CPD Sharing

Dear colleague

First we brought you the ISRU blog (http://glo.li/dDt5fI). Then we brought you this conference website.

Now we bring you the ISRU CPD community on Glow! (http://glo.li/gVgY6k)

Membership advantages include:

  • keeping in touch with colleagues across Scotland
  • a place to share what we think and what we’re doing
  • a place to share and work together on our intentions to really make a difference for young people
  • regular updates from the ISRU facilitators (Alan and Ollie)

The ISRU community is affiliated to CPDCentral (http://glo.li/gaxJ57) which will help you in a wide range of CPD.

OK, how do I join?

Step 1, remember this hashtag #isru

Step 2a, check this page (http://glo.li/gB6LXK) on CPDCentral. If your picture appears, click on it, edit the properties and add #isru to the hashtag area. Save and Close

Step 2b, If your picture doesn’t appear, follow this link (http://glo.li/hJU5SE) and fill in the details. Remember to add #isru to the hashtag area

Step 3, I’ll email you!

Thanking you in anticipation

*Glow login required.  If you work for a local authority and do not have access to Glow please contact the responsible person in your authority.

#ISRU11 Conference in Pictures – a great FREE CPD Resource

During the recent Internet Safety and Responsible Use Conference Graham Ogilvie from Ogilvie Design captured the main themes of the Conference as a series of cartoons. We are delighted to announce that the most popular twenty pictures have now been professionally produced and are available for anyone use under a Creative Commons Non-Commercial License.

This means you can use them in your Early Years Establishment, School, College, Youth Club or any organization as a display or staff CPD. Anyone can use this photographs as long as the original source is quoted and you are using the pictures for non-commercial use.

Help yourself and spread the word – this is a great free resource to support the ISRU agenda.

Creative Commons License

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic License

A link to all the pictures is here.

What about those who can’t?

I am following the conference on twitter with some relish and it is such a useful tool for this purpose. It is fantastic that our educational establishment are considering and facing head on the issue of responsible use of the internet and mobile technology. How technology is used productively in education is an exciting topic. However I am concerned about those students who haven’t the ability or resources to access many of the applications being considered. We ignore this issue at our peril. I would be very interested on any thoughts regarding this issue.

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