June 5, 2007

JALTCALL sig 2007

Filed under: ClassBlog,KG,Podcasting,WEB2.0,Weblog,WELL,writing — advcompkg @ 10:40 pm


JALTCALL SIG 2007, Waseda Univ., Tokyo.


 June 1-3, 2007

HTML Server index 目次

  1. WordPressBlogFieldTrip.jpg <– student’s Blog at Drive HQ, and Abstract of paper, June 3, 2007.,<–mirror infoseek site

  2. Top_Logo.gif Power Point slides in FLASH (swf) – JALT2007.ppt (short) at Drive Headquarters (Flash Point)

  3.   – Uploaded long & Short slideshow EXE files in “MySlideShows.f,”created by Irfanview IrfanView..

  4.  IrfanView (Google Search) IrfanView: PDS creates slideshows from mixed files:[jpg, png, AVI, etc.] in EXE or HTML, like ‘MS-Photostory’ but more handy & versatile!

SlideShare Logo my sliadespace

References and links from Deubel, Patricia (2007). Podcasting: Where’s the Learning? Source: THE Journal June 2007

Podcasts: Where’s the Learning?

Below are the quotes where hyperlinks are embedded.

  1. “The technology is becoming so important that online course management systems, such as Angel Learning, are now incorporating features enabling content providers to include podcasting (Nagel, 2007). “
  2. “At sites that host podcasts, such as or the Education Podcast Network, you can selectively listen to one at a time via your computer or download them to an iPod or any device that can play mp3 files.”
  3. “For managing podcasts, consider using Juice for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux users. Juice is free software, lets you capture and listen to podcasts anytime anywhere, and supports more than 15 languages.”
  4. “Students develop literacy skills as they create podcasts. … David Warlick provides evidence of learning at his Education Podcast Network.”
  5. “In developing podcasts, students become involved with the project method, which is a real-world experience. At Longfellow Middle School in Wisconsin students write storyboards, conference about the content, edit, perform, analyze the raw footage, combine the spoken word with photos or video, work in teams, and meet the class deadlines.”
  6. “With guidance, elementary students can create podcasts. Students at Willowdale Elementary School in Omaha (NE) created Radio WillowWeb, a podcast series for kids.”
  7. “Grade 5 students at Tovashal Elementary School (CA) post what they are learning to ColeyCast, named for their teacher.”
  8. “If students then create their own podcasts, provide a rubric, such as the one developed by Ann Bell at the University of Wisconsin-Stout, so they will know how their work will be critiqued.”

References  (Origiginal hyperlnks were in the wrong. Below are corrected with jpgs, if applicable..)

Column A

  1. Inspiration RubricAnn Bell’s Podcast Rubric

  2. ANGEL LearningAngel Learning Management Suite 7

  3. Automatic Sync Technologies

  4. castingwords podcast transcription servicesCastingWords Transcription Services

  5. Document conversionDO-IT University of Wisconsin-Madison Accessibility Videos and Podcasts

  6. Nuance Dragon Naturally Speaking

  7. epn bannerEducation Podcast Network

  8. Enablr (no images as the site is in PHP) php_logo.gif

  9. Click here to download Express ScribeExpress Scribe

  10. powered by mtgThe Freesound Project (MIT) php_logo.gif

Column B

  1. K12 Handhelds

  2. wordpress-logo.png Jeffrey Frey’s Blog: A Focus on Podcasting Technology Questions

  3. Download Juice, the cross-platform podcast receiverJuice


  5. NCAM HomeMAGpie

  6. Podcast Audio


  8. Site logoSection 508 (US Government)

  9. top-logoWikipedia

  10. Yahoo! Podcasts  Yahoo! Podcasts


  1. Podcasts: Where’s the Learning?
    by Patricia Deubel, Ph.D. (2007)
    Podcasts are becoming popular for educational purposes. Increasingly students in K-12 and in higher education are creating podcasts to demonstrate what they are learning. The technology is becoming so important that online course management systems, such as Angel Learning, are now incorporating features enabling content providers to include podcasting. However, many of those I’ve heard appear to be created by individuals experimenting with the technology and suffer from poor quality in the audio, content, and speaker presentation….
    1. Read Complete Article:
    2. References (p. 3/3)

    Comment by advcomp — June 7, 2007 @ 9:32 pm | Reply

RSS feed for comments on this post. TrackBack URI

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Blog at

%d bloggers like this: