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Free Podcast from AEP Summit 09 on 21st century learning platforms

The Association of Educational Publishers just released a podcast from the AEP Summit 09 titled "Learning Platforms for the 21st Century and Beyond" in which representatives form Google Apps, Amazon Kindle Books and and the Rochester Institute of Technology's Open Publishing Lab discuss the impact of technology on today's classroom - now and in the future. 
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The Association of Educational Publishers just released a podcast from the AEP Summit 09 titled "Learning Platforms for the 21st Century and Beyond" in which representatives from Google Apps, Amazon Kindle Books and and the Rochester Institute of Technology's Open Publishing Lab discuss the impact of technology on today's classroom - now and in the future. It can be downloaded as an MP3 file here: http://audiocast.aepweb.org/Summit09/Final/Learning_Platforms.mp3.

To learn more about the session, the panelists and for links to other audiocasts, visit:
http://www.aepweb.org/summit/sessions.htm#platform

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