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The Amazing Knowledge Exchange Podcast* Project
~ a cross-country conversation about research in practice ~

*a digital media file distributed over the internet for playback on portable media players and personal computers ~ from Wikipedia

The podcasts link to podcasts

The podcasters link to information about podcasters

The process link to how to page

This project was sponsored by the Adult Learning Knowledge Centre.
The Adult Learning Knowledge Centre is an initiative of the
Canadian Council on Learning
, which is a national, non-profit, independent organization committed to improving learning for all Canadians.

The podcast project took place in the Spring of 2007 and was designed and implemented by Sheila Stewart and Tracey Mollins.

There is a lot to learn when trying to make podcasts. Some of it is easy-peasey and some of it is quite mind-boggling. We feel that this is a useful communication tool and worth the effort so we muddled our way through. Our podcasts are not of professional quality but we are proud of the content and are happy to be able to present these wise words to a wider audience. We hope that others will want to try this too. Please contact us if we can help. Or record a response and send it and any pictures you have to us so we can add your podcast to this site.

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