Gosh, three weeks have now passed since I delivered my presentation on "Twitter for professional development and career progression" at the ALIA Top End Symposium. I didn't mean to wait so long before posting about it, but life has been so busy!

My presentation time was 10 minutes, so I didn't have time to discuss all (or even most) of the findings from my survey. So I selected some of the key results and findings that I hoped would resonate with my audience, along with a few of the fabulous comments that the respondents contributed.

I've uploaded the presentation to SlideShare. You can either view it from this blog post, or click HERE to see it on the SlideShare site. My speaker notes are included at SlideShare.

My presentation received great feedback from the symposium attendees. I had some really good questions from the audience, and lots of people chatted to me during the breaks. There were also quite a few Territory librarians who were inspired to reinvigorate their languishing Twitter accounts and give it another try - and it was great to meet them during the symposium :)

To top it all off, at the end of the symposium I was selected for the best presentation award! It was a real surprise and honour, and I'm very grateful to the Northern Territory Library, who sponsored the award.

P.S. In my last post, I mentioned that I had heaps of blog posts on the way. And I do. In fact, many of them are already written (well, scribbled on pieces of paper at least). The problem has been finding the time, and sometimes the energy, to complete and publish them. My next post should go some way towards explaining my recent busy-ness and lack of bloggy-ness ...