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AUSPIN Workshop Canberra September 2010

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Earlier this week I wrote about the AUSPIN Workshop held in Canberra on 16-17 September. This is a copy 100917 Cloud Connections of my presentation (slightly different to my Slideshare copy) to the Australasian Sport Information Network (AUSPIN) on Friday.

This was the workshop agenda AUSPIN.

The workshop was an opportunity for me to meet with Gavin Reynolds (NSIC) and Richard Young (SPARC) to discuss the development of an International Content Partnership.

(Richard on the left, Gavin on the right of this picture)

This blog post is an example of the kind of open access sharing that the Partnership can facilitate. It includes:

1. A copy of a presentation (100917 Cloud Connections).

2. An agenda of an Australasian organisation.

In addition to these, this is Richard’s video introduction to HPSport (iPhone m4v format, 10Mb):

Gavin has provided his AUSPIN presentation about the NSIC’s Clearinghouse Clearinghouse – Scope & Process View:

The Australian Sports Commission (ASC) Draft Strategic Plan 2010 – 2013, identifies that a key area of focus for the ASC going forward will be to establish a ‘clearinghouse’ capability to facilitate the exchange of information and ideas across the sport system and all levels of Australian government.

He has provided too an Operations Framework Plan for AUSPIN AUSPIN Operations Framework – September 2010 (draft)

Richard has extended an invitation to those interested in the content partnership to visit http://www.highperformancesport.co.nz/ and explore the services offered by the HP website.

It was a very special workshop!

Author: Keith Lyons

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

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