Edtechroundup announced at BETT

Doug has just announced the launch of Edtechroundup at TeachMeet08 at BETT.

The first EdutechroundUp is hosted by Sinclair Mackenzie and David Noble. They discuss tools for the classroom including www.classtools.net and the problems of online content being blocked in schools.
Joe Dale provides his top 5 reasons to use blogs in class or school.

Direct Link (Right Click to Download) 

Show notes on del.ic.io.us 

10 Responses to Edtechroundup announced at BETT

  1. Mary Cooch says:

    Hi there! Watched the show via the flashmeeting tonight – great stuff! (MM)

  2. […] inaugural show is available via the blog or through an iTunes feed. Sinclair Mackenzie and David Noble are at the […]

  3. […] educational technology-related podcast to come forward. And they came! This post it to announce the inaugural podcast of the EdTechRoundup […]

  4. […] Johnston has flagged up a new podcast EdtechroundUp which sounds as if it might be useful. It has a blog and a […]

  5. […] in schools.  The podcast is now available on iTunes and further information is available on our blog.   If you are interested in joining the ETR group, check out the latest information on […]

  6. […] first podcast is out. This one sees David Noble and Sinclair Mackenzie at the controls with input from Joe Dale. […]

  7. Lisa Stevens says:

    Great – just listened to the first podcast and been playing with http://www.classtools.net whilst I did so! Heard of it before but never actually played so thanks for reminding me!
    Lisa xx

  8. […] ClassTools.net is a really cool (free!) website that you can use to add even more spice to your lessons using ‘Flash’. It includes the random ‘Name selector’ that Ewan uses during the increasingly popular TeachMeets. It was also discussed in the first EdTech-round-up podcast. […]

  9. Kristian Still says:

    Good work gents. There is a lot of ICT goodness. Love the outro!

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