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Blogging and "E-Flective" Practice

Over at Work Literacy this week, we hosted a great webinar on using blogs for reflective practice. It was run by Paul Lowe, who is a senior lecturer and course director at London College of Communication, University of the Arts London. You can access the recorded session here. Just click on the link and then log in as a participant without a password and it should start playing.

Terry Carter posted a nice summary of the webinar here. Paul's own reflections on the experience are here and Harold Jarche added some additional thinking here. Unfortunately a client call intervened and I wasn't able to attend the live version, but I'm planning to go through the recording this week because by all accounts, it was a really engaging discussion.

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