Moving at the Speed of Creativity Podcast

“Where media literacy and digital storytelling intersect and change the world”

Podcast Description: Moving at the Speed of Creativity podcasts focus on digital creativity, media literacy, digital literacy, digital citizenship, instructional technology integration and engaged learning both inside and outside the classroom.


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Wesley Fryer has been producing the free “Moving at the Speed of Creativity Podcast” since 2005. The podcast primarily focuses on media literacy and digital storytelling, but often includes episodes related to educational technology, history, science, or other educational topics.

All past “Moving at the Speed of Creativity” podcast episodes are archived, dating back to August 2005.

In addition to this podcast, most weeks you can listen to Wes on “The EdTech Situation Room” podcast with Jason Neiffer! Other links to publications by Wes are also available.

Through 2017, Wesley published and maintained the “Fuel for Educational Change Agents” podcast, which includes no-edit and lightly edited audio recordings of conference presentations, keynotes and workshops related to educational technology topics.

More ways to connect with Dr. Wesley Fryer are available on

Video Set for Episode 02 (Tables) by Racum, on Flickr
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2 responses to “Moving at the Speed of Creativity Podcast”

  1. […] on your iPhone, along with CBC Ideas, HBR Ideacast (great stuff for school and system leaders), Moving at the Speed of Creativity with Wes Fryer (once listened to these every commute – learned a ton from Wes), CBC […]

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