Goodbye Ultralab (1990-2006), and thank you.
Obviously, I’ve not blogged for ages. Ultralab (1990-2006) has been very busy these past few months, dealing with lots of projects (see below) and also in a state of uncertainty, as you’ll no doubt have read over at Merlin John Online here and here. Also, update Tuesday 12 December: Read this from the Guardian.
I leave Ultralab (1990-2006) on December 31st after just over six enjoyable years with the lab. I would like to thank all Ultranauts, Extranauts and friends for all the support, happy moments and memories I’ll never forget.
Ultralab (1990-2006) really is a remarkable place to be, I’m proud to have been a part of such a special team who really have changed the way we all learn for the better. My work in this field is not over, I still have a lot more work to do in the area of digital creativity and I’ll be continuing this work, I’m sure.
Surf back here on December the 22nd where I’ll have a full reflection of my time with the Ultralab (1990-2006) team.
Until that moment, have a read of what I’ve been up to most recently:
Building Schools for the Future, Digital Creativity, Digital Teacher Network and the
Exciting Minds Conference 2006, Manchester G-Mex with Creative Partnerships
Bromley Learning Alliance Summer School Celebration Evening 2006
BBC Wales 2W Christmas Idents by Six Year Olds from Caerleon Infant School
BBC Northern Ireland Mental Health Campaign Pilot… in animation!