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  • 3 things to consider when deciding on what to learn... tell the story of how I work with educators what questions I ask them to understand how we can innovate their teaching plan
  • Talk about what I do in Salford, Then track back where I started
  • Talk about being the first in university
  • Talk about going to the navy and making learning relevant Gave me a new perspective
  • Changed my life and intellectual journey
  • Talk about my experiences and feelings Sharing is caring
  • As a form of participation and play
  • Designing new project
  • Social glue
  • New form of being Developed skills Became much more confident
  • a place with some tradition
  • And so the phd came along
  • money or personal value - what counts more?
  • and so are institutional and external benchmarks
  • Have we been socialised into open practices? Is that the message the university is sending?
  • BUT ALSO, and more important what drives
  • what is close to your heart passion
  • And also
  • I want a blog before my competitor is blogging and I have more interesting things to say It escalated to interviews on the radio, letters to the Guardian, public talks
  • in a digital world
  • Eating our own dog food
  • If people have a position on something and you try to argue them into changing it, you're going to strengthen that position.
  • their rol ein
  • Talk about the study that was conducted about assisted dying and where people looked for information and where scholars are publishing information – 2 worlds apart
  • our duty (in times of crissi) Talk about Gilman creating the university press as a form of making knowledge more accessible
  • Talk briefly about working with community and trying to devise new forms of learning and accreditation as a form of raising aspirations – a taster so I can meet people working on this

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  • educators onlinethe new public intellectuals?
  • me
  • where I am now
  • was university for me?
  • sharing
  • socialising
  • collaborating
  • peer support
  • learning
  • being
  • creating a professional footprint cristina costa
  • >>fast forward to Salford
  • academia
  • creating new habits
  • understanding established practices
  • PhD
  • Con tinu i tcontinuity y innovation vs
  • which one is more rewarding?
  • in which context?
  • timing is important
  • conflict or confusion?
  • open practices
  • what stops us?
  • what drives us?
  • values & commitment
  • need to make a difference
  • keeping up with the times
  • a story
  • identity
  • >>the hub
  • sharingpassion
  • research inplain English
  • research and graduate studies
  • Influence from the outside
  • Ilene example
  • If you want to change peoples ideas, you shouldnt try to convince them intellectually. What you need to do is get them into a situation where theyll have to act on ideas, not argue about them.Myles Horton
  • digital citizenship
  • Scho lars: think ing,im pro ving, and i nform ing soc iety
  • Haigh, C. & Costa, C., (in press) Role of Participatory Media in Nursing Research and Knowledge Dissemination. Journal of Research in Nursing.Haigh, C. & Costa, C., (in press) Assisted Dying: An evaluation of Web Based Information Resources. Journal of Advanced Nursing.
  • reaching beyond the scholarly community
  • It is one of the noblestduties of a universityto advance knowledgeand to diffuse it notmerely among thosewho can attend thedaily lectures but farand wide. Daniel Coit Gilman
  • Paul HaywoodProfessor of Creative Engagement
  • caminante, no hay camino, se hace camino al andar. Antonio Machado @cristinacost