18 September 2011
This week’s podcast is a lot better than last week’s, thank goodness! Doug Belshaw, Dai Barnes, Pete Bell and Nick Dennis were around on Skype to discuss the TEDxLondon event and the launch of DML ‘badges’.
We mentioned Google Art Project right at the end of the discussion but Call Recorder for Skype managed to cut that off. Sorry.
11 September 2011
The should-know-better award goes to Doug Belshaw this week, who managed to not only get kicked out of Google+ several times, but also managed to record everyone else *except* himself.
As a result, this is a much shorter podcast than usual. Our apologies, we’ll be back to normal (or what substitutes for ‘normal’) soon!
10 September 2011
We missed a couple of weeks (apologies!) due to various commitments. In addition, this week’s recording is both amusing and frustrating. Amusing due to the fun we had putting it together; frustrating in that the audio recording dropped due to Camtasia being more-than-averagely flaky on Dai’s Mac.
Oh well, you can’t win them all. 🙂
14 August 2011
Since we’ve relaunched we’ve had different and new people joining us each week on the Google+ hangout, which is great. This week we had Darren, Marc, Nick and Debs sharing their thoughts and opinions on a range of things including Open Badges (again!), Dropbox alternatives and ‘flipped’ classrooms.
Notes (links and quotations) are below for further investigation:
12 August 2011
We had a problem with capturing the audio last time around when Doug tried to not only record but stream out the audio. This week we not only managed to sort it properly (thanks Dai!) and also captured the links. Epic win.
Our weekly Sunday night discussions will once again go out as ‘EdTechRoundUp Weekly’. This episode is therefore #84.
31 July 2011
In preparation for a full re-launch in September 2011 we’ve starting meeting up again in Google+ on Sunday evenings at 20.00 BST (GMT+1) to discuss all things related to educational technology and e-learning.
As a bit of experiment we recorded last week’s Google+ Hangout and have added it to the podcast feed. We’re aware of some quality issues but we’d love to hear your feedback!
4 October 2010
This week’s meeting was a small group discussion between a number of regulars looking at embedding ICT at KS3 or the use of discrete lessons, the impact of 1:1 with mobile devices, the further development of etherpad, giving students cameras to record where they learn, classdroid and apps for android phones.
Collated the links from this week’s meeting are available via our Diigo account.
Here’s a link to the relevant ETRU wiki page for this week’s meeting.
The music sample in the podcast is taken from Alice Russell’s ‘What We Want’