EdTechRoundUp Weekly #39 – Video saves the cover teacher!

24 September 2009

ETRU WeeklyThis week’s meeting was led by Dai Barnes. In this week’s meeting we look at taking homework out of the classroom, using video to set cover (including an audio clip from Dai), screencast tools, Pro tools versus simple tools, suggested reading for students on the history of the internet, and a discussion on using mobile devices connected to the internet with the possibilities and difficulties it brings including eSafety.

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Dai Barnes has collated the links from this week’s meeting here.

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’

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EdTechRoundUp Weekly #38 – With extra bits!

14 September 2009

ETRU WeeklyThis week’s meeting was led by Doug Belshaw. In this week’s meeting review the recent ALT-C Conference, professional development credits, templates for eLearning reviews, recent discussions about ETRU on Twitter, discuss BETT 2010, Teachmeets in Sussex / Kent and Ireland as well as EdTechRoundUp regulars appearing on Teachers TV. Some of the items appeared after the normal end to the podcast so we have had to tag it on to the end … keep listening!

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Nobody has collated the links from this week’s meeting yet, but eventually they should appear here.

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’


EdTechRoundUp Weekly #37 – Review and share

14 September 2009

ETRU WeeklyThis week’s meeting was led by Doug Belshaw. In this week’s meeting we talk about using common formats for reviewing tools and syndicating these reviews via the EdTechRoundUp Hub, ETRU TeachMeet and using Boxee or Yahoo! Pipes! to run you own school TV Channel.

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Nobody has collated the links from this week’s meeting yet, but eventually they should appear here.

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’


EdTechRoundUp Weekly #36 – Planning for the year ahead

11 September 2009

ETRU WeeklyThis week’s meeting was led by Doug Belshaw. In the first meeting after the summer holidays we discussed plans for the year ahead and any particular learning objectives, important dates for our diaries, becoming a Director of eLearning and future EdTechRoundUp Specials.

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Nobody has collated the links from this week’s meeting yet, but eventually they should appear here.

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’


EdTechRoundUp Weekly #35 – Blogging for School Trips

11 September 2009

ETRU WeeklyThis week’s meeting was led by Doug Belshaw. In this week’s meeting we looked at HD cameras, blogging for school trips, trying new things in the classroom and Facebook in the classroom : Yes or No.

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Nobody has collated the links from this week’s meeting yet, but eventually they should appear here.

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’


EdTechRoundUp Weekly #34 – Conferences, online collaboration tools, holidays and Student Voice

11 September 2009

ETRU WeeklyThis week’s meeting was led by Joe Dale. In this week’s meeting we summarised some of the recent educational conferences, looked at online collaboration tools such as Wallwisher and Webnote, teacher holidays, Teachers TV and student panels

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Nobody has collated the links from this week’s meeting yet, but eventually they should appear here.

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’


EdTechRoundUp Weekly #33 – Getting more bang for your buck

7 September 2009

ETRU WeeklyThis week’s meeting was led by Dai Barnes. In this week’s meeting we discussed ‘Getting more bang for your buck’. This looked at the pros and cons of purchasing equipment outright vs leasing, buying netbooks and whether or not Linux could be used as a successful and free OS alternative in schools.

Many thanks to Tony Sheppard for grabbing the audio from the FlashMeeting!

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Nobody has collated the links from this week’s meeting yet, but eventually they should appear here.

 

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’