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Stone Age Cyber Tourist – British Museum 16/03/13

http://thecybertourguide.blogspot.co.uk/

http://thecybertourguide.blogspot.co.uk/

It’s always heartening to know my workshops are enjoyed by the participants (I’ve yet to have a single student leave empty-handed or unhappy!) and my recent trip to the British Museum clearly went down well with Julia Yeates, intrepid Cyber Tourist. She sent me a link to a post on her blog, where she reviews the workshop from the student’s perspective. Check out her interpretation of the Ice Age Art exhibition, it’s well worth a visit if you’re in London!

Hope to see you at another workshop soon, Julia!

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