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Audio: Blog Fodder
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November 21, 2007 05:55 PM PST
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Kathryn Greenhill (Librarian Matters blog) provides her tips on blogging and blog fodder e.g. ideas for blog posts. Kathryn is a well known blogger who provides excellent blogging tips and this is her presentation from Perth PodCamp.

Audio: Virtual Worlds - Promise and Peril by Alan Levine
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October 29, 2007 02:22 AM PDT
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Virtual Worlds: Promise and Perils presentation by Alan Levine for the WA Elearning Showcase (Oct, 2007). Refer to his wiki for his slides and great his links on virtual worlds from this presentation.

Audio: Alan Levine on Technology
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October 06, 2007 03:40 PM PDT
A conversation with Alan Levine on the role of New Media Consortium (NMC), the Horizon report, how technology is changing and advice for people on using new technology. We also talk about his upcoming speaking tour of Australia.
Video: James Farmer Identity, Ownership & Online Learning
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October 05, 2007 02:05 AM PDT
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Leigh Blackall (Learn Online) has been running fantastic 10 minute online lecture series in New Zealand for Learning communities Aotearoa and I was fortunate to be invited to join some of the sessions.

Unfortunately I missed James Farmer's session but I liked the recording so much that Leigh and James were nice enough to grant me permission to convert the audio into a video.

Thanks again Leigh and James for giving me permission.

I recommend that you make the time to check out Leigh's 10 minute lecture sessions (there are links to both the Elluminate session and audio).

Audio: Tips for podcasting
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September 22, 2007 06:06 PM PDT
Here are my tips for podcasting based on my knowledge as a podcaster and from my experience teaching others how to podcast. The presentation was originally put together for Port 80 mintalks . This is the audio from my presentation.
Video: Tips for Podcasting
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September 22, 2007 05:24 PM PDT
Here are my tips for podcasting based on my knowledge as a podcaster and from my experience teaching others how to podcast. The presentation was originally put together for Port 80 mintalks and I have added my audio to the presentation because sound quality on the night was not suitable.
Video: Why Mobile Specific Websites for Mobile Devices
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August 26, 2007 03:08 AM PDT
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Nick Cowie demonstrates why you need to design mobile specific websites for mobile devices in his funny ... all ยป presentation for Perth WebJam. He showcase the appearance of different websites on mobile devices, highlighting the issues with viewing them on the mobile devices. Thanks to Nick Cowie for giving me permission to use his Slides and letting me create this video. Thanks also to Stewart Greenhill for letting me use his audio to create this video. Check out these articles for more information on the mobile web:
  • Please wait a sec just need to check my training information on my mobile
  • Mobile Web usage is increasing how will you use it with your students?
  • How to Read Blog posts on a Phone Using Mobile Friendly Google Reader
  • Video: Mac Diary - Podcasting
    Clean
    August 24, 2007 06:07 AM PDT
    Humorous look at what happens when you take a person who has only ever used a PC to podcast with and now ask her to teach others how to podcast using a Mac. Macs are not supported in our College so professional development with educators normally is done using Moviemaker and Audacity on a PC. The Mac Diary will be a serious of podcasts to document my journey of discovery of podcasting with my MacBook.
    Video: Quick demo of Spyglasses
    Clean
    August 14, 2007 04:32 PM PDT

    This is a quick demonstration on what are spyglasses. To learn more about how they are used in education go to this article. Technorati Profile

    Audio: Problems with the Mobile Web
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    August 12, 2007 01:41 AM PDT

    Nick Cowie, from nickcowiecom talks about the problems faced with the mobile web in terms of display size of mobile screens, the number of different mobile web browers, how rapidly the mobile web is changing, how people use the mobile web compared to the Internet on a computer, problems faced using the mobile web on a non-qwerty keyboard and the costs of accessing the mobile web.

    Sales of mobile phones and PDAs capable of accessing the mobile web are increasing, and will continue to do so. The challenges we face as educators will be how to appropriately tap into the mobile web.

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