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On 12 March I presented a keynote address at the IASI World Congress in Canberra. I posted a draft of my presentation in Slideshare. Gavin Reynolds has alerted me that:

video recordings of the Congress presentations are now available here.  Click on the Proceedings tab in the left navigation menu and follow the links.

To access the videos, you will need to logon using your Congress secure web username and password – originally issued when you completed your online registration. If you do not have a secure web account, it is not too late to complete the online registration form (ignoring the special requirements and payment sections) here.  An account will be automatically generated for you. If you experience any difficulties, please email us.

My presentation is on Day 2 of the Proceedings. Given the conference theme (Building and Sustaining Sport Information Communities – through connectivity, collaboration and sharing), and that my experience of the CCK08 course was so profound, I am keen to share these links.

This video segment introduces my talk.

In the minute I mention Gavin (Gavin Reynolds), Wayne (Wayne Goldsmith) and Flynny (Michael Flynn). I was delighted that each of them was in the audience as they have had a significant impact on my thinking and practice in sport.

These are the slides I used in the presentation iasi09-part-1 iasi-part-2 All the acknowledgements for the images used in the presentation are at the end of Part 2.

I used a Twitter Tag #IASI (and realised I needed to distinguish it from the Romanian #IASI post-event) for the conference and ran Tweet Deck throughout as my message centre.

Author: Keith Lyons

Clyde Street has been my WordPress blog since June 2008. I write about learning, teaching and performing.

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