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Internet radio in education

by Darko Dugosija last modified May 20, 2010 04:41 PM

Organizer Name


Graham Attwell, Maria Perifanou and Cristina Costa

Short Description


The workshop will focus on the use of internet radio in education. There will be three sections to the workshop: 1) An exploration of the use of media (and particularly internet radio and television) for learning and shared knowledge development
This will include looking at issues such as:
a) The appropriation of media
b) The change from passive media to interactive Web 2.0 supported media and the changing distinctions between broadcaster/program planner and listener/consumer.
c) How media such as radio can support the development of online communities
d) The use of media to bridge contexts and provide spaces for exploration and shared meaning making.
2) A practical hands on session on how to plan develop and broadcast live internet media. This will include storyboarding, interviewing, making jingles post processing and using the technology for live broadcasts.
3) The third session is planned to take place in a lunchtime or evening session. This will be a live 45 minute to one hour broadcast “Sounds of the Bazaar - Live from Ohrid”. It is hoped to involve all summer school participants in the broadcast. The broadcast will be publicised in advance through iTunes, Facebook, Twitter and other social software platforms. It is also intended to use the broadcast to link to other researchers in TEL from around the world not able to be at the summer school. The programme will be recorded and made available through the Summer School web site, the Mature project web site, the Pontydysgu web site and through iTunes.

Lecturer Biography


Graham Attwell is a researcher working for the independent Wales based research and development organisation, Pontydysgu. He has worked on many projects related to the use of technology for learning and knowledge development and sharing. He has published extensively in books and journals but prefers writing on his blog, the Wales Wide Web. In 207 he established a podcast and later radio channel, the Sound of the Bazaar, and has broadcast at many conferences and events including the European Conference for Educational Research and Online Educa Berlin. Maria A. Perifanou received her Bachelor’s in Italian Language and Literature from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, in 1999.

She continued her Master studies at the University of Venice, Ca’Foscari, Science of Language Department, Laboratory ITALS (2001–2003). She is a PhD candidate in the field of Applied Linguistics since 2004 at the National Kapodistrian University of Athens, School of Philosophy, Faculty of Italian and Spanish Studies. Her research interests include Web 2.0,CALL, TELL, webquests, mlearning, blended learning, collaborative learning.

Cristina Costa is a Research Technologies Development Officer at the University of Salford, UK. She has extensive experience with learning technologies for learning, teaching and researching. She has been involved in national and international projects regarding with the championing of learning technologies in education. Her latest projects concern the use of social media to network researchers and PhD students, as well as a form of communicating research to a wider audience. Cristina has presented at home and international conferences and published in peer journals. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL), looking at the Networking Culture of Academic Researchers in a changing environment.




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