This podcast is a recording of my final presentation at the NCCE 2008 conference in Seattle, Washington, on February 29, 2008. We were fortunate to have Dr. Scott Mcleod join us over Skype for the first ten minutes of this session from Mubai, India! The program description of my session was: Amazing new voice technologies are enabling classrooms to connect across distances and engage in collaborative projects using both synchronous and asychronous voice interactions such as interactive podcasting, Skype or Google Talk. This session presents examples of successful interactive podcasting and voice over IP (VOIP) classroom exchange projects, as well as discusses reasons why campus administrators and district leaders should encourage these types of collaborative projects to develop student literacy skills as well as content area knowledge.

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Show Notes:

  1. My presentation wiki including links to referenced resources
  2. Dr. Scott Mcleod’s blog, “Dangerously Irrelevant”
  3. NCCE 2008 website

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