Posted by blk1 on 6th September 2007
One of the fun podcasts I have in my Bloglines is called One Minute How-to and the host invites folks to come on and discuss something, anything really, in about a minute. The topics are all over the place and really insightful.
This is the brief overview of the site by George Smyth:
The One Minute How-To is your podcast. Each episode features someone just like you who explains how to do something. The catch is that the participant is only given 60 seconds. This means that they need to get right to the point, but isn’t that a good thing?
Here are two that I saved:
Peace (in brevity),
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Posted by blk1 on 12th July 2007
Bring in a photo and see where this goes…
By dogtrax on Technology Resources
James shows us how to use VoiceThread on Edublogs (I should have asked how to do this weeks ago) and other flash-based programs, so I am giving it a try. (here is the tutorial, by the way)
And you can try something too – add your voice to my thread (you will need to register for voicethread to do so, however). This was an experiment that I posted via Classroom 2.0.
Did it work?
Peace (with flash),
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