Given I'm attending an eLearning conference (DevCon), I decided to "practice what I preach", and do a podcast from last night's reception. My setup is fairly simple ... my Dell laptop and a Samson USB condenser microphone (Northstar Nerd's Podcasting Tutorial).
Listen to my podcast comments (1:52 running time). Each name below links to their interview. Everyone also had to answer the age old question ... What's the nerdiest thing you've ever done?!
My three victims were:
- Edwin Garcia from the University of Texas
(3:36 running time)
I interviewed Edwin due to the phenomenal speed he applied the lessons learned in an afternoon session on how to use the Video iPod as an eLearning device. Within two hours of a session provided my Mark Henry on how to use the iPod Notes feature to create custom eLearning, Edwin had applied the lesson for a different platform than the one reviewed. I hope to link the Powerpoint slides for Mark's presentation soon.
See this separate post which includes Mark Henry's source files!
Hear Garin's view on Rapid Intake's views on technical conferences and Web 2.0. Having never attended eLearning DevCon before, I have been impressed with the openness this conference has to having presentations on "competing" ideas and technologies.
- Michael Weiland from Arizona State University
(3:10 running time)
Michael's comments include his impressions of Devcon, and also an explanation of Knowledge at W.P. Carey. This web site / service of Arizona State's business school is provided in conjunction with Knowledge@Wharton. Quite frankly, I had no idea Knowledge@Wharton was building a network.
Learn more from some of my prior posts on Knowledge@Wharton: