One of the main reasons I keep this blog is as a means of talking with people, especially anyone interested in education, eLearning, health care practice, midwifery and childbirth. I hope that this blog passes on interesting information, but the main aim is to generate conversation and discussion.
Whilst I start off the conversation with my own thoughts and ideas, I am really keen that readers feel comfortable to add their own comments. This may be a short 'I agree' or it may be a longer 'I totally disagree and think you talk a load of rubbish!'. I would invite you to say anything you would like, as long as it is not too rude!
Feedback or comments are really important to me as it gives me a feel for what you think about this blog; the way I write as well as the subjects I write about. Leaving feedback allows me to meet the readers' needs more fully as well as providing me with personal motivation. It is also a way to generate ongoing discussion which hopefully will spark off further reflection and questions, and may even encourage future collaboration. So have a go and leave me a comment about a posting.
All you have to do is look up at the top of a post and click onto the small 'comment' label.
A new window will open where you can read other comments as well as leave your own comment.
Write what you want to say in the box.
If you want to stay anonymous, just click where it says 'anonymous' or you can use your own name or nickname.
You do not have to have a 'blogger' account to be able to comment on this blog.
Once you are happy with what you have written, click onto 'publish'.
If you would rather email me compared to comment directly on the blog, click onto the envelope symbol at the end of a post. I respond to all comments and emails.
If you want to be really clever and keep a track of the comments/conversations, you can use a program called cocomment.
A special 'thank you' to Michele Martin who advised me to write this post as a way of encouraging people to interact with this blog.
Image: 'elephant talk'