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Sounds of the Bazaar/Radio ds106 LIVE at #OEB11 Day 3

December 2nd, 2011 by Dirk Stieglitz

And here the podcast version of our todays morning show. More details as soon as possible.

Sounds of the Bazaar/Radio ds106 LIVE at #OEB11 Question Time

December 1st, 2011 by Dirk Stieglitz

On the second day of Online Educa Berlin we had an one hour programme called “Question Time” in which a panel of four experts answered questions from the audience. Details will follow.

Sounds of the Bazaar/Radio ds106 LIVE at #OEB11

November 30th, 2011 by Dirk Stieglitz

Here is the podcast version of our first programme from this year’s Online Educa Berlin. More details will follow.

Sounds of the Bazaar LIVE internet radio from ECER 2011 in Berlin (3)

September 17th, 2011 by Dirk Stieglitz

Here is the third and final LIVE internet radio programme from the European Conference on Educational Research 2011 at the Freie Universität in Berlin.

The show features the following interviews and guests:

  • Geoff Bright from the Metropolitan University Manchester is organising a   joint seminar of between ECER Networks 7 and 19 on geography, space and education.
  • Jo Turner Attwell talks with a student volunteer at the conference
  • Norm Friesen (Canada Research Chair in E-Learning Practices at Thompson Rivers University, British Columbia, Canada) talks about research and practice in technology Enhanced Learning
  • Rachel Beddow is from the EERA Office in Berlin and talks about her work especially in supporting the Emerging Researchers network
  • Graham Attwell talks to the organisers of ECER2012 from Cadiz

The music comes from the Juanitos and their album “Best of Juanitos” and you can find it on the Jamendo website.

Interviewers: Jo Turner Attwell, Judith Seipold, Graham Attwell; Director: Klaus Rummler; Producer: Dirk Stieglitz.

Sounds of the Bazaar LIVE internet radio from ECER 2011 in Berlin (2)

September 15th, 2011 by Dirk Stieglitz

This is the second of our jam-packed LIVE internet radio programmes from the European Conference on Educational Research 2011 in Berlin. The broadcast features the following interviews and guests:

  • Tjeerd Plomp from the Univerity of Twente was present at the first ever ECER conference. He talks about how the conference has evolved and grown over the years.
  • Kathleen Armour from the University of Birmingham in the UK is Convener of a new network on Sports Pedagogy and talks about her hopes and ideas for the network
  • Theo Hug, from the University of Innsbruck talks about research and practice in Media Studies
  • Jo Turner Attwell talks to publishers Wiley Blackwell about their publications and why they come to ECER
  • Yngve Nordkvelle from Lillehammer University in Norway talks about technology research in education
  • Lorraine from Australia talks about her research in the use of pedagogical use of ICT in educationL what does being an expert mean?
  • Prof. Johanna Lasonen (University of South Florida, Tampa and University of Jyväskylä) Dr. Marianne Teräs (University of Helsinki) and Dr. Carine Cools (University of Jyväskylä) talk about migrant womens’ access to education and work
  • Benedicte Gendron, from the University of Montpelier talks about Emotional Capital
  • Montree Yamkasikorn from Burapha University Thailand talks about Thai Teacher TV

Music from Dickey F and his album “CROKODILE TEARS”.

Interviewers: Jo turner Attwell, Judith Seipold and Graham Attwell; Director: Klaus Rummler; Producer: Dirk Stieglitz.

Sounds of the Bazaar LIVE internet radio from ECER 2011 in Berlin (1)

September 14th, 2011 by Dirk Stieglitz

This is the recording of the first of our three live internet radio programmes broadcast from the European Conference on Educational Research 2011 in Berlin, Germany.

The programme features:

  • Harm Kuper from the Free University, Berlin and a member of the local organising committee for ECER 2011 talking about the issues on organising the ECER conference
  • Marit Hoveid from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and the European Educational Research Association Secretary General Elect talks about key challenges for research in Europe and the role of a Secretary General Elect!
  • Daniel Fischer, from Leuphana Univeristy, Luneberg, Germany, is the best paper winner 2010,  (Emerging Researchers Conference Award) and talks about the theme of his paper, consumer education
  • Leif Moos from the University of Tilburg in Denmark and President of the European Educational Research Association (EERA) talks about the future development of EERA
  • Venka Simovska, also from the University of Tilburg and Convener of a new network on the theme of Research on Health Education talks about her network’s ideas and activities

The music is by Freeky Cleen & Dickey F and the album “Double Feature”.

Interviewers: Jo Seipold, Eileen Luebcke and Graham Attwell; Director: Klaus Rummler; Producer: Dirk Stieglitz.

Digital Transformations with Internet Radio

July 22nd, 2011 by Graham Attwell

Sorry for the lack of posts here lately. I have been travelling, firstly in Wales, then London, on to the PLE conference In Southampton, from there back to London, Bremen and then on to Porto where I am now. This has left me with a serious backlog of posts which I will try to get on topof next week.

I am in Porto for the Gary Chapman International School on Digital Transformations. The school, according to the web site, is for advanced students and emerging professionals, social entrepreneurs, and activists from around the world with an interest in digital technology and the enrichment of civil society. It aims to explore the potential for digital media to empower citizens, strengthen communities, and contribute to a more vibrant civil society.

I am still not quite sure what is really being meant by digital transformations. Indeed, I am not vven sure that we are not overly focusing on technologies, whilst lacking a shared vision of how we want society to develop. But I have greatly enjoyed the opportunity to talk with so many talented epople from different disciplines, interests and cultures.

Togther with Cristina Costa, I was invited to join the ‘faculty’ for the school. And they told us that they welcomed novel and active approaches to the one and a half hours allocated for each faculty memmber to present their work. So Cristina and I pooled  our time and instead of a formal presentation ran a workshop on using internet radio. Particpants had two and a half hours working in groups to plan their slots, followed by a half hour live internet radio broadcast. It turned out to be great fun. We were not really sure how such a workshop would work with a large group of people with so much expertise in different fields. But what was very encouraging was the intense discussions the workshop tasks provoked around the meanings of the different apsects of digital transformations and how much the participants enjoyed the event (at least they told us they did!).

Many thanks to eveyone who took part. Special thanks to audio engineer Rui Silva who agreed at very short notice to support us and ended up running a workshop himself om the techncial side of internet radio. Rui also did the post processing for the podcast version posted here.

Second day of Sounds of the Bazaar LIVE Radio at #PLE_SOU

July 15th, 2011 by Dirk Stieglitz

Here is the podacst of our second programme from the PLE-Conference in Southampton.

You can find the music we played here on Jamendo. It is the album “Dresses & dreams” by the artist On returning from Tranås, Sweden.

Sounds of the Bazaar at #PLE_SOU day 1

July 15th, 2011 by Dirk Stieglitz

Like in the last year at the 1. PLE-Conference in Barcelona we broadcasted again from this years’ PLE-Conference in Southampton, UK. We made two 30 minutes programmes and tried to catch the vivid spirit and most important content of this great conference. Here now the show of day 1 as podcast.

Mit dem Sounds of the Bazaar auf der Moodlemoot 2011 in Elmshorn

April 15th, 2011 by Dirk Stieglitz

Here is now the radio of the second day of the Moodlemoot 2011 in Elmshorn in Germany near Hamburg. This time it only consists of German language content.

Die Interviews geben wieder einen EInblick in die zahlreichen auf der Moodlemoot behandelten Themen.

Die eingespielte Musik stammt wieder von Avi Rosenfeld. Diesmal von seinem Album “Kompozitsia V“.

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