Tonight I met a chef and instructor at the local community college who is podcasting in support of one of his classes. Ron Lines and Dr. Jim Martens have produced a number of episodes on wine tasting: Eating the West 403 Podcasts. Check it out. They sound like they are having too much fun.Read more "Local Podcasters – Wine Tasting"
Here’s some good news for folks in the academic world who are interested in podcasting events such as lectures but stop when they see the complexity of the capture and the costs of deployment to multilple locations. Chris Dawson and his company BoxPopuli have announced a suite of products – hardware and software and web […]Read more "Podcast In A Box"
In looking through my google reader this morning, I came across the following blog posting: How youths are using social media from J.D. Lasica. It includes a link to a report for “National School Boards Association: Creating and Connecting//Research and Guidelines on Online Social — and Educational — Networking.” BTW: I found my way here from Steve […]Read more "Youth and Social Media"
As a follow-up to my post Local School Board Blocks Social Networking Sites, Bill Belsey was kind enough to send me a media release for his new website….Here is the link to the PDF….Bill Belsey – bullyingcourse.com media release. Dean OwenRead more "More on Bullying"
A front page article in the Red Deer Advocate, ‘Teachers Facing Cyber Attacks’ tells how the Red Deer Public School Board blocks myspace, facebook and other social networking sites in an attempt to fight cyber bullying of both students and teachers. According to Ron Eberts, assistant superintendent for information technology services, “The No. 1 reason […]Read more "Local School Board Blocks Social Networking Sites"