Wishing a very happy Christmas…

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…to all our clients, associates, suppliers and collaborators; to Informed Scotland subscribers; to contacts old and new; to regular visitors to our website and Calendar; and to our followers on @ajentscotland, @InformedScot and LinkedIn.

Over the last 12 months we’ve had the pleasure of working with and for some great people and organisations – advising, connecting, researching, analysing, evaluating, organising, reporting, writing, copy-editing and proofreading!

We’ve worked on a range of interesting projects for clients close to home in Scotland, further afield in England, and as far away as Ghana and the Caribbean. It’s been a pleasure once again to support long-standing clients such as Education Scotland and Macmillan Education, and new clients including College Development NetworkApex Training & Development, Field Studies Council and EdComs.

It’s been another busy year keeping Informed Scotland subscribers up to date with learning & skills. We produced three Special issues – on Innovation for the Emporium of Dangerous Ideas 2015, on Technologies at Work to support the launch of the Technologies 3–18 curriculum impact report, and our annual Organisations & People directory. We also published four thought-provoking subscriber guest blogs by SCQF Partnership, West Partnership teacher education initiative, EDT Scotland and Clyde Gateway.

We couldn’t have achieved this and more without collaborating with some expert associates. Particular thanks to Janey at Mamook Graphics for Informed Scotland designs, and Lisa at Media Bloom for helping to keep the Learning & Skills Events Calendar updated and for some impromptu and creative picture research! And not forgetting Elaine at emh connect for being a reliable critical friend and information partner in crime!

On a personal level, Angela once again had the opportunity to spend time coworking alongside start-up businesses in Edinburgh TechCube thanks to Allan of Product Forge. Their latest ‘hackathon with a twist’ was on digital participation – if you don’t blink you can catch Angela offering advice to the winning team as one of the mentors.

Our annual look-back at the Hottest Topics in Scottish Learning & Skills will be shared here in January (see what made the Top Ten in 2014).

Email [email protected] for more information about any of the above, to enquire about Informed Scotland, or to discuss how we could support your work in 2016.

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