The one constant thread running through my work over the last 10 years is 'at your service'!
Because a large part of my job involves the education and training of academic staff (mostly technology but I sneak in pedagogy where I can), a lot of my time is spent supporting and troubleshooting as and when required. Other aspects of my work get squeezed somewhat by this; I get to mostly do the urgent and not the important.
One aspect that I don't give enough time to is reading around and finding people who I think it important (or enjoyable) to revisit regularly. Earlier this week I came across a brilliant article by someone that I already had on my 'People' list - I just haven't re-visited for months!
I thought I would share the list as it is now.
There is not a conscious selection process going on with this list, I just liked what they were saying.
Please do post a comment and let me know who you follow.
John Seely Brown - http://www.johnseelybrown.com/
Stephen Downes - http://www.downes.ca/
Jane Hart - http://c4lpt.co.uk/
Jane Hart is an independent consultant, speaker and writer. She is an internationally known specialist in the use of social media for learning and working.
Stephen Heppell - http://www.heppell.net/
...sometimes people need a short "who is he?" for bid documents, flyers, etc. or some media quotes for conference intros. I struggle with this kind of thing, to be honest, but here's my version - feel free to chop it about any which way you like: Professor Stephen Heppell ......
Will Richardson - http://weblogg-ed.com
Ken Robinson - http://sirkenrobinson.com
George Siemens - http://www.elearnspace.org/
Joyce Seitzinger - http://www.cats-pyjamas.net
Martin Weller - http://nogoodreason.typepad.co.uk/
NB: The sites above are just one point of access for each person. Mostly, there are other sites, user names etc where they display their work. The text below the image comes from the person's 'about' page.