Making presentations for the web - Web 2.0 in Education
I wish the recording from Jordanhill had actually come out OK - in the end something must have happened to the recorder. However, now sitting in the office trying to respeak the presentation I gave I am struck with a horrible conundrum: I don't like the presentation I gave and want to produce a cleaner, better version that is clearer for everyone. The problem? It takes SO much time. This is why I like to write blogs more than produce podcasts - the production values are far lower. Anyway, I'm going to have a late lunch and that will hopefully give me the force to try again and see what comes out.
It might end up being a series of mini-lecture movies, though.
Update: Managed to get it done, all 28MB of it. It can almost certainly do with many changes but it will give an impression for those who were there that day and want to remember the key points. Oh, and does this make my first vodcast?
1. How to make a blog - tools that take you through the simple process
Typepad (One month free, paying thereafter)
2. Modern Foreign Languages Environment - uses for blogging in the languages classroom
3. Skype - for internet telephony and recording conference calls