ETR Weekly #4 – TeachMeet 2009, Google Docs for online reports & ‘digital permanence’

ETR Weekly

We were back to full strength for this week’s FlashMeeting. In addition, it was great to welcome a couple of North American educators into the mix to give their perspective on all this edtech-nical!

This time around we discussed TeachMeet East Midlands 2009, Tom Barrett’s proposal to use Google Docs for online reporting to parents, the idea and importance of ‘digital permanence’, and much more besides. 😀

You can listen to the podcast by subscribing to the RSS feed of this blog in iTunes (see button in sidebar), or by using the embedded player below:

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del.icio.usThe links mentioned in this week’s meeting have been kindly collated by Dai Barnes and are available at del.icio.us

A reminder that planning, contact details and more information is available on the EdTechRoundup wiki, maintained fabulously by Lisa Stevens, the wiki pixie! 🙂

The music sample in the podcast is taken from Alice Russell’s ‘What We Want’

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