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June 09, 2008

Tonight is the launch of the monthly 'Emerging Mondays' radio broadcast. Each month we will be running a topical show combining the best of radio and social activity inside Second Life. The aim is to bring lively commentary and debate on emerging issues to the start of each month. Our first theme is one that should resonate with much of the activity within the Emerge community:

'Social software - finding value? The right tools but the wrong approach?'

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.

http://slurl.com/secondlife/Emerge/69/80/36

You can access the radio show by putting the following address in you web browser

http://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.

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 :)
Graham and Steve 

 

 


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