Medical doctors are struggling like the rest of us to keep up with the pace of change in society, largely driven by technology. In this podcast I share 2 recent stories with a family practitioner and a heart surgeon here in Lubbock, discussing how technology driven change affects their daily behavior as well as continuing learning. I share several websightings in part 2, and wrap up with a series of interviews with Texas principals and superintendents about “keys to technology integration” on their campuses and in their districts.

Show notes for this podcast include:

  1. Epocrates software for doctors
  2. Baylor College of Medicine
  3. Marc Prensky’s website
  4. Marc’s keynote address from the Christa McAuliffe Technology Conference in New Hampshire on 29 November 2005: Part 1 and Part 2 posted by Bob Sprankle
  5. My reflections about Prensky’s keynote
  6. Willowdale Elementary website (Omaha, Nebraska)
  7. Tony Vincent and Mike Curtis’s podcast about using handheld computers in the classroom: “Soft Reset”
  8. Tony Vincent’s Learning in Hand website
  9. Texas Technology Leadership Academy online videos

Program Length: 25 min, 0 sec
File size: 5.7 MB

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