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CCL Conference Workshop Audio

This link gives you a couple of options: 1) click one of the links and you'll see a page that has links to each workshop mp3 file, which you can download, 2) or you can copy the URL into your RSS/Podcast reader to subscribe to this podcast.

2014 Main Session & Workshops Podcast:
http://www.cclcamps.org/workshopAudio/2014/2014_CCLC.xml

2013 Main Session & Workshops Podcast:
http://www.cclcamps.org/workshopAudio/2013/2013_CCLC.xml

2012 Main Session & Workshops Podcast:
http://www.cclcamps.org/workshopAudio/2012/2012_CCLC.xml

2011 Main Session & Workshops Podcast:
http://www.cclcamps.org/workshopAudio/2011/2011_CCLC.xml

2010 Main Session & Workshops Podcast:
http://www.cclcamps.org/workshopAudio/2010/2010_CCLC.xml

2009 Main Session & Workshops Podcast:
http://www.cclcamps.org/workshopAudio/2009/2009_CCLC.xml

2008 Workshops Podcast:
http://www.cclcamps.org/workshopAudio/CCL2008Workshops.xml

2008 Main Session Podcast:
http://www.cclcamps.org/workshopAudio/CCLC08MainSessions.xml

2007 Workshops Podcast:
http://www.cclcamps.org/workshopAudio/CCL2007Workshops.xml

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