Dueling bios on a recent conference submission.
What is there to say about Robin2go? She is loud. She is a chewy center of enthusiasm,wrapped in a shiny candy coating of laughter. She has an uncanny ability to build community around her just by walking into a room. She’s notorious in the higher ed community, as inescapable as her brilliantly red hair, favors authenticity over political correctness, and can tie any lesson to a Firefly quote. Her career highlights include having a job that pays her to play with technology and people, and that, for some unknown reason, people invite her to speak at conferences on the user experience, community engagement, social networking, and knitting.
Also, she can kill you with her brain.
My co-presenter’s bio:
What is there to say about Erin? She’s nowhere near as loud as Robin. Her humor is dry, and usually focused on tripping Robin up before she knows what hit her. A learning designer with the John A. Dutton Institute at Penn State, her main focus is on online course design and development for the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences. Her passion is working to understand preferred learning methods and technology use in education in order to enhance learning outcomes. Unlike Robin, Erin is a natural strawberry-blonde and will woo you with her Irish charm.
If we actually get accepted, I’m never going to hear the end of it.
@Robin2go I like your attitude. It’s highly combustible and seems wedded to an almost ethereal shamelessness. These are good qualities.
Oh. My. God. I’ll definitely be in my bunk.
“…we can no longer service you for free.”
I hate it when that happens.
The Möbius structure of relationships, one of David Byrne’s hand-drawn pencil diagrams of the human condition