It’s just me here.
I’m Anne-Marie Scott (Ammie to mes amis), and these days I’m the Deputy Provost of Athabasca University, in Alberta, Canada (but also online everywhere in the world). I’m also the Board Chair of the Apereo Foundation, and an advisor to the OpenETC, both of which are organisations that promote and support the use of open source software in education.
Before that I was the Deputy Director of Learning, Teaching and Web Services at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. I was also a Trustee of the Mansfield Traquair Trust and one of the leadership team for Girl Geek Scotland before I decided to quit Scotland for somewhere colder.
I spend what little free time I have hoarding books, appreciating art, and making things (quite a lot of which are edible or made of wool).
I’m also available in some other places:
I’m a Certified Member of the Association for Learning Technology and if you work in learning technology, you should consider doing this too.
If you want to see my CMALT portfolio, drop me a line and I’ll send you a password (message me on Twitter, or stalk me on the internet and send me an email).