Reflections on Conference Blogging

October 31, 2007

I’m nearing the second day of blogging the OpenLearn conference, posting my blog towards the end of each session I attend and I started to reflect a bit on the experience. I always blog conference – it’s how I make and keep my own notes. But I’ve never been an “official” conference blogger before, nor really part of a blogging team. Posting to a shared blog is an interesting and quite a pleasant experience. As I do so, I can see what my friends and fellow bloggers have written about their sessions. It sometimes makes me smile and is always interesting. It feels like a sort of network of eyes and ears linked through blog entries.  Intense but run.  It certainly enhances the experience for me.

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One Response to “Reflections on Conference Blogging”

  1. Anesa Says:

    I share your sentiment … it has been quite interesting and it has been fun seeing the other posts as well – haven’t got chance to read them properly … but I must say something about live blogging – the sentences I make are not very articulate, and words are missing from the sentence particularly verbs … and my typos are really crazy – however being a real blogger means I got to pay attention for 90% of the time – in most conferences I have some sessions where I do blank out and that keeps me refresh for my other sessions :D.


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