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Lesley Reilly

podOmatic - Create, Find, Share Podcasts! - 18 views

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    Podomatic
Ced Paine

ARTSEDGE: Podcast Directory - 0 views

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    Podcasts for Music/Drama Teachers
Rhondda Powling

Podiobooks.com - Serialized audio books in podcast form - 0 views

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    Free serialized, audio books. Delivered as podcasts, you can subscribe, for free, to any book and start from chapter one.
Jeff Johnson

Podcasting in Plain English - 0 views

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    http://commoncraft.com/showA 3 minute explanation of podcasting.
Jeff Johnson

Techlearning > > Podcasting-A Tool to Motivate Teachers > July 1, 2008 - 1 views

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    In my second grade classroom, we will occasionally read articles from Ranger Rick during guided reading lessons, and during this particular week we just happened to be learning about an African mammal on the brink of extinction. One group of students had an assignment to write a letter to the world telling why this animal should be saved. As a teacher who routinely integrates technology into the classroom, my students are often curious about ways to share the knowledge that they gain. One particular student was especially curious about sending the letters to someone through email, so I decided to look up some information on the web. Within minutes, I had found a website with information about the animal and efforts being made to save it. For the following week, instead of taking part in indoor recess, this group of students chose to spend time learning more about this endangered animal on the computer. Watching them, I could see how much they were enjoying learning. I didn't think it could get much better, but I was wrong.
Peggy George

NECC2008 SIGTE Podcasting/Vodcasting Workshop Wikispace - 0 views

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    Compilation of resources and information for the NECC2008 SIGTE hands-on, full-day workshop on podcasting/vocdasting
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    This workshop is being offered at NECC 2008 on June 28th from 8:30am-3:30pm (extra fee). We are just starting to compile the resources on the site and you are welcome to join and contribute your favorite resources. We're especially interested in some good examples of podcasting/vodcasting in K-12 or higher education. Thanks.
Peggy George

Vara Software : Tour Videocue - 0 views

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    Videocue is the perfect way to create your videoblog or podcast.
    1. Write the text of your presentation.
    2. Drag and drop your media icons (such as an iSight camera, photographs, movies etc) to the storyboard on the right of the edit window.
    3. Edit the media with the controls below. You can adjust the position, transparency, scale and rotation of the image. You can even add a special border around the media to give it an individual look.
    4. Click the Play button to rehearse your presentation.
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    Awesome Mac application for creating and editing videos for blogs or podcasts. Pro version includes fullscreen prompter. Just purchased it and can't wait to use it. ($39.99-Videocue; $89.99-Videocue Pro). Free, fully functioning trial available for download that allows 30-second video.
John Evans

Podcast245: Technology Shopping Cart Podcast05 - Digital Citizenship and an I... - 0 views

  • Welcome to episode five of the Technology Shopping Cart podcast where educational innovation thrives on the food of creative ideas! This week Karen Montgomery, Vicki Allen and Wesley Fryer host an interview with Kristine Molnar of PBwiki. PBwiki is one of our favorite web 2.0 sites for creating collaborative wiki documents with teachers and students. After sharing our geeks of the week, we discussed digital citizenship and the ways teachers in different places are helping students as well as educators connect 21st century skills with digital citizenship skills including Internet safety, safe online collaboration, and netiquette. It is helpful to situate conversations about Internet safety within a broader discussion of digital citizenship, and insure the constructive and positive uses of collaborative digital technologies are also highlighted.
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    Welcome to episode five of the Technology Shopping Cart podcast where educational innovation thrives on the food of creative ideas! This week Karen Montgomery, Vicki Allen and Wesley Fryer host an interview with Kristine Molnar of PBwiki. PBwiki is one of our favorite web 2.0 sites for creating collaborative wiki documents with teachers and students. After sharing our geeks of the week, we discussed digital citizenship and the ways teachers in different places are helping students as well as educators connect 21st century skills with digital citizenship skills including Internet safety, safe online collaboration, and netiquette. It is helpful to situate conversations about Internet safety within a broader discussion of digital citizenship, and insure the constructive and positive uses of collaborative digital technologies are also highlighted.
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