Articles Posted in the " Podcast " Category

  • Presentation: Collaborative Tools for Research

    Presentation:  Collaborative Tools for Research

    On Tuesday, I gave a presentation on using collaborative tools as an integrated part of our research processes.  I recorded that presentation, and have it available here as the 22nd podcast in my series here. I broke the presentation into...


  • The Google Voice Podcast (Recorded ON Google Voice)

    The Google Voice Podcast (Recorded ON Google Voice)

    Aaron Aiken called me, and we talked about the Google Voice experience.  We talked about the experience on each side of the phone-call.  He called, and I ignored, and received his voice mail. The important thing to remember here is,...


  • New/Social Media in Business Education

    New/Social Media
 in Business Education

    I gave a presentation last month to the Advisory Board here on campus for our Business School.  I thought I would share the presentation and also the talk as recorded that morning. I welcome any thoughts you might have on...


  • PODCAST: Students and Civil Liberties

    PODCAST:  Students and Civil Liberties

    This podcast took off from a conversation a few of us were having in Twitter.  Cumberland Valley High School was having another “non-emergency lock down” so that police could conduct another drug-dog sweep.  I started asking in Twitter what people...


  • “Are you ‘Hip to that Beat'” at the TLT Symposium

    “Are you ‘Hip to that Beat'” at the TLT Symposium

    As I mentioned previously, I gave a presentation at the 2008 TLT Symposium, discussing Social Networking with “non-traditional students.”  In that presentation, I talked a bit about what exactly is a non-traditional student, and what it means to have “social...


  • Cumberland Valley Teachers are “Unreasonable”

    Cumberland Valley Teachers are “Unreasonable”

    Let’s be fair here. Teachers deserve more pay. Okay. Here in the Cumberland Valley School District, The school board made several reasonable (and some would say, beyond reasonable) offers. Higher than COLA pay raises. Lower than average health care costs...


  • Matthew visits China

    Matthew visits China

    My son put together a project for his history class. He had to do something that reflected some aspect of China. He decided to “visit” China and watch some ping-pong tournaments. The avid listener and follower will know that he...


  • The Brothers Chat Again!

    The Brothers Chat Again!

    My brother (the Targuman) and I have another chat. We briefly chat about the YouTube video that I blogged on previously, and then move on to talk about the Mac Air. As a starting point we talk about the critique...


  • My presentation at CSCMP Educators Conference

    My presentation at CSCMP Educators Conference

    I presented my paper on Podcasting in Supply Chain Education. The paper received the “Teaching Innovation Award” for best paper in teaching innovations. From the paper: “Podcasting” has taken the technological and hobbyist worlds by storm, allowing for the creation...


  • An interview with Justin Kownacki

    An interview with Justin Kownacki

    Recorded at Podcamp Pittsburgh 2 in August of 2007, this interview covers why he decided to help start a Podcamp in Pittsburgh (“the need to instigate.”) We take a few minutes to talk about how friendly Pittsburgh happens to be,...