During the recording of this show, I had several pc issues plus the quality of the phone service of the interviewee, who was in Atlanta, was at times not the greatest.Despite these issues we managed to get the show on the road.Overall, it proved to be very interesting indeed.
The second interview is with Rick Reo, an Instructional Designer at George Mason University and fellow 4.1 classmate. He's interested in the use of Web 2.0 technologies and Open Educational Resources in enhancing education. An interesting discussion, and the audio was better--a little echo in the beginning that Jeff managed to fix!
This is the first of two interviews I conducted in October. It took me a while to get the audio up here because I had to do some serious editing in audacity :-). My audio was clear, but in both cases the interviewee's audio was weak.
Another edition of "Student Tech Talk." Listen to a small group of students talk a little bit about politics and educational technology. This is a group of students that I'm hoping will continue with the world of webcasting as they move into high school next year. If you listen to them I'll think you'll agree that they have some pretty awesome webcasting skills!!