Educational innovation thrives on the food of creative ideas. Welcome to the “Technology Shopping Cart,” a collaborative educational podcasting effort by Karen Montgomery, Vicki Allen, and Wesley Fryer. We are aspiring to create at least two podcasts per month, approximately 20-30 minutes in length each, and are launching this project in late November 2007. This podcast is something we’ve talked about for many months, and are enthused to begin! We follow a similar format to The Seedlings podcast, sharing “geek of the week” websites as well as discussion around our show theme, which in this first episode is digital storytelling. Access our show notes on our wiki for links to the websites and resources we discussed in this episode.

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  1. Podcast shownotes for this episode are available on our Technology Shopping Cart Wiki
  2. Seedlings at Bit by Bit podcasts (the model and inspiration for our Technology Shopping Cart podcast show)

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