Discussion with George Viebranz & Roy Norris.
Wiki Textbook Project Webcast#6 , Part 2
February 22, 2006
This show picks up in the middle of the conversation with john mullaney, george Viebranz and Roy Norris. In part two of our discussion , we continued along the road of seeing what could be done to get a wikitextbook project actually started. What kinds of questions would we need to ask? Who would be involved? What are the core issues? What are the steps? All that and the now famous "what would you do if we gave you three million dollars?"
Discussion with Scott Lockman & Will Richardson - part of Worldbridges New Year Webastathon
This is the first of several edtech related conversations that were
part of Worldbridges New Years Webcastathon. This is from the first
hour of the webcastathon as Scott Lockman of Tokyo
Calling and Comprehensible Input and Will Richardson of Weblogg-ed.com join Jeff Lebow to begin the show. Scott and Jeff reflect on their year in podcasting/webcasting and Will looks at the evolution of edtech this past year and the challenges that lay ahead.
Our discussion with the founder and manager of eslcafe.com, the webâ€™s most popular English as a Second Language website and communiy. This live interactive webcast was part of the three day Webheads in Action Online Convergence. Archives of this and other sessions that were part of WiAOC can be found at http://wiaoc.org/
EdTechTalk #14 - Pre-show chat with Dafne Before the show, we skyped out to Dafne, one of our first listeners/ participants and Webhead extraordinaire. She was in Spain after surviving a traumatic departure from Venezuala.
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