Educational Technology

Monday, January 23, 2006

iTunes U.

Check out iTunes U. Now you can join Stanford and post your own content to share with others. This will be a very important feature for education.

Here it is:


Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Here is tonights class

Tonight we used podomatic to post our podcast. We are now linking it here in blogger.

Enjoy. French Class

Monday, November 07, 2005

Tonight's Class

This is the podcast from tonight's class.

My first Enhanced Podcast

This is an enahanced podcast from the OCDE site.

One More Test

Yet another test of podcasting this time with a link to a different server.

Thursday, November 03, 2005

A video test

This a an old video I used on iSights in education. Short piece discussing the importance and use of video conferencing in the classroom.

Here is the link to the video.

Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Test Podcast

This is a trial run for our test podcast.
Here is a link to an enhanced podcast .

Podcast and Webcast Info

Today Mike and I recorded pieces for the "iPods in Education" webcast we will produce and broadcast from OCDE. Great experience and much more professional than I ever imagined. Laura, Rome and the crew blew away the limited broadcasting I've done before. There professionalism was outstanding and they really made it an enjoyable experience. Now, if Mike could get the lines right, we'd really be moving.

Our podcasts are finally available through the OCDE website. They can be subscribed to by inputting: into your iTunes>Advanced>Subscribe to Podcast menu. Currently, the Games in Education webcast and our podcast are available. We will be posting new information every week, so look and listen for more to come.

Thursday, October 20, 2005

iTunes Stanford

iTunes Stanford was launched today. A large amount of audio content is available from iTunes Stanford from lectures to sports reports, games and music performed by Stanford students and professors.Very cool and almost everything is FREE!

You can access it at:


Thursday, September 15, 2005

New Web Browser

A new web browser is making the rounds, albiet secretly. Called Flock, it is a social browser claiming to take advantage of the features of Web 2.0. I look forward to using this and discovering the possiblities to integrate such a browser within education.