BRASScast Episode 29 – Podcasting and Web 2.0 news bits click arrow to listen online click here to download MP3 file >>> [download original file] Links Music courtesy PRO-Media from http://www.music.podshow.com The year of shift to Enterprise 2.0 -May 15th, 2009 – Dion Hinchcliffe, ZDnet A sample of podcast directories that publish podcasts: Canadian Podcast […]Read more "BRASScast Episode 29 – Podcasting and Web 2.0 news bits"
You can now subscribe to the BrassCast through iTunes…here’s the link: http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=263130492 (NOTE: this will start up your iTunes software – if it’s installed on your computer.) Since iTunes supports all ‘rich media’ content…audio, video and .pdf documents for example, this opens up some new publishing options for us. BTW: you don’t need an iPod, […]Read more "The BRASScast – now available from iTunes"
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"
In this article from PC-World.ca, Don Tapscott talks about the ‘new’ classroom. Mr. Tapscott is the author of Wikinomics where he describes the changes in business and the workplace as a result of collaboration and sharing of ideas versus top-down, command and control environments which are elements of the traditional workplace. Schools, just like businesses […]Read more "Back to School – Will Your Classroom be Wiki’d?"
The CRTC – Canadian Radio and Television Commision (in their words “The CRTC is an independent agency responsible for regulating Canada’s broadcasting and telecommunications systems. We report to Parliament through the Minister of Canadian Heritage.”) released its annual report on Canadian Broadcasting on Tuesday this week. Here’s the news release with some highlights. Here’s the […]Read more "The Latest CRTC Report – Good News For the Web!"