As part of that workshop, I convened a discussion forum where (among other things) we asked participants and presenters to share their "burning issues".
Taking into account Elizabeth Kane's comments on how brainstorming can easily reduce the quantity and creativity of ideas, we asked everyone to write their issue on a PostIt note. That meant the responses would be (a) less prone to "group think" (b) somewhat anonymous, thereby avoiding "evaluation apprehension" a bit and (c) easy to re-organise and compile.
Here (with a bit of rearranging) is what we wound up with:
I posted this on the ABN Yammer to see if the issues resonated, and indeed they did! Here is what two ABN members had to say:
Comments from Nathan Watson-Haigh
Comments from Terry Bertozzi