This morning we had a special guest, Sir Ray Avery, from Auckland’s very own Mount Eden visit us to speak about his Lifepod invention. He is a ‘pharmaceutical scientist, inventor, and social entrepreneur’ and was visiting our campus to sign an agreement form which would allow for people to collaborate with him on this invention. We had the option of choosing to work alongside this project if we wish to.
Once again we broke up into our groups to continue devising what we need to do and what we’ve got so far for out e-commerse project. All the groups are now on a collective Basecamp which is really good, as we’re now seeing contributions from each team. This in turn allows for our teams to intersect with one another and therefore progress further into our site building phase. I wrote up a document which outlines my roles within the Content team. It explains what I need to know before I can generate work and proceed with certain tasks, as well as what I can do right now in order to set myself up for future supplied content to come my way.
My document here: status-report-sophie-w