Bi-weekly; Week 2: Tuesday; 12:15 pm – 2:15 pm
Participants will discuss articles taken from a wide range of journals, newspapers, and other sources. Topics should be substantive enough to be worthy of discussion. The group will consider the case made by the author in the light of experience, alternative points of view, and other material that may be offered by the presenter. Participants are expected to read articles chosen for review, take turns introducing an article and starting the discussion, and are encouraged to suggest suitable articles from their own reading.
Caroline Gray (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a retired Learning Technology executive. She has been a member of the Academy for four years and previously facilitated a course on “The Self in a Digital Age”. She keeps herself busy helping community organizations move into a digital learning environment, tennis, and family matters. She admits to an addiction to online boggle.
John Weatherburn (email@example.com) retired in IT in 2013, following a career in IT. His most recent role was in Professional Services, managing staff and clients around the world using the company’s financial software. Outside of work, his main passion is photography, particularly with the Toronto Digital Photography Club, acting as past president and involved on several committees. This is also an excuse to get outdoors and explore the world. He joined the Academy in 2013 and has been involved in several committees plus now President for 2022/2023. Family research is another current hobby, plus of course helping babysitting the grandkids.