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Radio from “Trainers in Europe” Conference in Kostelec

October 27th, 2010 by Dirk Stieglitz

“Crossing Boundaries: The multiple roles of trainers and teachers in vocational education and training” Trainers in Europe Network Conference

This conference took place from the 14th – 15th of October in Kostelec near Prague. On the first day we had a Sounds of the Bazaar LIVE radio programme from the conference venue in the “Big Knight Hall” in the Castle of Kostelec. Now you can listen here to the podcast of the live programme.

More information about the conference you find here: www.trainersineurope.org.

The music at the begining and the end is from the song “pixel song1” by The Dada Weatherman of his album “The Green Waltz” to be found on the great music site Jamendo.com.

One Response to “Radio from “Trainers in Europe” Conference in Kostelec”

  1. Graham Attwell says:

    Seems a bit strange to be replying here on my own blog – Dirk actually posted the podcast above.

    Only yesterday I was writing about different ways of using internet radio and described how we used it in Blankenberge as part of a workshop.

    This is different again in that we used it both to give focus to what was planned as a plenary panel session – which can be a little bland – as to open up or ‘amplify’ the conference to the world.

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