Today we're going to be discussing podcasts and how you can use them in your classroom. This is an audio podcast example completed using iPadio.. Podcasts can take the form of audio, video or text. We're going to explore the uses as well as the requirements needed to bring podcasts into your classroom.
One of the least known, under produced podcasts to ever hit the Pod-o-sphere has come to an end; known as “Section 229” or “431” or...actually, I really can’t remember...Mathew joins me to talk about his dismal ratings, low subscriber numbers and why I’m so much better than he is.
by The Mike The Janitor Experience
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Tags: mike the janitor, inversion, therapy
Mike The Janitor is all over the road with this podcast. He should probably not record podcasts right when he wakes up. Then again, maybe he should because this one is kind of funny. Kind of.
by LostTrailRunner Podcast
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Tags: Run, Runner, Running
Can't believe that I have done 90 of these short little podcasts. This was after a run on the trails, roads & trails at Stone Mountain a couple of days ago. Thanks for listening to my ramblings. The intro music is "Hardwired" and the outro is "ComingDown", both from Digitaljuice. This podcast was recorded using a Zoom H1 Handy Recorder. You can leave comments at any of these locations: Facebook: LostTrailRunner Podcast website: losttrailrunner.com e-mail ID: email@example.com
by The Millnet Channel
Tags: big bang, ediscovery, edisclosure
In the second of four new podcasts, Chris Dale of the e-Disclosure Information Project (pictured) and Millnet's Charles Holloway discuss what impact the new disclosure rules, which come into force in April 2013, will have upon cost management and budgets.
With attribution to Douglas Adams; today is my last day working on the project that I’ve been working on for the past couple of years; and likely the last time I’ll work in the office that I’ve been working at for the past twenty-one. Today I’m talking personal career “gobbly goop” with you, and I must warn you it’s a long winded ramble. I’m going to be cutting back on the frequency of my Intervals podcasts (at least for awhile) and I move on to the next chapter in my professional life!