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Steve Robson

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Hi Does anyone have any wall posters they would like to share? I have been uploading some of mine in Twitter http://twitter.com/Heutagogy It would be good to see what other Trainers use on their walls for inspiration etc etc Think we might have to send privately rather than through this site unless there is a way of saving files on this? Best regards Steve

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  1. Learners create their own

    Steve

     

    Although we do have a few ‘starters for 10’, we encourage learners to create their own wall art because it is going to be far more memorable and valuable to them than if we did it for them.

     

    Our posters tend to be relevant graphics around a quotation to stimulate thoughts and ideas.  Happy to share some if you find a way of doing so.

     

    Jooli Atkins

  2. posters – sharing ideas

    Hi Steve, sharing is a great idea, on a new free site I am involved in I was wondering about offering the facility for people to share their posters and flip-charts as part of a knowledge sharing exercise – is that something you would be interested in?

    Mike

  3. Coolris
    Thanks Jooli
    “Make your own” is not really appropriate to my world but I can defienetly see why it would be useful. I’m sure I have also made some posters at annual conferences etc where we had to make a company poster to demonstrate strengths and values etc.
    I’m sure there could be a section in the gallery for self made posters!

    Mike

    That would be a great idea.

    Posters are so important and are often overlooked, mainly becuase of temporary venues and Trainers focusing
    on digital media or “games”, (hate that word!),icebreakers, (and that one!) and exrcises and leave no time to get the envirionment right.

    The posters I uploaded to twitter are TTT related but I also use them extensively in technical training.

    This would be a good place to store the Posters?

    http://www.cooliris.com/

    Best regards

    Steve

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