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Harry Mudd and the TCC 2005 Keynote (April 21, 2005 04:35 PM)
Whew! An hour ago I finished my one hour keynote presentation for the TCC 2005 Worldwide Online Conference. They asked me to talk about the future, so I hit them with a whiplash induced thing I created, "Harry Mudd, Small Pieces, and that Not Widely Distributed Future": I thought I... «more»
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BikeRidePodCast (April 12, 2005 08:54 AM)
I'm tuning into some podcasts, finally. Today on my 11 mile bicycle commute (something I need to get back to doing regularly), I carried my iRiver in my pocket and listened to Rael Dornfest - Rules for Remixing, a session from the ETech Conference. It made for a nice ride... «more»
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Skyperviews Up to 21 (March 31, 2005 05:50 PM)
I keep recording the audio "skyperview" and "iRiverView" interviews I am doing for the upcoming article I am not yet writing, and have 21 now in the collection: http://www.mcli.dist.maricopa.edu/forum/spr05/podcast.html Most of these were colleagues I cornered with my mp3 recorder, as well as a few more audio devices So added... «more»
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Skyperview Number 16 (March 23, 2005 09:46 PM)
I ought to stop, but this is too much fun.. today I completed my 16th mini "Skyperview" with folks near and far about their use and ideas for digital audio over the net. I'll be scraping a few more before the end of the week, but I need to get... «more»
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A First? Podcasting in an ePortfolio System (March 20, 2005 08:04 AM)
I just noted that podcasts are screaming up the meme charts, and a day later some exciting news. Audree, who programs our eportfolio system available at Maricopa and her Chandler-Gilbert Community College has announced the upcoming availability of streaming media being built into the system (see latest ePortfolio enhancements, nicely... «more»
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Podcast Mania... And What is Missing (March 19, 2005 09:32 AM)
It is no secret for us in instructional technology that podcasting is becoming the raging meme of excitement, a good thing. Maybe it is because of media attention, or just the whole iPod thing is just too cool. I've heard it uttered much more recently in emails and conversation with... «more»
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Five More Skyperviews Added (March 15, 2005 10:20 PM)
Whew, this is fun! Without much effort, I have added another 5 interviews, each under 5 minutes, for my upcoming article on digital net audio, You can find all 11 and (more as I add 'em) on the mcli Forum Spring 2005 Podcast. Joining the crowd, and rounding out some... «more»
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Call For More SkyperViews (some females would be helpful) (March 14, 2005 06:09 PM)
Thanks for those who have volunteered so far for my 5 minute web audio interviews (see details). I have a few more days leeway in the process, and since the audio can be added as an online supplement, I can keep on doing them for the rest of the month... «more»
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I've been Skyped, Flossed (February 25, 2005 07:29 PM)
A few weeks ago I was audio interviewed via Skype by Teemu Arina, a 1 hour plus session between me in Arizona and Teemu in Finland that was remarkably clear, had no dropouts. In an almost heroic effort, Teemu edited this to a pod/webcast, painstakingly removing my frequent "umms" as... «more»
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Wow! What a Portfolio-lific Day (February 25, 2005 06:07 PM)
Just wrapping up from today's event "ePortfolio Dialogue Day: Digital Stories of Deep Learning for Students and Faculty" with our excellent guest Helen Barrett, and it was a rousing success. Wish I could have been blogging it all, but other duties called. Helen gave an outstanding overview of the eportfolio... «more»
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Foibles of my First Pod... er, iRiverCast (January 25, 2005 11:52 AM)
Today was one of those technical gambles that actually, sort of worked! This morning, the EDUCUASE/NLII Meeting in New Orleans had a general session where the New Media Consortium provided a 5 Minutes of Fame overview of their just released Horizon Report (I was lucky to be among some great... «more»
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