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Leigh Blackall
Works at La Trobe University
Attended University of Newcastle, Australia
Lives in Mount Dandenong Australia
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Wow! MS finally came round! Good find Rick, this will be very popular. Will you share it with Teachers of Health Professionals? Can I take a copy and put it in Wikimedia Commons for use in the Using Video conference? 
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Hey folks. If you use Twitter, try using the #healthprofessionals  tag for posts related. We'll try to use it here too. http://twitter.com/search?q=%23healthprofessionals&src=hash&f=realtime 
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Thanks Leigh and Alexander for a great introduction to the technology. We are ready to link up via google hangout from the Alfred Hospital, Melbourne at the La Trobe Clinical School. This is amazing technology with endless opportunities. I agree its really going to test the boundaries of privacy. 
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Education research and development, permaculture design, artistic painting, outdoor recreation
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teaching people how to use the Internet, media production and Internet publishing, curriculum design,
Employment
  • La Trobe University
    Educational Designer, 2012 - present
  • Centre for School Leadership, Learning and Development
    eLearning Director, 2012 - 2012
  • University of Canberra
    Education research and development, permaculture design, artistic painting, outdoor recreation, 2009 - 2011
  • Otago Polytechnic
    Educational Development Officer, 2006 - 2009
  • TAFE NSW
    Educational Development Contractor, 2002 - 2005
  • Australian Commerce and Industry Office, Taipei
    Public Relations Officer, 1999 - 2001
  • Artist, 1997 - 2001
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Mount Dandenong Australia
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Melbourne Australia - Darwin Australia - Taipei Taiwan - Canberra Australia - Dunedin New Zealand - Katoomba Australia - Newcastle Australia - Nowra Australia - Green Point NSW Australia - Wamberal NSW Australia - Avoca NSW Australia
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I live up on Mount Dandenong, 50kms East of Melbourne with my beautiful wife Sunshine, our daughters Eve and Maya, and a dog named Lego. We're fixing up an old cabin here, and planting out food. I'm working for La Trobe University as an Educational Designer in the Faculty of Health Sciences, researching and developing practices in open and networked learning and education.
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  • University of Newcastle, Australia
    Diploma of Education, 2001 - 2002
  • University of Newcastle
    BA Visual Arts, 1995 - 1998
  • TAFE NSW
    Associate Diploma Fine Arts, 1993 - 1995
  • TAFE NSW
    Certificate 4 Workplace Training and Assessment, 2003 - 2004
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Robbers. Took a car for a Road Worthy Certificate, and they milked it to $800! They said new tires, there was at least 5000km left in them. They said new windscreen, the chip was less than 15mm. They said new brake pads, they were fine 2000kms ago. We didn't go ahead, but they charged us $160 for their trouble. If it's an RWC you need, go elsewhere. Vicroads take note!
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
GE Finance is an absolute joke: 1. Wanted to pay out our debt using another debit card. 2. 10 minute wait on international call charges, only to be told they don't take debit card payments. Advised to walk in to bank or send cheque! 3. Called back, on phone for 20 minutes trying to get the walk in bank details to do a NetBank transfer. 4. Brian in Auckland GE Money insisted that those bank details did not need a SWIFT code (all international transfers usually need a SWIFT code), Brian said, "I deal with international transfers everyday and has never needed to provide an international code", and that "the account number was enough" 5. Called our bank who said they could not transfer money to the NZ bank without the SWIFT code 6. Called GE Money back and got Brian again. Brian put me on 20 minute hold and returned with a SWIF code, but not the receiving international transfer fee! He said i will need to call their NZ bank for this! No apology or offer to call me back! 7. Brian said to call GE in 10 days to make sure the funds have cleared and then close the account. 8. I then called Westpac New Zealand to ask for the amount of the receiving international transfer, and i also confirmed with her the Swift code (as at this stage i didn't trust Brains advice), and also confirm the bank account. The lady from Westpac couldn't confirm that the account was GE Finance and Insurance's account but could confirm it is a current Westpac account. So i will have to wait and see to whether it will go through the right account. 9. A total joke for customer service, will never take finance from GE trouble again.. remains to be seen if we can get out of this tangle with them.
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Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
Tuan is great to deal with. He has been right there for us, helping develop our site - that probably makes us more difficult clients too. Thanks Tuan and Captovate. Good to see Darwin with service and professionalism rivaling any Australian capital city business.
Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
Charming and surprising. Also the best haircut I've ever had. Carmen and Kirsty were friendly and relaxed, yet careful and precise. I went in there with a crazy mop on my head and walked out a new man. Thanks.
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Sales AND service are crooks. I bought an Astra on the agreement that it would have a tow bar installed. I got a non holden bar, with wiring that didn't work. They resisted replacing, in the end both Sales and Service denied doing the job, and I have to go elsewhere to get the wiring right! Such a simple job, WTF wouldn't they just do it!? Service are so busy, they have no idea what's going on and who is doing it. Reception phone system is useless.
Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
The view is incredible. Get there for sunset and stay for night lights. The dinner on the other hand was atrocious. Service staff seemed demoralised. Food was a shocker. We had 'pork medallions' x 2, risotto x 1, and kids chicken meal. All of them very highly priced, but barely better than a frozen meal reheated. Next time we'll bring our own and sit on the lawn for the view. Bbq plates are there, we could easily cook a better meal on those. Sorry for the bad review, I hope they get it right some day, we want a restaurant to be proud of up here.
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Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
Perfect location to stop for lunch or dinner on the way to or from the Mountains. Cozy local pub, serving quality counter meals with generous size. Staff friendly and welcoming to us and our kids.
Quality: Very goodFacilities: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago