In this podcast field recording from the Beyond4Walls conference in Farmers Branch, Texas Friday, educational educators Anna Adam and Helen Mowers discuss the podcast chapter mark commenting tool Innertoob ( With Innertoob, podcast listeners can leave comments related to a specific podcast and create chapter marks to indicate which segment or section of the podcast they want to comment about. Additionally, they discussed the challenges as well as opportunities they face helping teachers in their school district (Killeen ISD) learn to use web 2.0 tools effectively with students. Check out the podcast shownotes for a link to their team blog and podcast, Tech Chick Tips!

Show notes for this podcast include:

  1. InnerToob– Chapter mark your own comments in others’ podcasts
  2. Tech Chick Tips– Helen and Anna’s blog and podcast

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