Meeting James and Friends

James Neill is hosting a Wiki Workshop on Friday 14 September (schedule) in the Teaching Commons at the University of Canberra.

He has invited Laura Hale and me to talk briefly about the HoPAu Project.

I thought I would share these slides with the group. (I have a copy on Speaker Deck too.)



Shortly after writing this post, this wiki book appeared about Australia and all the Australian athletes at the Games (90Mb download). Laura Hale has produced a HOPAU at London Paralympics report about the Project too.

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Ghost Detector Workshop -Psychogeophysics

A wiki resource for critical care nursing

I spent some time today with Holy Northam and Laura Hale setting up a Wikiversity resource for critical care nursing.

We met in the delightful surroundings of the Teaching Commons at the University of Canberra.

Ultimately the resource will be used by postgraduate critical care nursing students and critical care clinicians to develop a patient education guide that will lead to a clinical support site. The resource will include support for and education of:

  • Patients in the critical care environment
  • Families of patients
  • Staff working in critical care
  • Visitors

It was great to be part of a discussion with Holly and Laura.

Holly is a Registered Nurse and Midwife. She has spent over 30 years in critical care nursing areas. She is the convener of the Postgraduate Critical Care Nursing courses at the University of Canberra and teaches in the undergraduate Ethics and Law unit. Holly has a specialist interest in organ and tissue donation and has worked for ACT Health as the ACT Organ and Tissue Donor Coordinator.

Laura is a passionate advocate for wiki collaboration. She notes on her Wikipedia user page that “I am not a WikiMedia Foundation (WMF) employee or intern, nor am I based in WMF offices or affiliated with them in any official capacity. I just love the idea of sharing knowledge and trying to help people”. She has a particular interest in women and sport. I have found Laura’s work on gender issues in wiki production to be particularly thought provoking.

I am looking forward to supporting the development of the wiki resource and note that news of it will be shared with the tag #CCare.

Photo Credit

Critical Care – An attentive nurse and a lot of machines that go “ping”

Wiki Ways: Collaborating to Flourish

I have an opportunity to make a presentation in the Day 2 program of the IASI Workshop in Leipzig.

This is a pdf copy of my slides 110629 IASIL Wiki Presentation

This is an m4v copy of my slides (apologies for the out-of-synch voice recording).

Notes about the format of the presentation: I used Keynote as the authoring tool with the record narration function. When I exported the presentation to .mov and m4v both formats have a mismatch between voice and text. I did upload the presentation to Slideshare with voice but have changed this to pdf because of the asynchronous voice over!

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