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MED7007: Blogging and social capital
Interview with David Sasaki of Rising Voices #media140
btw the blogs I'm talking about is development.thinkaboutit.eu, ecowar.blogspot.com and benno.newsvine.com.
HAH that was fun! And 1st lesson is: 5 minutes only :-)
FAQ: should there be restrictions placed on content?
That's What I'm Going To Use Audioboo For!!!
Get a Teenager to Blog on Your Site
Thanks so much for your kind words about our session - we love your audio boos and more importantly your hair!!! x
I've just done a quick audioboo about CybHer too - and like you I was impressed with the satchels and the bra fitting ;-)
Hi there! I hope you don't mind but I've used your audio on my site about women bloggers, based on those who spoke at or attended Cybher, as it's a nice summary. You'll find it here: http://ladieswotblog.co.uk/2012/04/01/cybher/ You were also sat next to me during the final session on ethics - spooky!
Boo-blogging 2: impressions, challenges, good feelings
*audio fail* Boo To Self: Stop Trying To Write For "The One"
Wow. That's a quality ZX Spectrum sound effect loop I'm buried under. It's happened before with the MicroMemo and 1st Gen iPod Touch. Sometimes you have to quit all the apps, plug in the mic, start AudioBoo, record a bit, turn on the MicroMemo speaker, listen back. 50/50 success rate. If anyone knows what makes it work or not I'd love to know. At the moment I'm stuck with hefty soundchecks, which I forgot this time. And while I'm at it, how come the same mic setup that produces wonderful, crisp audio in AudioBoo gives me low-level distorted crap in Voxie and Fring? Is there some sort of mic/line level switch in the software? Preamp settings? Can't figure it out.
are you playing pacman while playing this? - or manic miner?
ouch - mic not plugged in properly i don't think mate --- or you forgot to get out of the microwave?
blogging A to Z
A to Z in April
Kath Latham, winner of Best Sports Blog at the Wales Blog Awards 2010
FoodBloggerConnect.com - POTLUCK III
How may ICT in basic education help reach global development goals?
During her visit at Norad in Oslo, Norway on 9 May 2014 Rosalind Gater talked about the UK Department for International Development's...
Audio Comment: A Disturbing Trend
The original post I am commenting on is here: http://puttylike.com/a-disturbing-trend-in-the-blogosphere/
Business Blogging Sins No 1
The 7 deadly sins of business blogging. No 1 - not having a clear purpose
#FAQ: What do you ask students to blog about?
Thanks - nice to hear of someone else's experiences too. Since I first started the students have to blog on lots of different parts of their course, which results in lots of blogs they then abandon. This year however a number have continued with their blog from online journalism, which is a good sign,
hi i just discovered and joined audio boo and found you and this post and was quite interested in the topic. i teach a fully online master's level course "intro to online teaching" and have used blogging as a metacognitive journaling activity in the course for 3 years now. (here is a prezi about my course fyi http://prezi.com/yyzcr9_btox6/teaching-learning-in-the-cloud/) Blogging is a required component of the course. they are required to reflect on their learning and to provide me with descriptive feedback on their learning experiences in the course. they are given specific guiding questions or each blogging assignment (1 per week/2 per module) and they must self assess their own posts based on a rubric http://etap687.edublogs.org/2008/06/02/reflections-blog-post-grading-rubric/ They have freedom to blog about whatever they like, but they do have to address in some way the guiding questions in at least one of their posts. They read and respond to each others posts and i comment and give them feedback in blog comments and using diigo highlight and comments. I also grade them based on the rubric. the activity is 20% of their grade. I feel very strongly about public blogging. If it is in the course and student access to it is removed at the end of the term then it is NOT a BLOG. The very nature of a blog is that it is yours and public. If we ask students to generate content and then we take away their access to it, how is that student-centered? I want my students to have the experience of developing their public digital voice and to contribute to the living discourse on the social web. I use it for 2 reasons: 1. To get them to make their thinking and learning visible to me. to reflect on their learning, on how they learn and on what they are learning and how they are applying what they are learning and on how what they are learning makes them feel. I want them to apply, defend, refute, assert, support, etc. , what they are thinking, learning, feeling. 2. To provide descriptive feedback to me on the activities and design of the course so that i can understand their experiences in it better and so that i can improve it and my practice. You can browse through my students blogs here http://etap687.edublogs.org/ (I also keep a blog for the course). Current live 2010 student blogs are links on my blog and a selection of blogs from 2009 and 2008 past semesters are also links. The quality of their posts and their insights are astounding. The tone and nature of their posts have a different character than their posts in course discussions. for example: http://joanerickson.edublogs.org/ http://joyquah.edublogs.org/ http://francapponi.edublogs.org/ It's nice to meet you, enjoyed your boo on this topic. : ) alex
kilobox communinqué 001 - The Trouble with Podcasts and Videos When Used for Internal Communications
That's a good idea, and very much appropriate for Boos. Although, i have to acknowledge that Boos aren't suitable for Internal Communications - inside the company - as we'd need to ensure they were never released externally. But the concept of One Minute Interviews is interesting, and could be done in-house on our intranet.
Try @Skyponderer idea about #inoneminute - interviewing in 1 min anyone from your mum to a celeb - like it, but of course now I've got to do one...nothing like creating a rod for your back. Keep up the good work Wedge!
I'm looking for other professional communicators and writers to follow on Boo. I already enjoy conversations on Twitter.com/Wedge
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Our Pan London Social and Peer Group find their summer styles
Pan London Social and Peer Group leader Kimberly chats to Ramsha and Chloe to get their thoughts from a fashion-based group session,...
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