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The Engageme project used moblogging to engage young people in e-learning - more aptly known as m-learning.

The Engageme project involved teachers and students from nine different institutes of TAFE NSW Australia and was funded by the Australian Flexible Learning Framework.

We hope you have enjoyed our learning journey.

Go to www.engageme.net for more information on this project.

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These girls danced and waved for at least two hours without stopping, and smiling at everyone and greeting people all the time! I asked on of them if their legs or feet hurt but they said they just got a bit sweaty around where the brace held on to their legs.
17th Sep 2005, 05:23   comments (0)


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You wouldn't see these guys in Bridge St. Sydney everyday!
17th Sep 2005, 05:22   comments (0)

I love this photo!

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I love the way the jesters red hat looks against the blue sky and her colour and life against the backdrop of the buildings. The old building on the right is the Department of Education and Training building.
17th Sep 2005, 05:22   comments (3)

Excellent performers

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These clowns were excellent performers and great in working with the crowd. I particularly loved the red lace trim on thier shorts and the blue rubber swimming caps with daisies!
17th Sep 2005, 05:21   comments (0)


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The Museum of Sydney is on the site of Governor Philips house, which, as you can see from the plaque, was made from Australias first bricks.
17th Sep 2005, 05:20   comments (0)

Kathryn with Lachy

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My friend Kathryn with her son Lachlan at ArtStart.
17th Sep 2005, 05:18   comments (0)

Carmel and Rosie at ArtStart

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Carmen was the venue co-ordinator from Historic Houses Trust and Rosie Beaton from JJJ was our fabulous MC for the day!
17th Sep 2005, 05:17   comments (0)

Happy day!

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A beautiful day with all smiles and colour!
17th Sep 2005, 05:13   comments (0)