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November 25, 2009

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Alan Parkinson

Excellent post Ollie. Being in the audience at SAGT and having heard the Handheld Learning presentation too, I think it was very clear what you meant about the 'critical' use of any source: something that geographers (and historians too I hear ;) ) should certainly be encouraging students to do.
I'm looking forward to the follow up BBC piece.

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