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EdTech Talk #9 - With Jeff Cooper

Jeff CoooperEdTech Talk #9 - July 24, 2005 - ed tech assets with Jeff Cooper
Talking about Educational Technology in the classroom, with lots of quick and easy tools with Jeff Cooper

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 This week we are going to talk with Jeff Cooper. He's an active member and part of the online support team at tappedin.org and has been doing ed-tech 'in the field' and experimenting with educational collaboratives for more than a decade. In addition to discussing Tapped In's past, present,and future, we will be talking about different websites that teachers can use to support their teaching, ways to motivate students through the use of technology and some all-round strategies for using ed-tech in the real world.  For some useful background reading, check out Jeff's article in the NETC Circuit.

EdTech Talk #8 - July 20, 2005 - Talking to the Elgg.net Guys

EdTech Talk #8 - July 20, 2005
Discussion with Ben & Dave of Elgg.net
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July 20, 2005  ELGG ROAD MAP

...a great conversation with  Dave Tosh & Ben Werdmuller, developers of elgg.net - a fully customizable learning landscape. For all those interested, we recommend going to their site and either joining their online community or downloading their open source software and taking it for a test drive on

EdTech Talk #7 - July 17, 2005


59:46 minutes (13.68 MB)

EdTech Talk #7 - July 17, 2005
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EdTech Talk#6, part2 - July 10, 2005

 EdTech Talk#6, part2 - July 10, 2005
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EdTech Talk #6 Part 1 - July 10, 2005

EdTech Talk #6 Part 1 - July 10, 2005
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 A discussion with Kevin Davison,  Professor of Education at Mount. St. Vincent University, about the practical side of delivering successful courses online, schools and policy around online education and how gender and age can be important factors when considering the change from paper to digital.

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