Podcast talk-fest at Create World 2008

By Kate Foy
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I spent a few days recently at the Apple University Consortium (AUC) Create World held at Griffith U in Brisbane Australia. I was part of a podcast team headed by Allan Carrington and Ian Green from Adelaide University.

I managed to get some interviews with various presenters and participants in conference sessions, and thought I’d link to the interviews that I did right here.

  • The Importance of Being Earmarked. Brett Muray talks about crafting an interactive theatre piece where a ‘booby-trapped’ set responded to light, movement and sound.
  • iTunesU: the growing fan club. Lorraine Harker on the good stuff about using one of Apple’s new services for higher education in Australia and NZ.
  • Second Life as an arts education environment. Jason Zagami on the results of a study into the use of Second Life to teach arts concepts to pre-service primary school teachers.
  • Gaming? Consider the Possibilities. Luke Toop talks about the way online games can be turned into learning environments.
  • Cinematic Theatre. Marwell Presents (Steven Maxwell and Brad Jennings) talk about their productions and the conventions used in what they call ‘cinematic theatre’ or the blending of live action and video.
  • Using iWeb as a tool for e-portfolios. Jenny Mundey talks about the way pre-professionals in training can prepare their portfolios to show their ability to reflect upon their professions-to be.

There are lots more of course done by Allan and Ian as well as from Cat Hope from Edith Cowan University in WA. Check out the podcast program of AUC Create World 2008 blogsite here.

It was a talk-fest all right, just the way a conference should be. Why not extend the chat. Add your ideas and comments on the blog or as they say, ‘Be part of the wisdom.’

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