What are the technology trends in April 2010 which college faculty need to understand and leverage to extend opportunities for student learning? This podcast is a recording of a presentation shared by Wesley Fryer at Northeastern State University in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, on 9 April 2010. This presentation addresses the following topics: Tablets, Cloud Computing, Social Media, Laptops / Mobile Devices, Online Publishing, Multimedia Texts, Online Video, Digital Footprints, Open Licensing / OER, and Visual Communication. Audio from shared videos has been edited out of this podcast recording. Original videos are available in the Google Presentation, linked in the podcast shownotes.

Show Notes:

  1. Presentation slides on SlideShare
  2. Presentation slides on Google Docs (Google Presentation)
  3. How do you feel about students bringing laptops to class? (PollEverywhere survey results)
  4. Wesley Fryer on Twitter

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  1. […] That April 9th presentation is also available as an audio-only podcast. […]

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