EdTechRoundUp Weekly #85 – Flipped thinking and more on Open Badges

14 August 2011

ETRU WeeklySince 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.

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EdTechRoundUp Weekly #84 – Mozilla Open Badges and assessment

12 August 2011

ETRU WeeklyWe 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.

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ETR Weekly #2 – How to use audio effectively in education

11 October 2008

ETR WeeklyThis week’s discussion centred around the use of audio – including podcasting – in education. There were a good number of people at the meeting, and some experts in the field, such as Joe Dale and Mark Pentleton.

The agenda for the meeting is available on the ETR wiki, along with a link to a replay of the FlashMeeting itself, if you want the unedited version including video!

Our apologies for not releasing our discussions for a while – we’re busy people! You can listen/view our meetings in between ETR 1 and 2 via the Meetings page on the wiki.

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EdTechRoundup – podcast episode 5

21 May 2008

EdTechRoundup - podcast episode 5The fifth podcast in the series by the EdTechRoundup team is a little different. This time around we’ve recorded a special discussion we had around the subject of VLEs and the Scottish GLOW network during one of our Sunday night FlashMeetings. Everyone is invited to these and the podcast features some of the core members as well as a number of those who had dropped in for the first time.

As a result of the more free-form discussion, the podcast weighs in at around the 55 minute mark. There’s some great insights from Moodle expert Ian Usher and, as always, input from a diverse range of educators. 🙂

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(Intro/outro taken from What We Want! by Alice Russell from her album My Favourite Letters)


EdTechRoundup – podcast episode 3

23 March 2008

PodcastDue to work commitments and other things it’s taken longer than we’d have liked to get the third episode of EdTechroundup’s series of podcasts available for download. This was actually recorded a couple of weeks back and comes in at a shade over half-an-hour. Enjoy! 😀

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This show is very much a battle of the web 2.0 heavyweights, blogs and wikis.

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