EdTechRoundUp Weekly #86 – ICT curriculum, ALT-C 2011 and more!

10 September 2011

ETRU Weekly

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. 🙂

 


EdTechRoundUp Weekly #63 TeachMeets and more

20 July 2010

ETRU WeeklyThis week’s meeting was led by Dughall McCormick (his first hosting and he does a great job). This weeks meeting TeachMeet Yorkshire and Humberside, ISPs warning broadband customers that they exceeded their download quotas, visualisers, Regional Broadband Consortia and more.

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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’


EdTechRoundUp Weekly #53 – Snow

18 March 2010

ETRU WeeklyThis week’s meeting was led by both Dai Barnes & Doug Belshaw. In this week’s meeting we discussed how we can carry on teaching despite the snow and preparations for BETT.

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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’


EdTechRoundUp Weekly #42

15 November 2009

ETRU WeeklyThis week’s meeting was led by Dai Barnes. In this week’s meeting we talk about the Handheld Learning Conference, visualisers in secondary classrooms, using Adobe Connect for for ETRU, testing how Google Wave could be used by students, how Google Apps can be connected to various systems as well as how students collaborate through other means..

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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’


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 #26 – Jailbreaking iPhones, rolling out WordPress on a national level, and parental engagement

4 May 2009

ETRU WeeklyThis week’s meeting was led by Dai Barnes and Doug Belshaw. Dai began by waxing lyrical about his ‘jailbroken’ iPhone, with others contributing what a wonderful thing it is to be released from the fruit shackles. Our major points for discussion were John Heffernan’s plans to roll out WordPress Multi-User across schools in Ireland, and engaging parents through the use of technology (mainly VLEs, to be fair…) 🙂

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

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Dai Barnes has collated the links from the meeting.

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’