This evening I participated in the wonderful, weekly Techlandia Podcast. Techlandia Podcast (@techlandiacast) is a weekly Google Hangout hosted by Curt Rees (@CurtRees), Alison Anderson (@tedrosececi) and Jon Samuelson (@ipadsammy) which is published as a weekly audio podcast. The YouTube recording of our conversation is 69 minutes long.

The iOS apps I mentioned in the show were all audio apps:

  1. AudioBoo Classic
  2. Spreaker
  3. Bossjock Studio
  4. Narrable
  5. Recordium

These are the three Twitter users I mentioned and recommend following:

  1. @joycevalenza Joyce Valenza (Teacher/Librarian in Pennsylvania)
  2. @techsavvyteach Jason Neiffer (Montana teacher & virtual schools director)
  3. @Blankenship_S – Shawn Blankenship (Oklahoma Principal)

I also mentioned the collaborative music creation website JamWithChrome, and the possibility of converting a PDF created with the iPad app Book Creator into an A5 size PDF, and then printing it on Lulu. See the example: Our Favorite Books!

Thanks to Curt, Alison, and Jon for the chance to visit tonight! If you’re not already, subscribe to the Techlandia Podcast!

I also included a shout-out to Joyce Valenza’s wonderful keynote for the 2009 K-12 Online Conference in the “Getting Started” strand, “The Wizard of Apps.” If you haven’t seen this presentation, you need to!

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