite and suggested tools and apps and what tools they use to keep themselves organised. What are your favourite tools for curation? Bring your questions along and share in the conversations with others. All are welcome and this webinar is online and free.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. May 25, 2015 2:44 pm

    Keeping up-to-date with Web2 developments is an impossible task … so to keep your sanity don’t expect to achieve it … just do what you can in the time you can spare.

    Some of my strategies are listed at

    In particular

    But my preferred tool is probably Twitter … just follow the people who do have more time to keep up to date … my account at

    Also see

    Twitter Edu hashtag groups

    I think of Twitter much like the same way I consider swimming pools … when I have spare time I simply jump in and swim around … until time to get out and get dried 🙂

    Have fun … stay sane 🙂

    • annemirtschin permalink*
      May 25, 2015 2:56 pm

      Wow, Chris, thanks so much for this. We could fill in weeks of TechTalkTuesdays looking at your resources but best of all, I love your last comment that twitter can provide us with so much.

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