This podcast is a rebroadcast of my presentation today at the Vancouver eLearn 2005 World Conference on eLearning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, & Higher Education. This is a remixed version of my keynote for the TECSIG conference on October 13th, with more of a focus on the implications of podcasting in higher education contexts.
Program Length: 43 min, 29 sec
File size: 10.0 MB
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Show notes for this podcast include:
- eLearn 2005 Vancouver
- “Podcasting as Disruptive Transmediation” October 26, 2005 multimedia presentation
- Additional links to the resources discussed in the keynote address are included in the online presentation, created with S5: A Simple Standards-Based Slide Show System (a free open-source resource)
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