This show covers local events, edtech news, interviews with faculty from the Educational Department @ San Diego State University. Bernie Dodge and Karl Richter host the show.
The best career you never heard of..
Wed. Oct 25th, is the undergraduate career fair where juniors and seniors of any major can learn about the best career out there. What is that career? Well, it's a career that can take on many different job titles, instructional designer, educational technologist, performance consultant, and more. We'll hear from companies around San Diego that are here to tell you why they hire EDTEC grads. This podcast is just the teaser. We'll come back with some interviews from the career fair in a future episode. You will get sample of what Robin Martin, former co-host, and instructional designer at Mission Federal Credit Union will be saying at the event on the 25th. I'll point you to the student projects from the EDTEC 700 course on Educational Podcasting. We'll get a visit from SAGE president Chrissy Chamberlain. When IS the holiday party? Find out here. download show
Podcasting with Odeo
We run a course on Educational Podcasting here at SDSU. It's a one unit course held this Saturday September 16 and again on September 30th. I'm busy prepping for the class this week, but will continue with more episodes throughout the academic school year. In future episodes, we'll get back to more of a radio format, but this week I'm sharing some of the course materials. I did two screencasts on one of my new favorite sites, ODEO. I may do more for the class on the other sites/programs we're using. (We're covering feedburner.com, iTunes, and Garageband. ) The first screencast covers how and why you should set up an ODEO account, and the second screencast shows some of the ways to record your show. I thought about putting them up on my new favorite site, youtube.com but decided to make them available for download instead. Each screencast is in an iPod friendly format that will play for anyone with quicktime installed on their machine.
Feedback Loops - Fred Saba
powered by ODEO Download episode 2 here The Week in Geek Wikipedia Screencast of the evolution of a wikipedia entry. (Thanks to John Udell for the tip.) Walmart pays Wikipedia Lobbyists (via Kairosnews) Wikipedia meets Google Earth at placeopedia.com Freebies thinkfree.com is an open source online version of MS Office, similiar to writely.com Local Events ISPI - Thursday May 18 at Wine Steals ASTD - Wed. May 24th, former winners of ASTD Organization of the Year (download flyer) Spotlight Discussion Guests at the Alumni Event weigh in on opportunities abound for those with EDTEC degrees.
Today's Podcasting is like Radio in the 20's - Bernie Dodge
Last night I broke a bottle of champagne over my laptop to celebrate the launch of the SD Edtech podcast series. You can download the first episode, subscribe to the RSS feed, or listen to us on iTunes. The first episode runs 22 minutes and includes: Excerpts from Bernie Dodge's EDTEC 700 class on Educational Podcasting The first of a two part series with Fred Saba looking at the learning system of the future The IVIE Project - Innovative Videos in Education Freebies- Bloglines.com Allison Rossett breaks down the upcoming Alumni Event at SDSU on April 28th. ASTD is hosting a luncheon on April 26th featuring Tamar Elkeles Qualcomm’s Learning & Organizational Development Center (download flyer) Please feel to share any comments, cheers, or jeers below. - Karl Richter
Getting Ready for Episode 1
I'm Karl Richter, the host of the San Diego EDTEC podcast series. In this preview, a fellow EDTEC student, Chrissy Chamberlain, and I shared thoughts on podcasting and audience participation. In this episode, we talk through our plans for this site and the series. My personal highlight was when I messed up my own name. You can listen to our preview episode here.
Great resources, Allison Rossett rocks
I am not a tech person but recognize it's value; keep pod casting and I will keep learning