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Friday, May 08, 2009

The 2nd of the GA's Living Geography events will take place in York in June at the Royal Station Hotel.

Have just spent an hour or so re-writing my keynote to take account of the things that have happened since the first event in London: notably the rise of Twitter in my personal learning network, and the launch of the Manifesto. Also rewritten my workshop on 'Everday Geography' as there have been a number of major world events since the last conference too.

You can book online, or by ringing Lucy Oxley on 01142960088

Big discount for GA members as always.

Hope to see some of you there.

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