Tomorrow at the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education “Reading Conference: 21st Century Learning Environments” at Rose State College in Midwest City, Oklahoma, I’ll be sharing a breakout session titled, “Technology Trends in Higher Education: September 2010.” I’ve shared both my presentation slides as a Google Presentation and six of the seven videos I may show during the talk on a Google Site wiki page.
In the process of compressing and converting my Keynote presentation into PowerPoint and then uploading to Google Docs, some of my links were switched and some extra links were added to the presentation. I’m not sure why.
For the first time, I’m planning to use a reply message to a PollEverywhere cell phone survey to share the link to my presentation materials.
In the past to do this, I’ve used the free website Contxts.
I like killing two birds with one stone… or in this case, one text message!
The April 2010 version of this presentation is available on SlideShare as a Slidecast, which includes presentation slides synchronized to the recorded session audio.
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