I will toss in a few more bits at lunch time, heading out tonight from Phoenix for the direct hop to London. There’s a few days adjustment, Still Web planning, and I expect tangential conversations with Mariana Funes. But I am really going to visit Colin.
I hear we are traveling in fine mode
to reach Newcastle for OER14, where we meet up with our third leg of the 3M-DS106 stool, Rochelle Lockridge who apparently is already on royal ground at another conference in London. We have something secret cooked up for our OER session. It will be over the top (or falling down) when we show how worlds collide
Much goodness expected in Newcastle, rumors of several ds106 agents might be present.
There will be a bit of respite, a port of call in Bristol with some of the finest people in the land
Time to return the favor
Then, thanks to Martin Weller, I get to spend a week visiting the Open University, and hopefully doing some quick work to support the OER Research Hub project likely spent just fawning over the masterwork of Martin Hawksey’s OER Impact Map.
I’m looking forward to seeing Martin again, maybe he will take me for a ride
Seriously, I have a big thank you for him and his terrific team at the OU for making this visit possible,
And after everyone has said so many flattering things about Milton Keynes… well, the photos will speak for themselves.
Okay, back to packing. Where is my sun screen?
The post "My Bags Aren’t Packed, I’m Sort of Ready to Go…" was originally pulled from under moldy cheese at the back of the fridge at CogDogBlog (https://cogdogblog.com/2014/04/my-bags-arent-packed/) on April 24, 2014.