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Sounds of the Bazaar from Online EDUCA Berlin 2013 – 6th Dec

December 6th, 2013 by Dirk Stieglitz

Here you find the podcast of our second live show of Online EDUCA Berlin 2013. The list of people we had on the show and were interviewed by Jenny Hughes (JH) and Andreas Auwärter (AA) is quite long:

  • Ali H. Abureesh, Umm Al-Qura University about Technology and Culture (by JH)
  • Prof. Gilly Salmon, University/Business partnerships about Technology and Culture (by AA)
  • Michael Moore, Senior Advisory Consultant Desire2Learn about Data mining  (by JH)
  • Heike Philp, CEO of let’s talk online sprl about 3D language learning (by AA)
  • Jeremy Rudy, Pearsons about Pearsons (by JH)
  • Marcus Riecke, iversity about Moocs (by AA)
  • Deborah Arnold, Vice Deputy Director, La Passerelle at Université de Bourgogne about Learning Journeys (by JH)
  • Anja Lorenz about Open Res. Toolkit in Germany (by AA)
  • Riina Vuorikari, European Commission about future trends (by JH)
  • Carlos Delgardo Kloos, Departamento de Ingeniería Telemática about Global/Local moocs and companies (by AA)
  • Phillip Gienandt, Lingua about using video for languages (by JH)
  • Reception (by JH)

As always we played music from Jamendo.com. In the loop you heard Myriam Swanson and during the show we played tracks from Goo Goo Cluster.

 

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