EdTechTalk#54

EdTechTalk#54

July 16, 2006

Download mp3 (17.78MB, 38:50 )


A good old fashion edtech news roundup. Jeff and Dave talk about Conroe and flash chats (see show notes below) and Dave does a preliminary roundup of the world of Mobile Education.

Show Notes & Chat Transcript Below

EdTechTalk#54

July 16, 2006

Download mp3 (17.78MB, 38:50 )


A good old fashion edtech news roundup. Jeff and Dave talk about Conroe and flash chats (see show notes below) and Dave does a preliminary roundup of the world of Mobile Education.

Show Notes & Chat Transcript Below


Last week’s poll

Where do you usually listen to EdTechTalk? Comment to provide more details

This week’s poll

Which genre do you think should be used in the ID3 tags of EdTechTalk mp3 files?

News & Resources

Webheads discuss Flash Video Chat Options

Flashmeeting, 123flashchat.comuserplane.com



Skype protocol hacked

StoryCorps on DemocracyNow

Great Keyboarding Resource – typing-lessons.org

  IBM Review of Open Source CMS

IPv.6 –340,282,366,920,938,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 new web addresses

340 undecillion, 282 decillion, 366 nonillion, 920 octillion, 938 septillion 

Intel’s New Chip – Conroe- living up to the hype  – prices announced

MobileEd

What is mobile education?

Who’s the audience? Are we expecting kids who don’t want to do their homework to do more work on their cell phone?

Accessibility.

Where the $100 laptop might fit in.

http://www.eternalegypt.org/EternalEgyptWebsiteWeb/

the ibm digital library and cell phone accessibility

http://mobiled.uiah.fi/ ‘ The Server and the Kit

http://weblogg-ed.com/2006/tablet-schmabletnot/

Tablet PCs

Podcasting outside the classroom

A possible case study. David Sims and his Vet Students.


Chat Transcript 

 18:52:59 USSROVER: evening all

18:53:38 JL: Howdy

18:54:38 USSROVER: I’ll be lurking soto speak

18:54:58 USSROVER: my show list count 176 shows

19:00:19 dave-on-air: hi brad

19:00:27 dave-on-air: hi cheryl

19:00:43 JL: testing

19:01:07 Cheryl_Oakes: Hi Dave

19:01:16 Cheryl_Oakes: I liked last week’s show with the tech tips.

19:01:21 Brad_Hicks: Problems with Firefox

19:01:34 Brad_Hicks: switched to Safari

19:01:38 USSROVER: testing OK

19:01:49 USSROVER: hi brad Cheryl & wb JL

19:01:54 Cheryl_Oakes: safari working for me.

19:02:03 Cheryl_Oakes: Hu

19:02:06 Brad_Hicks: Firefox and Java don’t seem to like each other

19:02:07 Cheryl_Oakes: Hi,

19:02:19 Cheryl_Oakes: Safari isn’t as dependable

19:02:40 mauricheeio: Flock Browser works sometimes and Opera

19:02:53 USSROVER: try Opera9

19:04:06 USSROVER: try Opera9 http://www.opera.com

19:04:26 dave-on-air: oops!

19:05:19 dave-on-air: http://cmsacademy.net/drupal

19:06:06 mauricheeio: is it a streaming webcast or a skypecast this time?

19:06:12 dave-on-air: both

19:06:33 mauricheeio: sk

19:06:34 JL: https://skypecasts.skype.com/skypecasts/skypecast/detailed.html?id_talk=18799

19:06:56 mauricheeio: https://skypecasts.skype.com/skypecasts/skypecast/detailed.html?id_talk=18799&return=skypecast.detailed

19:08:14 Paul_Ellerman: Hi everyone

19:08:21 Brad_Hicks: Hi Paul

19:09:04 Paul_Ellerman: Canada!

19:11:39 mauricheeio: that sounds like a great idea. way to go guys

19:14:19 dave-on-air: http://edtechtalk.com/EdTechTalk54

19:14:25 dave-on-air: show notes

19:25:02 mauricheeio: could you repeat the URL for the typing website again? Is it Mavis Bacon’s

19:26:03 dave-on-air: http://edtechtalk.com/EdTechTalk54

19:26:04 coordinator2: It’s in the shownotes typing-lessons.org

19:26:30 mauricheeio: Thank You

19:26:44 Brad_Hicks: do you have a url for that IBM CMS review Jaff?

19:26:59 JL: In the shownotes Bred 🙂

19:27:10 JL: http://edtechtalk.com/EdTechTalk54

19:37:25 coordinator2: I thought of creating studycasts with my 8th grade US History Students.

19:40:49 coordinator2: I am also using recording on audacity with Adult ESL class.

19:43:38 coordinator2: Goodnight Everybody.

19:43:44 dave-on-air: cheers

19:43:59 Cheryl_Oakes: great show! see you online soon.

19:44:26 JL: https://skypecasts.skype.com/skypecasts/skypecast/detailed.html?id_talk=18799

19:44:59 Paul_Ellerman: Has anyone tried Vyew? As a desktop sharing program?

19:45:40 coordinator2: Whatever happened to Writely?

19:45:52 mauricheeio: Google Bought Writely

19:46:09 coordinator2: I was never able to join.

19:46:42 Cheryl_Oakes: I use writely, but I had a user name before google bought it.

19:46:46 coordinator2: We were working on school plans for NCLB and we wanted to collaborate on the document.

19:46:54 Cheryl_Oakes: I use it to collaborate with other people when we design workshops.

19:46:56 Paul_Ellerman: If anyone whats to play with vyew, I have a meeting upa nd running

19:47:07 Cheryl_Oakes: We used it for our tech plan with 12 people

19:47:31 Paul_Ellerman: 536348

19:47:36 Paul_Ellerman: Is the meeting number

19:47:59 Brad_Hicks: thanks guys

19:49:37 Paul_Ellerman: night all

19:52:21 coordinator2: What the meeting # for vyew?

19:54:42 coordinator2: bye

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2 Comments

  1. MobilEd
    Thanks for your response to my comment last week. It is amazing to be part of the ‘community’!
    I wasn’t meaning to ‘criticise’ you – just get some thoughts, and a bit of a North American perspective!
    You seem as ambivalent as I about the issue of mobile education. I have read some real raves about the value and advantages but am yet to be convinced of the pedagogy, and (I must be too old!) get a slight sense of gimmickry from some of it.
    I know Marc Prensky is a great advocate [http://www.markusbader.net/receiver/14/articles/pdf/14_03.pdf; http://www.marcprensky.com/writing/Prensky-What_Can_You_Learn_From_a_Cell_Phone-FINAL.pdf, and there are groups here running some trial programmes – especially for “disengaged” learners.[http://www.engageme.net/] There is a school of thought that more young people have mobile phones than computers and that therefore these tools could/should be put to use in an educational context.
    I work in a Vocational Education setting (although I am actually in General Education) and I am aware that there is interest in using mobile devices for on-the-job assessment tasks.
    I have yet to identify a specific use with my cohort of students, and most of them can’t afford expensive devices or services anyway! However I am sure that they will become part of the edtech future, as the pedagogical value is researched.
    For a good overview try the Educause site: http://www.educause.edu/content.asp?page_id=5527&bhcp=1
    Thanks again for your speedy response and all the ‘very special’ shows. I am still trawling around on the periphery of all this edtech stuff, and I always look forward to a new show. I find them informative and inspiring.

    1. hi anna
      wrong choice of words on my part… (tell you a secret, the whole audio actually was something like “well, i certainly don’t think they meant to criticize but…” but i mumbled through it and cut the rest of the comment out of the audio) Your comment was great, and got me moving in a direction. Please keep them coming!

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