Monthly Archives: October 2006

EDUCAUSE 2006 – Time, Space and History

Edward Ayers, the Dean of the College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Virginia and Will Thomas, the John and Catherine Angle Professor in the Humanities, in the Department of History at the University of … Continue reading

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EDUCAUSE 2006 – Social Software, Teaching and Learning

For my pre-conference seminar I chose to attend Bryan Alexander and Barbara Ganley’s seminar on social software, teaching and learning.  I’ve spoken with Bryan about social software, and seen him present at NLII (now ELI), but I’ve never had the … Continue reading

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EDUCAUSE 2006 – Uncovering the Science in Computer Science: Challenges for the 21st Century

Brian Hawkins started the conference by telling us that more than 7000 people are attending this year. Vinton G. Cerf was our keynote speaker.  Cerf is currently the Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist at Google, but he’s had a … Continue reading

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Testing Podcasts Recorded on an iPod

I wanted to check to see how voice memos recorded on an iPod with the XTremeMac MicroMemo work when creating enhanced podcasts in GarageBand. I recorded the audio in three quick segments.  When I connected the iPod to my computer, … Continue reading

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Info Island in Second Life

I spent some time this weekend going through Second Life.  Most of the time I stay on the NMC Campus, but it’s quiet most of the time and after a while I’m looking for something to do.  So this weekend … Continue reading

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