• Jim Groom bavatuesdays.com

    Operative word is “lecture,” I need to find a way to make the classes more interactive with the radio, and I am open to ideas. I wanted to share the visuals this time, but would love to have a round table with students, everyone with a mic, and calls and chats coming in. Next week for audio i think I am going to do that. This Thursday I have Tim Owens coming on, and I am gonna do that talk show style from New Orleans an have everyone in the class listen from where ever they are.

    I would love to do something like you and Bryan did last week, that was simply amazing.

    • Nick Noakes

      Jim, how about having people mashup from the ‘lecture’ (a la Wesch’s latest video ‘rethinking ed’)? … not sure how practical that would be in real time …. baring giving over ‘time at lecture end’ for a short mash of key point for them .. really I’m just thinking of a mlearning / web2.0 / produsage variation on the 1-minute paper technique.

      • Nick,

        Yeah, I would actually like to mash together the first 4 or 5 audio clips we have as a kind of 5 weeks in review. I might play with this over the weekend for my intro to audio stuff. Very cool, thanks for the idea—it’s got me thinking.

  • Devon dcamd.com

    Last week was fun; especially the Blackboard comments. It’s so funny that I teach online and am half a slacker online student because I am too busy teaching to do my own homework :) Pluggin’ away, as they say.

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