Will Richardson shared this outstanding and challenging presentation titled, “A Web of Connections: Why the Read/Write Web Changes Everything” at the Mid-America Association for Computers in Education’s 7th Annual Mid-America Technology Institute conference in Winfield, Kansas, on July 28, 2006. Thanks to Will for his great ideas, vision, passion, time, and willingness to share all of the above.
Program Length: 1 hr, 20 min, 15 sec
File size: 18.4 MB
Show notes for this podcast include:
- Will’s blog: http://weblogged-ed.com
- Will’s Weblogg-ed Presentation Links
- Mid-America Association for Computers in Education (Kansas)
- MTI 2006 PBwiki
- My notes from Will’s session
- “The Red PaperClip” by Kyle MacDonald
- Matthew Bischoff’s blog and podcast
- Anime Music Video website
- Tess’ Weather Book on Flickr
- Sandaig Otters school in Glasgow
- Oragami project from Microsoft
- Harvard H20 Project
- Clarence Fisher’s Blog: Remote Access
- MIT OpenCourseWare
- NYT Article “Can Johnny Blog” about Will’s “Secret life of Bees” project
- Darren Kurpatwa’s blog Pre-Cal 20S blog
- JumpCut (online videos)
- List of social networking websites from WikiPedia
- His Space: Wired July 2006 interview with MySpace owner and News Corp. chief Rupert Murdoch
- South African Curriculum on WikiBooks
- Will’s post on US DOE School 2.0
- Flickr (online, tagged photos subscribable with RSS)
- Del.icio.us (social bookmarks)
- elearnspace by George Siemens
- Chris Lehmann’s comments to Will’s question on what he should tell superintendents in New York
- HitchHikr for MTI 2006 (conference content tagged mti2006)
- ESSDACK of Hutchinson, Kansas
- Ubercaster: A superb podcasting tool for Macintosh now in beta (used to create this podcast)
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