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Academy Session 2.2.4

Collaborative Agenda for Webcast Academy Meeting 2.2.4

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Agenda

  a) checking audio levels before showtime
                (From Lisa P. - I would love to learn how to adjust audio levels during a show.  I tried and tried but...)

  b)  options beyond a skype conference - Skypecast, Talkshoe, Elluminate, teleconferences, etc.

  c) webcasting possibilities after the academy - how do we start our own show & where do we do it (worldbridges, edtechtalk, etc)?
       see webcastacademy.net/domains for a list of Worldbridges domains waiting to be developing into webcasting communities

  d) adding music while editing & during a live show

  e) how is this financed, do we have to pay someone something, what are a graduate's ongoing contributions or responsibilities to the community?


Cables and audio and skype OH MY!
Cables and audio and skype OH MY!
Cables and audio and skype OH MY!

We're off to finally webcast in the wonderful land of Worldbridges!......

We are all winding down and winding up in the fourth week of Webcast Academy. I have to tell you, that on Monday when I had to work all day, from 7 am to 7 pm, when I finally had a chance to open skype and wait for my WCA messages, there were 322! What a great way to keep in touch and check out what is happening from the wonderful Open Source Learning 2.0 community. Jose R said it best, for me anyway, thanks Jose!
    I think I first heard the term; "Open Source Learning" in chat in the Webcast Academy.  I thought I knew what it was. I figured it referred to us choose what content we wanted to learn on the internet.  I heard Will Richardson refer to ideas on the Read-Write Web and the like.  I also keep up with other superbloggers like Wesley Fryer, Miguel Ghulin, David Warlick, Christopher Sessums, Steven Downes just to name a few.  I even particpated in K12Online last year and Web Heads in Action Online Conference this year along with Necc2007 not to mention everything happening at edtechtalk.  Nevertheless understanding comes through the practice or application and not theory.  Not until Webcast Academy did I begin to understand Open Source Learning. It just all clicked today.  I got a call from Kevin Sandridge a teacher in central Florida, we had a long talk about web 2.0 and implications for Second Language Learners, Yesterday Susan was asking about classes to recruit for youthbridges. I had a conversation with Chris Craft about a project on digital storytelling on Friday.  And Today it just came all together.  Dennis was uploading his file to Webcast Academy. It didn't show up in the flash player.  I thought I would help out.  How hard could it be.  80 minutes later with Susan patiently waiting on the sidelines we defeated the audacity gremlins and sucessfully uploaded the file.  I felt great and was happy to be able to contribute.  Open Source Learning means building on collective knowledge.  NOW, I've GOT IT!  

So, in the spirit of Open Source Learning and Learning 2.0 , Susan, Jeff and I would like to include you in making the agenda for Meeting #4.
Susan, Jeff and I would like to include you in making the agenda for Meeting #4.
In the curriculum it indicates that we should be talking about advance editing, adding music at the beginning or end, or both ..... We would also like to address any little things that may be wandering around in cyberspace. Please email us, or put a message in the Forum or in the WCA chat on skype. The first Webcast Academy graduated added a page to the book of webcasting for our open source agenda. Created a page for 2.2.4 at: ( If two people try to edit it at the same time, whoever clicks first will have their version saved, the other will get a message that the page has been edited but will still have their changes visible, so they can copy, reload, and paste .)


  



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