So what does digital identity mean to you? Do you care? As more of our lives, from personal to professional activities, find their way online how do we cope with managing our fractured and distributed digital presence. Can we ever keep 'personal' separate from 'professional' when tools and services mash-up our online identities in ways that are beyond our control? What does this mean for the development of new literacies and new services that seek to put our identities back within our grasp.
With interviews, music, strong opinion, poetry, our very own edupunk granny Leila and more. LIVE. Guests include:
We will be broadcasting *LIVE* from 1800 - 1900 UK time, 1900 - 2000 Central European Time. To access the programme just click on this link or go tohttp://radio.jiscemerge.org.uk:80/emerge.m3u
this should open in your favourite MP3 player. And please tell your friends.
If you miss the broadcast you can down load it and listen to it anytime after Monday.See you there :)
Are you into edupunk. Or is this just a ludicrous social construction by white males the wrong side of 40. The next Emerging Monday Sounds of the Bazaar LIVE radio programme on Monday 7 July will explore the edupunk phenomenon.
With interviews, music, strong opinion, poetry, our very own edupunk granny Leila and more. LIVE. Guests include:Kathryn Greenhill - http://librariansmatter.com/blog/
We will be kicking off at 19:00 UK Summer Time with an hour of fun packed radio on the topic of 'good' and 'bad' approaches to the use of social software. Join in and share your experiences.
You can access the radio show by putting the following address in you web browserhttp://icecast.commedia.org.uk:8000/emerge.mp3.m3u
The stream should open in your default MP3 player e.g. iTunes. We will also be streaming the live broadcast into Second Life where Graham will be taking questions during the show and we will be debating, discussing the issues that come up. You can find us on the Emerge Island at the following location and please come along if you want to meet other listeners and raise your own point of view on this months topic.SLURL : secondlife://Emerge/69/80/36
This months show features Steve Wheeler from Plymouth College talking about social software, Neil Oughton on using Wordpress to support students, 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. If you are with us in Second Life then I will also be taking questions from the floor.See you there :)