Tag: GenY

  • Twitter Guilt (sort of)

    Feeling slightly guilty … but only slightly. One of my Twitter followers is a schoolboy; we’re an eclectic lot here! His latest tweet, a minute or so after inquiring about the Genius function in iTunes, told us all that he was thanking the deity for headphones. They block out his ‘stupid teacher.’ Yikes! In class,…

  • Day 26: Bring on the Media

    Back to the daily Comment Challenge tasks and I’m hunting down some A-V apps to diversify commenting and make it more dynamic. I’ve had a few words to say over the past week or so on my commenting using Seesmic, so I won’t bang the drum again. If you haven’t read them, just type ‘Seesmic’…

  • Video and Blogging: the chatter increases

    It’s been a while between drinks here on Spinning … . I’ve been engaged in a blogging and life-activity sense elsewhere. Not that I haven’t been busy in the world of e-learning, but it’s been the Clayton’s blogging (blogging you do when not blogging) i.e., tweeting, instant messaging and so on which has been occupying…

  • Turning over the archives: iPods and Podcasting

    I’m often asked to comment on how I use Web 2.0 technologies, including blogs, iPods and podcasting in my teaching and learning projects. I presented on the topic a few times this year at conferences and a phone call this week from someone I met at the AUC Create World conference in Brisbane in late…

  • Getting a presentation together

    The AUC Create World Conference looms! I’m looking forward to this one which kicks off Sunday night November 25 in Brisbane at Griffith U and runs through to November 28. I’m presenting on what I’ve called ‘Permanent Beta’ as it applies to keeping up with the whole Web 2.0 thing as an educator. I’m going…

  • Adios AUC for Another Year or So

    The excesses of the Conference Dinner still fresh in mind, Day 3 began. After 2+ days of concentration, far too much coffee and eyes that started to pack it in from starting at screens small and large, keeping up with the sessions let alone blogging proved something of a strain. As I noted a day…