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MAKING A DIFFERENCE: M&GSQ State Conference 2011 – discussion welcome

Posted on: 16 August 2011

Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2011 M&GSQ State Conference, and made it such a success. Papers will be posted to the M&GSQ website along with downloadable audio and video files of the presentations in the next few weeks.

Did you attend a session at the Conference that you found inspiring, intriguing or simply engaging?

What did you learn at the Conference that you want to share with others or have already shared with colleagues who did not attend?

Please share any thoughts with others in the comments field below.


1 Response to "MAKING A DIFFERENCE: M&GSQ State Conference 2011 – discussion welcome"

I know it seems like ages ago now, but in reflection I have a bit of following up to do. The conference was great, and if I could find out how to download some of the ‘portraits’ onto this blog I would share with you some of the speakers from my perspective.
I have already passed on the information about mervyn to the youth dev officer and Dion, Sue and myself will be getting together soon to discuss the lighting revelations.
And Jean Paul we have now claimed our Four Square site apparently.
Thankyou everyone, and especially the MAGSQ staff who did a marvellous job in organising the conference.

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