Christine is presenting three different courses on the NZPI CPD calendar this year, including two new ones (Data Literacy, Strategies for Information Management) along with Emerging Technologies in Resource Management.
How to quickly increase the visual appeal of your Powerpoint slides - without having to learn new skills yourself!
Thumb typing on your phone can feel pretty slow and clumsy compared to typing on your PC's keyboard - what are the other options when working on your phone?
How to move from paper and pen based notetaking to digital notebook tools such as Onenote.
Last week I attended an NZPI Auckland branch event IN REAL LIFE which was a welcome novelty after all the virtual events 2020 has involved. Now that in person events are back on, it seems like a good time to pick up the blogging again. COVID disruption has impacted on many aspects of our lives … Continue reading Blog is back, with a ‘how to’ series
All events at this year's TechWeek will be online, which is great news. We can all have access to the full range of events from all around New Zealand. So if you haven't attended a TechWeek event in previous years, it is a great year to do so. It is all happening next week 27-31 … Continue reading All TechWeek 2020 events can be attended virtually
Have you noticed Microsoft has made a change to how you search in Outlook? This won't have happened across all users of Outlook yet, but for those with a standard Microsoft 365 for Business it is likely to be live now. There are many benefits of the modern 'software as a service' (SaaS) subscription model, … Continue reading Outlook has replaced how you search your emails…two useful shortcuts
I attended a great session on 3D printing yesterday as part of the University of Auckland's annual Raising the Bar series of talks. The event was called 3D Printing the Future by Olaf Diegel, a Professor of Mechanical Engineering. I understand the session will be made available as a webinar in a week or so. UPDATE: … Continue reading Want to know more about 3D printing and its impact on the future?
In the past few weeks I have read some great articles or blog posts on COVID19 and planning. I just haven't had a chance to blog much while in lockdown. Today, after 10 long weeks my kids are back at school and I finally have some time to focus. So here is a list of … Continue reading Useful articles on COVID19 and planning
The New Zealand Planning Institute recently established a Special Interest Group called PlanTechNZ. I've been a member of the steering group progressing this initiative and we were very pleased to have been able to continue to launch the group despite the disruption of COVID19 lockdown and the postponement of the conference until next year. What … Continue reading NZPI’s PlanTechNZ group launch event