[Inlt] INLT: the new way forward
eric.pawson at canterbury.ac.nz
Sat Jul 21 18:14:47 NZST 2012
Dear INLT colleagues
There have been a number of volunteers to take on coordination of the INLT into the next stage of its life.
The present three co-coordinators are being replaced by 'network coordinators'. This change will be made on the webpage next week. The new network coordinators are:
Julie Bartlett-Trafford: j.trafford at auckland.ac.nz, Centre for Academic Development, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Niamh Moore-Cherry: niamh.moore at ucd.ie, School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Policy, University College Dubin, Ireland
Clovis C. Perry, Jr.: clovis.perry at kctcs.edu?, Bluegrass Community and Technical College?, Danville, KY, USA
Helen Walkington, hwalkington at brookes.ac.uk, HIgher Education Academy, UK
Niamh, Clovis and Helen have also offered help organise f2f events in the future; so too has Munazza Fatima: munazza.fatima at iub.edu.pk, The Islamia University Bahawalpur
Ruth Healey, University of Chester, UK, has volunteered to explore what sort of social networking options the INLT would like from now on; James Boxall, GISciences Centre, Dalhousie University, Canada, is ready to take over hosting the list serv, and there have been other offers for the website too. These have been at the University of Canterbury, where they have been managed by Paul Bealing since 2006, and it's time to move them on.
Of the three of us who have been the INLT co-coordinators, Helen Walkington is now a network coordinator. Michael Solem will continue to be available during the transition period. And I have retired with this email.
I'm sure that the network is now in excellent hands, and we can all look forward to a new era of connectivity and activity for the INLT.
Prof Eric Pawson
Department of Geography
University of Canterbury
Private Bag 4800
Christchurch, New Zealand
ph: 64 3 364 2930; fax: 64 3 364 2907
Member, Ako Aotearoa Academy of Tertiary Teaching Excellence. www.akoaotearoa/ac/nz/academy
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