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This week, your hosts talk British royalty (both old and new), and Dr. David Vogt talks about mobile learning and the new course he is developing for the MET program. We welcome Britain's latest prince (inconveniently only named after we recorded) and have more Richard III news.

(Note: in the interview, David says in the interview that there will be one section of the new course. There are actually two sections now)

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Episode 63 (40:26)

Time Stamps

00:20 | Introduction
9:22 | Interview – Mobile Learning & ETEC 565M
35:09 | What’s Happening in PDCE
Credits

Our theme  music |  “Chased by a Cow” by Heifervescent, through a Creative Commons license.

Bumper music

“That Mambo Beat” by Ray Guntrip & Tina May

All selections thanks to Creative Commons licensing.

Direct download: DTH_-_Ep_63_-_Final.mp3
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