This podcast is a rebroadcast of my presentation today at the Vancouver eLearn 2005 World Conference on eLearning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, & Higher Education. This is a remixed version of my keynote for the TECSIG conference on October 13th, with more of a focus on the implications of podcasting in higher education contexts.

Program Length: 43 min, 29 sec
File size: 10.0 MB

Podcast 26 Oct 2005(Click here to listen to this podcast)

Show notes for this podcast include:

  1. eLearn 2005 Vancouver
  2. “Podcasting as Disruptive Transmediation” October 26, 2005 multimedia presentation
  3. Additional links to the resources discussed in the keynote address are included in the online presentation, created with S5: A Simple Standards-Based Slide Show System (a free open-source resource)

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