That gets me to another area of thought/worry which relates to post-MindLab course (I am alluding to our July intake 2016 only). Would we be able to access, at least some of the ‘Peer Reviewed Journals’ if we need to bring them up in our ‘informed’ conversations in meetings and Professional Learning Group dialogues in future as we will be losing access to the Unitec library? The MindLab highlighted one of the flaws with my pre-Mindlab PLG/COP endeavours in the past that I used to initiate extempore discussions and argument which now I believe, were not well informed and evidence based. Now I have learned that to make a point credible and evidence based, it should originate from ‘experimental evidence’ having strict link to controlled and experimental group investigation. I am afraid, (and I hope I am wrong!), our significant number of community members get into learning and teaching conversations with least emphasis on experimentation and data analysis. We ‘love’ ‘deficit theorising’ and ‘ventilating furious frustrations’! Do these 'twaddle' really help understand our ‘deep pedagogical quest’?