Welcome to episode seven of the Technology Shopping Cart podcast where educational innovation thrives on the food of creative ideas! This episode was recorded on July 1, 2008, in San Antonio, Texas, at the National Educational Computing Conference. Karen Montgomery and Wesley Fryer were joined by Brad Gessler of Poll Everywhere to discuss mobile applications for learning: Specifically Poll Everywhere and iPhone Web Apps. This is part two in our Cell Phones and Mobile Devices for Learning podcast series. (We apologize it has taken so long to get this second part recorded and posted!) Refer to our podcast shownotes for links to the resources and websites we discuss in this show.

Show Notes:

  1. Referenced links from this episode on our wiki
  2. Poll Everywhere: Easy Audience Polling (via cell phone text messaging / SMS)
  3. Poll Everywhere Mobile
  4. HomeWork Web App
  5. JustUpdate Web App
  6. Phishing (WikiPedia)
  7. AntiPhishing Working Group
  8. iWeather Web App
  9. Google Reader for the iPhone version 2
  10. LatLong iPhone for GeoCaching
  11. iGeoCacher Web App
  12. Podcaster 2.0 Web App
  13. Posterous (the place to post everything)
  14. Mobile pics posted from the top of Eagle’s Peak (Colorado) by Wesley in 2005
  15. iPhone Web Apps
  16. Podcast248: Technology Shopping Cart Podcast06 – Cell Phones and Mobile Devices for Learning (Part 1 of 3)
  17. Homepage of Brad Gessler (co-founder of Poll Everywhere)
  18. Informatics (WikiPedia)
  19. Gomeric Hill: Blog of Karen Montgomery
  20. Thinking Machine: Presentation and Workshop Curriculum of Karen Montgomery
  21. Follow Karen Montgomery on Twitter
  22. Follow Wesley Fryer on Twitter
  23. Top 25 Web Apps for iPhone (Rev2)
  24. Top 10 iPhone Web-Apps (IntoMobile)
  25. Wesley’s iPhone webapp links on del.icio.us
  26. Karen’s iPhone links on del.icio.us

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