Nice to see your name in my inbox!
Sounds like you've got loads of good ideas, just as well as your 'flood' will
probably turn into a 'trickle'! Phil Quirke's website might be a good place to
), don't have the URL at the mo as am between jobs and
taking things easy. Haven't looked at it lately, but I think it was part of
PhD project and it was quite good for devt at one time. If you email him you
can say I mentioned his name. I actually promised him an article two years
ago, but..... it's still in the pipeline! Also we could maybe discuss an
article in the TD Newsletter each time that comes out. (That's in the
pipeline, too, but am getting there.)
In fact, that's one of the reasons for the email - I wondered if you'd
contribute your 'top ten' books related to personal and/or professional
development. It's a good way to introduce yourself to TD members and get your
name known. I've also asked Matt to contribute something for the same reason.
Could you let me have them by this weekend?
I'm finally leaving St Andrews next Monday. I should have started work at
Sussex last Thursday, but am on sick leave - good start! I'm heading for
Liverpool on the Monday as St A - Brighton is a long drive in one go. I'll be
staying with Anna, and we're going out on the town with Jorge that evening, so
I'm sure we'll have a drink or ten for you.
Speak to you soon.
Quoting Graham S Hall <g.hall@...
> Dear all
> As the new TD Discussion List moderator (lucky me), I thought I should try
> to get things going a little. However, as many people will either be on
> holiday or busy with Summer Schools at the moment, I thought I'd spend the
> next few weeks gathering ideas for what people would like to look at and
> discuss, and try to get a discussion going in September.
> In addition to any general postings people would like to put up about their
> experiences in this area, things we could do are refer to and comment on
> websites/online articles, have different people host a focused discussion
> etc etc. I have one or two ideas myself, but does anyone else have a burning
> issue related to TD that they would like to discuss, has anyone spotted an
> article which would be a starting point for discussion, or do you have any
> other ideas that we could pursue? If so, either email me directly or the
> list more generally, and I'll collate suggestions over the next few weeks.
> On another note, I would also like to expand the membership of this
> discussion list, so if you know of anyone who is interested in TD, maybe you
> could persuade them to join.
> That's all for now - I expect I'll be flooded out with ideas (!).
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