It’s been awhile since my last podcast! No podfading here, however…. In this podcast I share a recap of several technology initiatives in which I’ve been involved in the past month, some thoughts about Larry Lessig’s EduCause presentation in November 2009, and a couple short interviews at the ACTEM conference in Maine with Richard Byrne, Bob Sprankle and Kern Kelley. Please refer to the podcast shownotes for referenced links!

Show Notes:

  1. The K-12 Online Conference (K12Online Ning2009 Conference Schedule)
  2. Proper Microphone Placement by Adam Weiss
  3. My Technology 4 Teachers (T4T) Course Curriculum
  4. FAQ for Oklahoma SDE 1:1 ARRA Grant (Due 15 January 2010)
  5. Storychasers’ Mobile Learning Collaborative
  6. It is About Time: Getting Our Values Around Copyright by Larry Lessig (on Blip.tv)
  7. Implications of Radical Change to Cultural Access (My notes on Dr. Lessig’s EduCause 2009 presentation)
  8. Association of Computer Technology Educators of Maine (ACTEM)
  9. Podcast334: One to One Learning with Open Source Netbooks is Practical, Affordable and Powerful – Learn Why (includes another ACTEM Conference interview with Warren Luebkeman, co-founder of the Open 1:1 Nonprofit organization)
  10. Podcast of Digital Magic Tricks (Bob Sprankle’s recording of my ACTEM ’09 breakout)
  11. Free Tech 4 Teachers: Blog of Richard Byrne
  12. Bit by Bit: Blog of Bob Sprankle
  13. The Tech Curve: Blog of Kern Kelly
  14. Marco Torres

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