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What Advice Would You Give?

What Advice Would You Give?

Yep, I know a lot about “a lot of stuff” but there lies my problem; as Bill Watterson (Calvin & Hobbes) says: The more you know, the harder it is to take decisive action. Once you become informed, you start seeing complexities and shades of gray. You realize that nothing is as clear and simple as it first appears. Ultimately, knowledge is paralyzing So I need help, advice, on what solutions/options you would recommend for the following scenario. Image by…

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Taking the stress out of talking about podcasting

Taking the stress out of talking about podcasting

After I posted on the stress of talking about podcasting – Zemina Hasham (Senior Director, Client Services for Elluminate) contacted me and “offered to meet up with me to better understand my presentation and share some ideas on how best to include these and minimize my stress!” So yesterday morning we meet up in her Elluminate virtual office, which was very nice of her since she had just flown from Calgary to USA, and was sitting in a hotel room…

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Tools of the Trade

Tools of the Trade

Darren at Drape’s Take did an excellent post today on Why Every Teacher Should Have A Google Account. This is a list of basic tools that I recommend to lecturers: Bookmarking Definitely a bookmarking site is a must. It is so great to be able to bookmark a website online that you can then view from any computer. I just love the fact that where ever I am I can go yes I remember reading an article on a particular…

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The trials and tribulations of a podcaster

The trials and tribulations of a podcaster

I often get asked how long it takes to create my podcasts. Well it all depends on the type of podcast I am creating; is it a video or an audio podcast. My video podcasts normally take considerable time because I like to put lots of images to go with the information whereas audio podcasts are quicker since normally it is just a matter tidying them up a bit. Every now and then you get caught out, what should have…

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Beyond Text: Voice Online

Beyond Text: Voice Online

This week has been full on networking with friends who had come to Perth for the WA Training Forum and meeting new people, one of which was Michael Coghlan. I have to say I am pleased that I had the opportunity to spend time with Michael – not only because he is a nice person – which he is – but it was great to learn from all his knowledge and experience (check out his involvement with New Practise Project…

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