We produced a lot of content from the day, both from in the room at Friend’s House, and virtually via Microsoft Teams, Twitter and other platforms. So, what we’ve aimed to do is collate it all for you here in one place to peruse at your leisure.
At any event Twitter is a major forum for the sharing of ideas, so it’s with pleasure that we’re able to share with you some of the ones that we liked, which we’ve collated for you into a Wakelet collection – you can access it below.
Don’t forget though that you can through everything that was posted by searching for #HLG75 using Twitter’s search box.
For those of you unable to make the day, either in person or online, we made sure to record each session, and have posted them onto our YouTube channel. We’ve made sure to include links to the videos on the individual pages for each session, but you can also watch all of them here without the need to switch from one page to another.
As part of the day, we had the services of Annalees Lim (@makeandcreate) as our resident Live Scribe – while the day was going on, you may have noticed Annalees working in the corner, capturing with pen and paper everything that was going on. Live scribing is a unique tool that allows attendees to interact with the day in a different and engaging way. We’ve included Annalees’s work here for you to take a look at, and you can learn more about Live Scribing on her website.
In addition we’ve also got a large gallery of photos taken on the day by our photographer at Friends’ House. You can see a selection of them here.