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Summer Radio Goodness with Bildung im Dialog

June 23rd, 2012 by Graham Attwell

I had a lot of fun in Koblenz last week. We have been experimenting for some time with different ways of using internet radio. And my old friend,  Andreas Auwärter, invited me to co-host a live radio internet radio programme as the conclusion to the tenth Koblenz e-Learning days conference on Wednesday 12 June. The programme focused on the current “Big Challenges,” in the field of media-supported learning.  What is our “… giant leap for mankind” for e-learning in the college in 2015 or 2020? It was supposed to build on an hour of group work to prepare the contents for the programme. To be honest I was unsure if an hour would be long enough. In the event the conference overran and there was only 15 minutes. But, to my pleasant surprise, the participants had worked their socks off in the 15 minutes available and came up with some wonderful and rich ideas which they explained in the programme.

You can listen to the programme here. A couple of interviews are in German, the majority in English.

Thaks to Andreas and to everyone who took part.

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3 Responses to “Summer Radio Goodness with Bildung im Dialog”

  1. Hi Graham,

    thanx for your awesome and impressive contribution and team-hoastage of this programme. Hope well find a way to do to this again. Anyhow it seems meaningful to deepen/refresh the topic “Big Challenges” too.

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