This interview with Michele Martin, social media trainer and creator of The Bamboo Project blog is the third in a series of interviews being conducted during the “2009-2010 winter break” for T is for Training.
Download the interview here: Michele Martin T is for Training Interview.
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Her brief bio:
Michele Martin is a learning and workforce development consultant with over 15 years experience. Michele blogs at The Bamboo Project on using social media for learning and has developed and facilitated a number of learning, workforce and community-building activities using social media tools. She was also co-author of an essay, “Why E-Learning 2.0” for the eLearning Guild and has conducted numerous training sessions on using social media for job search and professional development. In 2008, she was nominated for 4 Edublog Awards, including best educational wiki, best individual blog and the lifetime achievement award.
We discussed government and social media, training, recharging personal batteries, upcoming projects and few other topics.
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