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Sounds of the Bazaar Emerging Mondays – the podcast

June 10th, 2008 by Graham Attwell

Great fun on Emerging Mondays radio show last night. Ignoring risk assessments we broadcast live from across Europe, with Mark Kramer talking live over a public wifi link to skype on a mobile phone from the football fanzone in Salzburg. Many thanks too to Steve Wheeler and George Roberts for their contributions. And of course to our listeners – without you there would not be much of a show.

Icecast server statistics are a little difficult to read. At a minimum we had 69 listeners – although there may have been more. Countries included UK, Germany, Austria, Netherlands, Belgium, Romania and the USA.

For those of you who missed the show – or if you enjoyed it so much you want to listen again 🙂 – here is the podcast version. We will also announce the next show very soon.

SleaveNotes

In this issue I talk about Dave Cormier’s paper on Rhizomatic learning and the community as curriculum.

Steve Wheeler reflects on the contradictions facing education institutions using social software.

Hank HorKoff from ChinesePod talks about using new technology for language learning.

Mark Kramer talks live from the football fanzone in Salzburg about how we ware using mobile devices.

Neil Oughton from Beaumont College in the UK explains how he is planning to use WordPress in his college.

And poet George Roberts reads another of his poems.

The music is by Ally Valentine from the DD10 8TW album. It is available for free download from the Creative Commons supported Jamendo web site.

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3 Responses to “Sounds of the Bazaar Emerging Mondays – the podcast”

  1. dave cormier says:

    Agreed re: critical theory. Wasn’t terribly sure that it was the right venue for a critical theory discussion… 2500 word maximum for that journal 🙂 I was hoping that the D&G references would include their obvious inheritence from that particular field of thought. Would love to discuss further!

  2. just finished listening to emerging sounds while answring y emails. Great Job. Quite inspiring and relaxing. Loved it.

    Congrats!

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