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Live Panel Discussion

To end this week we would like to join you in our second live discussion.

Dominic will be available on Friday 12.00 -13.00 GMT, (1-2 BST) to discuss some of the issues raised during weeks 5 and 6.

We would like to you to ask our team questions relating to the discussions and activities.

There will be several ways that you can post questions and comments for the team:
– in the comments stream associated with this step
– in the comments stream on Google+
– in the comments stream on YouTube
– by tweeting @Qub_Moocs using #FLidentity

preferably by 11.00 GMT on Thursday 22nd October 2015.

This video conference will be streamed live on YouTube and Google+ and can be accessed by clicking on the following links:

To view on YouTube click here.
For the Google+ event page click here.

To find out more about Google Hangouts On Air visit: http://www.google.com/+/learnmore/hangouts/onair.html

This is example of an archived Hangout. Please note only the course team and guests will be heard/on camera.

What happens if I can’t watch the live Hangout?
Don’t worry! Realtime participation is not a mandatory part of this course, but it is fun and we think you’d get a lot out of it. A recording of the discussion will be available at the same address above after the live event finishes. You can still make a contribution by leaving your question or comments on this step in advance, and we may include some of these in the discussion.

Will loading the Hangout mean I appear on camera?
No, you will just watch the live stream like any other video (though Google users can submit comments via the interface).

Is a Google account required to view the Hangout?
No, you can watch the Hangout without logging in to Google. If you wish to submit comments, please use one of the methods mentioned above.

Dr Dominic Bryan and guests

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Identity, Conflict and Public Space

Queen's University Belfast