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EdTechWeekly#2
October 1, 2006
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10/1/06 17:24:19 Brad_Hicks: Hey Jeff, are you guys broadcasting yet?
10/1/06 17:54:16 JenM: Hi! Jeff is working on some audio 'issues'. We will start shortly. Thanks for joining!
10/1/06 18:07:56 dave: hi guys
10/1/06 18:08:04 dave: still just pulling stuff together :)
10/1/06 18:09:19 Cathy: Hi guys
10/1/06 18:10:47 jl: Hi Cathy
10/1/06 18:10:54 Sharon_Peters: is this
10/1/06 18:11:00 Sharon_Peters: ooops - mistake
10/1/06 18:13:02 dave: http://nmc.org
10/1/06 18:14:54 JenM: http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20060928/tc_nm/life_education_india_dc
10/1/06 18:17:24 jl: http://video.google.com/ucberkeley.html
10/1/06 18:17:35 Sharon_Peters: you can believe that they are watching youtube!
10/1/06 18:17:41 Sharon_Peters: good idea!
10/1/06 18:17:45 JenniferW: I enjoy the kitty movies :)
10/1/06 18:17:52 Cathy: Is there a way to download a You Tube video - I want to use it for a new teacher training session next Sat- it is blocked at school
10/1/06 18:17:56 Sharon_Peters: I hear the elmo movies on youtube are hilarious
10/1/06 18:18:05 Sharon_Peters: hmmmm don't know
10/1/06 18:18:08 JenniferW: and of course -- the diet coke,mentos
10/1/06 18:18:12 JenM: http://teaching.mrbelshaw.co.uk/index.php/2006/09/21/20-ideas-getting-st...
10/1/06 18:18:24 DougSymington: http://samlab.com/?q=stayinAliveLiveYouTube
10/1/06 18:18:36 Sharon_Peters: showed a youtube movie on my smartboard the other day - a 5 min magic show - that would have been a great intro to that
10/1/06 18:19:26 jl: http://del.icio.us/edtechtalk/
10/1/06 18:21:07 JenM: http://edbloggernews.crispynews.com/recent/articles
10/1/06 18:23:10 dave: http://joycevalenza.edublogs.org/2006/09/25/compilation-of-cool-20-tools/
10/1/06 18:25:03 jl: http://bfranklin.edu/gldten/
10/1/06 18:25:18 JenM: http://www.librarything.com/
10/1/06 18:26:32 dave: http://www.mozilla.org/projects/bonecho/all-rc.html
10/1/06 18:28:37 Sharon_Peters: Canadian thanksgiving next week
10/1/06 18:29:23 Bob_Zwick: how long is the marathon
10/1/06 18:29:59 Sharon_Peters: how is something "webcastier"??
10/1/06 18:30:27 DougSymington: more webcasters and webcasts, I think
10/1/06 18:30:46 Sharon_Peters: great show guys! at least you have a sense of humour
10/1/06 18:31:08 Sharon_Peters: I learned something!
10/1/06 18:35:42 DougSymington: I use my homepage on Google for some feeds, to try and keep up with RSS
10/1/06 18:35:46 Sharon_Peters: if you made a personalized google home page, you could put google reader on it and it would travel with you from computer to computer
10/1/06 18:36:37 Cathy: I keep going back to bloglines too
10/1/06 18:37:03 JenM: http://thinklab.typepad.com/think_lab/2006/09/can_my_outsourc.html
10/1/06 18:38:38 JasonR: Started recording as soon as I joined. But just popped in two minutes ago...
10/1/06 18:39:08 JenniferW: did you say Wes Fryer???
10/1/06 18:39:54 Sharon_Peters: where is the link ot the skypecast?
10/1/06 18:40:09 JenniferW: YEAH -- is he next???
10/1/06 18:40:13 Sharon_Peters: I knew Jen would be excited!
10/1/06 18:40:20 Sharon_Peters: I am excited too!
10/1/06 18:40:21 Sharon_Peters: cool
10/1/06 18:40:21 JenniferW: YEAH!!!
10/1/06 18:40:23 Sharon_Peters: yay
10/1/06 18:40:30 jl: https://skypecasts.skype.com/skypecasts/skypecast/detailed.html?id_talk=...
10/1/06 18:40:37 Sharon_Peters: thanks!
10/1/06 18:40:42 JenniferW: sooooo cool
10/1/06 18:40:51 Sharon_Peters: two fans
10/1/06 18:40:56 Sharon_Peters: exactly
10/1/06 18:41:29 JenniferW: grins -- I will have to mute my mike when you talk to Wes so you dont hear me gushing
10/1/06 18:41:44 Sharon_Peters: I was wondering who had crickets
10/1/06 18:42:13 dave: i love the crickets!
10/1/06 18:44:03 Sharon_Peters: Jen, and all, I have just arranged through Terry Freedman to have an article written by a SLer about SL
10/1/06 18:44:23 Sharon_Peters: finish my thought - write an article for the next edition of Coming of AGe
10/1/06 18:44:50 Sharon_Peters: Jen
10/1/06 18:44:52 Sharon_Peters: JenW
10/1/06 18:44:58 JasonR: Question about del.icio.us and edtechtalk
10/1/06 18:45:11 JenniferW: JenW --- is still awed by Wes Fryer's upcoming presence
10/1/06 18:45:51 dave: you can listen to our old interview with him while you wait! :)
10/1/06 18:45:57 JenniferW: Mark Warner
10/1/06 18:46:01 JenniferW: he is the senator
10/1/06 18:46:12 JenniferW: http://nwn.blogs.com/nwn/2006/08/governor_mark_w.html
10/1/06 18:46:28 JenniferW: he is from VA
10/1/06 18:46:35 JenniferW: LOL -- if you wanted to know
10/1/06 18:46:52 JenniferW: the 2nd life guy
10/1/06 18:46:55 dave: http://edtechtalk.com/EdTechTalk49
10/1/06 18:47:04 Sharon_Peters: there is a SLer here in Montreal who is using SEcond Life as a school fundraiser - they are building a virtual model of the school and populating it as a way of raising money for the school
10/1/06 18:47:09 JenM: for:edtechtalk
10/1/06 18:47:35 dave: dave is applying for a heritage canada grant for recreating 1900 PEI in second life
10/1/06 18:47:53 Sharon_Peters: how cool
10/1/06 18:47:57 Sharon_Peters: great idea
10/1/06 18:48:02 Sharon_Peters: is it patented?
10/1/06 18:48:03 dave: application goes in wednesday
10/1/06 18:48:05 dave: ha
10/1/06 18:48:08 dave: no.
10/1/06 18:48:11 dave: not so much.
10/1/06 18:48:59 Sharon_Peters: where can one apply for a heritage canada grant? how does one go about it?
10/1/06 18:49:19 JenniferW: warner
10/1/06 18:49:31 dave: ha. that's a big process
10/1/06 18:50:15 jl: https://skypecasts.skype.com/skypecasts/skypecast/detailed.html?id_talk=...
10/1/06 18:50:37 JasonR: Dave, if there is anything I can do to help pre or post-grant with SL, let me know.
10/1/06 18:50:46 JasonR: You on the SL Ed list, no?
10/1/06 18:50:55 dave: nope.
10/1/06 18:51:28 dave: i can always use help
10/1/06 18:51:39 dave: but that'll be if i get past the 'expression of interest' phase of the grant app
10/1/06 18:52:22 JenniferW: DOUG -- are you in the chat??
10/1/06 18:52:33 Sharon_Peters: I hear a cricket
10/1/06 18:53:01 Sharon_Peters: it is deceptively realistic - I could swear that thing is in *my* room
10/1/06 18:53:07 JasonR: There is lots of discussion on the SL Ed listserv about getting 'expressions of interest.' Good resource. Chatty bunch though, lots of messages.
10/1/06 18:53:45 dave: hopefully i can talk about the full project soon
10/1/06 18:53:51 dave: as its work i'm doing for the university
10/1/06 18:54:08 dave: i kinda feel like i need to clear it with them before i blab too much about it 'publicly'
10/1/06 18:54:22 dave: what i do in 'consultation' with 'experts' however, is another thing altogether :)
10/1/06 18:54:37 JasonR: OK, say no more, wink, wink, nudge, nudge
10/1/06 18:56:13 jl: http://www.webcastacademy.net/Screencasts
10/1/06 18:58:28 JenniferW: www.innertoob.com

 

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