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Emerging Mondays – Sounds of the Bazaar LIVE

June 8th, 2008 by Graham Attwell

Don’t forget tomorrows (Monday) LIVE internet radio edition of Sounds of the Bazaar. The programme will go out at 2000 Central European summer time (1900 UK summer time). To listen to the programme just click on this link. This should open in your default MP3 player (e.g. i Tunes).

The programme is the first in a series called Emerging Mondays. The theme for the programme will is “Social software – finding value? The right tools but the wrong approach?

The show features Steve Wheeler from Plymouth College talking about social software, Jay Cross from Internet Times on informal learning, Hank Horkoff from China Pod in Shanghai on personal Learning Environments and language teaching and learning and of course our culture spot with the Last Poet in Oxford.. We will be holding a regular ‘phone in’ slot over skype and would love to welcome you live on the show. Make sure I have your skype address – mine is GrahamAttwell and we will be happy to chat to you on Monday evening.

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