My post today for TechLearning is titled “Podcasting power in your hand.”
I am still trying to fully comprehend the implications of everyone with access to a phone (a cell phone or land line) having access to a viable podcast recording device. I love the fact that Gabcast stores the number of the phone which people use to call your channel and record a message, so accountability is built into the technology which prevents complete anonymity in commenting. (That’s important in school contexts.)
I can hardly wait to share Gabcast and the implications it brings for classroom podcasting in my next digital storytelling workshop!
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On this day..
- 2013 Tablet Summit in Montreal: Your Table[t]d’hôte Today - 2013
- Great News for iPad Videographers (Open-In Audio Functionality Added to Pinnacle Studio) - 2013
- Introducing Your Next Educational Conference Speaker! - 2011
- The Fisch Flip in Michigan: Dale Eizenga on flipping traditional lecture and homework routines - 2010
- Facial Recognition in Software Programs and Online - 2010
- Is the E-Rate Program in the United States broken? - 2009
- Saturday morning in a 1 to 1 household - 2008
- Chris Lehmann on School Change at Ignite Philly - 2008
- They're not digital natives or immigrants - 2006
- Amazing Web 2.0 tools - 2005