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Worldwide Celebration of Learning!
Global Learn Day IX
October 2005
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Due to the size of the audio, video files and complex schedules and related links to Oasis recordings, panelists, and text chat capturing involved in each Global Learn Day event, and the cost of maintaining all of same on our site, all archives are now available by CD ROM. You can purchase a set of these archives for $150 each. Please contact Midi Cox for purchase information.


Global Learn Day - The Inaugural
Keynote Speaker: Carl T.C. Gutierrez, Governor of Guam

Global Learn Day II
Keynote Speaker: Nelson Mandela

Global Learn Day III
Keynote Speaker: Vint Cerf, Father of the Internet
Program for Global Learn Day III

Global Learn Day IV
Keynote Speaker:
Sir John Daniel, Open University

Global Learn Day V
Keynote Speakers:
Dr. Gajaraj Dhanarajan, President, Commonwealth of Learning
Maria Victoria Polanco, President of the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters

Global Learn Day VI
Program for Global Learn Day VI

Keynote Speaker:
Lee Harris
 

Global Learn Day VII
Program for Global Learn Day VII

Welcome from:
Hon. Marc Grossman,
American Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs

Keynote Speakers:
John Hibbs, Founder, Ben Franklin Institute
Yvonne Marie Andres, Founder, Global SchoolNet
Roslyn Teirney
Dr. Louise Crossley
Annette Stock


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Dr. Terry Redding's Theory of Lasting Excitement

Meet John Hibbs, Imagineer of Global Learn Day.

 

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