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                     (for infos on project partners please click right)

Crosstalk was designed and carried out by a team of 9 European partners in 7 countries which included community media practitioners, adult education specialists and university researchers (see list of partners on the right-hand side). The partnership represented an unusual combination of experience in education, training, broadcasting, research, project management and publication on community radio that is reflected in the various Crosstalk –teaching and learning materials. (link to materials for download)

Coordinator, Dr. Traudel Günnel, Senior Lecturer at Freiburg University of Education, led much the same team in previous projects (Digital Dialogues / META-Europe) funded under the Grundtvig programme.

The project was evaluated by Traudel Günnel, University of Education, Freiburg, Peter Lewis, London Metropolitan University, and Beatrice Barbalato, Mediapolis Rome.

[more about Crosstalk evlation]



Project partners exchanging experiences of pilot courses and working on further project plans at a meeting in Vienna in Sept./Oct. 2009

                

               

           

           


websites of partner institutions:

Project Coordinator:

University of Education, Germany / Dr. Traudel Günnel

Partner Organisation /
contact person:


Association Free Radio Freudenstadt e.V., Germany / Susan Jones

Media Centre of the Scientific Advisory Institute of the Youth Aid Organisation, Freiburg, Germany / Carmen Kunz

University of Lodz, Poland / Dr. Wieslaw Olesky

University of Sunderland, UK / Caronline Mitchell

Radio Robin Hood, Turku, Finland / Riitta Haapakoski

Radio Orange 94.0, Wien, Austria (Association to support local non-commercial radios) / Elisabeth Samhaber, Nino Jaeger

Mediapolis-Europa, Roma, Italy / Prof. Dr. Beatrice Barbalato

Civil Radio Budapest, Hungary / Adam Magyar