This podcast is a recording of Dr. Clif Mim’s outstanding keynote on day 2 of the Podstock 2009 conference held in Wichita, Kansas, on May 2, 2009. The title of Clif’s session was, “Using Digital Technologies and Personal Learning Networks to Enhance Learning.” Clif’s website bio states: Clif Mims is a native of the Mississippi Delta and has more than 16 years of teaching experience.  He taught elementary and middle school students and coached basketball and math teams to numerous championships.  He later became a faculty member at the University of Georgia while simultaneously earning his Ph.D. in Instructional Technology from UGA.  Dr. Mims became an assistant professor of elementary mathematics at the University of Mississippi in 2003. Clif joined the University of Memphis’ Instructional Design and Technology faculty in 2005 and now serves as Program Coordinator. His research interests are related to the effective integration of technology with the processes of teaching and learning, especially in teacher education. [end of bio] This was a great session by Clif! Please refer to the podcast shownotes for links to Clif’s slides, Ustream video archives of this session, and additional related resources.


Show Notes:

  1. Clif’s wiki resources for this presentation, including Slides (on slideboom) and Ustream archives
  2. My text notes and Ustream archive from Clif’s keynote
  3. Clif Mims’ blog
  4. Clif’s Professional Learning Network (PLN)
  5. Fliggo (create your own YouTube)
  6. Ning
  7. Edublogs
  8. PBworks
  9. wetpaint
  10. seesmic (like twitter with video, you get 60 seconds, similar to 12 seconds)
  11. Edmodo and ShoutEm – make your own private, school-based Twitter network
  12. cloud-based computing
  13. geo-caching
  14. SecondLife
  15. Podstock Ning
  16. Podstock Southwest Ning

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