Here’s some feedback I have received on my work.
Comments on Twitter on two seminars run in October 2011:
“Bryony’s enthusiasm is infectious”
– delegate feedback from Using Social Media Effectively course 8 July 2010
“I attended the e-conference at Huddersfield yesterday and I just wanted to say a big THANK YOU for being such an inspirational speaker and keeping us motivated! I came back buzzing and excited about getting involved in everything so now I need to step back and decide which first!”
– email from a delegate at HudCETT e-learning conference, May 2010
Introduction to social media and twitter courses (8th July, 17th September, 5th & 7th October 2010).
What did you enjoy or value most about the session?
“Broad perspective of using various online tools”
“encouragement to all participants”
“positive and inclusive way the session was delivered – including the ability to ask related questions of varying complexity”
“Interaction, enthusiasm, range of inputs , accessibility”
“Work examples shown, the videos and good information on the handouts”
“The innovative use of images and videos.”
“The knowledge of the trainer”
“Being inspired to fnd new ways to engage with people I really enjoyed the enthusiasm from the presenter and the examples given to illustrate practically how social media works”
“Very good information, delivered clearly and concisely.”
“Bryony’s enthusiasm is great, it made me want to try everything she talked about.”
“The session made me re-assess the uses I could make of social media networks for both personal and professional use.”
GEM Social Media and Museum Learning, 10 December 2010
What did you find most useful about the day?
“Learning about the range of possibilities for using social networks”
“Great introduction to twitter – reassuring advice from speaker and not pitched over our heads! I feel less daunted & more inspired & hopeful of achieving social media goals now!”
“Talks from social media expert & discussion with other museums”
“Presentation by Bryony”
“Good information on how social media can be used in different ways and how it can all be linked. Also good info and tips on content and interaction/creating dialogue”
Further endorsements of my work can be viewed on my LinkedIn profile: http://uk.linkedin.com/in/bryonytaylor