T-Mobile customers have been waiting for what seems like years for the cell service provider to give us a 3G data network.Â Verizon Wireless, Sprint, and AT&T have had 3G networks for quite some time, giving us mobile broadband access to the Internet. T-Mobile has finally started the rollout of the 3G network, starting with…
Education has a place in education? Well finally the press is starting to catch on to the benefits for educators and colleges/universities to utilized net based radio to enhance their learning environments. If you need ideas of how to get your class or school on the podcasting bandwagon, please shoot me an email or leave…
Ricky Gervais may have a funny podcast, but would you pay for it? I’m one who believes podcasting should remain free, but hey whatever floats his boat. Check out this story for more information. What are your comments? I’m curious!
At OSU, I’ve been a part of the Grassroots Learning Project. There’s another university launching a podcasting effort that I wanted to spotlight. Virginia will soon be developing podcasts for the university community. Welcome UVA! Story Link
Adam Curry‘s company has launched a service called PDN. What does it mean for the average podcast? It means there’s an easy way to host your podcast online. They pay for bandwidth and hosting and just insert a few ads here and there. For those who want to get up and running, this is a…
I’m following scoble’s lead and trying this brrreeeport thing out. brrreeeport , what do you think?
A couple of fellows across the pond have launched a Podcasting magazine (well e-zine) aimed at both listeners of and producers of podcasts. It looks pretty promising and I’ll bet more publications of this type will follow! Link.
According to this article in the Pittsburg news paper…Educators are looking to technology to reach out to students, especially in higher grades. How can you use technology, specifically podcasts, to better your presentation and further engage audiences? If you want ideas, please email me.
This link provides another good guide to podcasting, in addition the one I wrote before. Let me know if anyone has any other questions… Basically after you have the necessary equipment, it just takes a little time, patience, and elbow grease to get your podcast “on-the-air”.
I just ran across this article which outlines how a teacher is utilzing podcasts to better the educational environment in his classroom. A very cool use of this very cool technology!