NOTE: The attached audio has some "echo issues" that fade in and out; however, I've decided to post it anyway because we had such a great time with our guests.
November 9, 2006
It was great to have Jeremy and Oliver join us and to explore this "new frontier" for "information-communication technology" (ICT)-based education.
The real fun came when we dropped in on Oliver's class at Harvard following the show. Full credit to Harvard for making all content available to anyone with a 'net connection.
October 19, 2006
Darren Kuwopatwa stops by to discuss the upcoming K12 Online Conference
Chat Transcript Below
Ed Tech Brainstorm -- 28 September, 2006
We were joined by "usual suspects" Jeff Flynn and Paul Ellerman; and first-timer, and colleague of mine from the "real world," Martin Buck for the show. Topics of conversation included:
Thanks to all who participated in the Skype conference, and to those who listened on the stream and joined us in the chat room.
Ed Tech Brainstorm -- 21 September, 2006
My web2.0 show, based on my "Media for the Web" Moodle, never really got off the ground, but we had an interesting talk about a number of different topics, including:
Thanks to all who participated in the Skypecast, and to those who joined us in the chat room.
Ed Tech Brainstorm -- 14 September, 2006
JL proposes an alternate date for the webcastathon, Cheryl tells us about her new job, Dave talks about hardware and software he's shopping for; and Jen takes us on a tour with Vyew.
Thanks too to Paul and Bud and all those who joined us in the chat room.
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