I posted to Bob Sprankle, Cheryl Oakes and Alice Barr’s “Seedlings” Ning this evening about some of my recent experiments using PodcastPeople as an environment for publishing and sharing podcasts. PodcastPeople is one of several tools Bob, Cheryl and Alice encourage participants in their excellent 2007 K-12 Online Conference session “Flat Agents of Change” to use.

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One Response to Discoveries with PodcastPeople

  1. Cheryl Oakes says:

    Wes, This group of Seedlings at the Ning have been very dedicated participants. I would encourage anyone to join. The group is very welcoming, self sustaining and very sharing when it comes to new tools. We have a great conversation happening. It is not too late to join this crowd! See you over at Flat Agents of Change.
    Thanks again for publicizing this wonderful group.

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