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Archive for the ‘Podcasting’ Category

ScienceOnline 2012

Thursday, March 1st, 2012

Really enjoyed the agenda and tweets from Science Online 2012. I’ve made it my mission to attend next year!

Monday Gladness, Not Madness

Monday, November 1st, 2010

It’s the day after Halloween. Raise your hand if you would rather have stayed home watching a movie cuddled up on the couch eating leftover candy. What would make today better than that here at work…..Sharing some cool ideas. I continually think about how our Community Outreach and Education Program can make a difference here […]

Using Skype for Recording Interviews

Thursday, October 23rd, 2008

As a begin to launch two podcast series, I want to see what my options are for interviewing people. I’m learning more about Skype and found this very helpful slidecast. [slideshare id=210772&doc=skype-for-interviews-1198388936660724-2&w=425]

Hawaii in October for Podcamp?

Friday, September 19th, 2008

Ok, who wants to go play in Hawaii? I met Rox, from Beach Walks with Rox, at the Podcast and New Media Expo in 2007. She shared information about creating a vodcast series. Rox is on the video below talking about the upcoming Podcamp and Wordcamp event in Honolulu on Oct. 24-25, 2008. Rox is […]

Behind this Blog

Monday, September 15th, 2008

I was recently interviewed by Jana Zvibleman from the Research Office at Oregon State University. The audio below is 10 minutes long talking about the outreach program and what we have and will be doing with new technology. Learn more about Naomi Hirsch, the Environmental Health Sciences Center Community Outreach and Education Program, The Hydroville […]

Keep an Eye Out for Podcamps

Tuesday, September 9th, 2008

Professional development and gaining experience from others is so important when it comes to podcasting and new media applications. When you go to a conference of podcasters, the energy and passion makes it worthwhile alone. At Universities, and especially when we are on grant money, money for travel and conferences is limited. A free opportunity […]

Podcasting in Plain English

Tuesday, August 5th, 2008

I love this fun and simple intro to podcasting from Common Craft. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-MSL42NV3c]

Just One Question

Tuesday, July 29th, 2008

David Eckoff, VP of New Product Development & Innovation at Turner Broadcasting was a memorable speaker at PodcampSoCal. He shared that there is just one question to ask when evaluating the success of a social media project – Do you know what that is? The one question to ask your audience is……. “Would you recommend this […]

A Front Seat at Expo 2007

Tuesday, July 29th, 2008

As I mentioned earlier, I attended the Podcast and New Media Expo last month in Ontario, CA.  Some of the presentations were designed specifically for educators.  I soaked up so much valuable information.  I was also a bit overwhelmed with how little I knew, and I see that I could be on the computer 24/7 to keep […]

Lessons from Student Podcasting

Tuesday, July 29th, 2008

I had a great conversation this morning about the value of incorporating Web 2.0 technologies into educational training programs. For many educators, blogs and podcasting are intimidating and misunderstood. It is valuable for adult educators to understand how adults learn on the web and how technology can improve learning outcomes.  Once fear is overcome and […]

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