Radio EPLT – Episode 8 – Ventures in Learning Technologies

Radio EPLT Episode 8 is now live!

In this episode, we cover everything from NCAA March Madness to Social Media in the Post-Secondary world. So we’re both sporty and educational!

First, we have an interview with David Vogt, instructor for ETEC 522: Ventures in Learning Technologies. He gives the listeners a lot of good information about the course.

Secondly, in episode 5, we discussed K-12 teachers and social media. In this episode, we cover this angle from the post-secondary instructor view.

We’d love your feedback on anything brought up on the episode, or just the podcast in general. Who knows? Maybe it will even get read on the air. Email us at podcast.eplt@ubc.ca

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Just a note that the views expressed in the podcast are those of the hosts, and not necessarily the views of either EPLT or the Faculty of Education at UBC.

More details, including the link to the episode itself and the times for each segment, after the jump.

Radio EPLT – Episode 8 (49:20)

Just play it in the handy web player below.

Segments:

1) Intro

2) Interview with David Vogt – Ventures in Learning Technologies (ETEC 522) (6:35)

ETEC 522 – Ventures in Learning Technologies course outline

3) Social Media in the Post-Secondary World (28:05)

Wired Campus Blog

Chronicle of Higher Education – Social Media Lures Academics

UBC Affairs – Web Strategy & Resources

Crafting a Social Media Policy

Inside Higher Ed – Facebook

Inside Higher Ed – Social Media

University Affairs – Two-Faced Facebook

New York Times – The Professor as an Open Book

SFU Social Media Guidelines

4) What’s Happening in EPLT & Conclusion (46:25)

MVR4 – Vocational Rehabilitation (Online)

HEEL – Human Ecology & Everyday Life (Online)

EDAL – M.Ed in Educational Administration & Leadership (Boundary Bay)

Master of Educational Technology

Application deadline for September 2011 intake is May 15

EPLT Summer Institutes

Investigating Our Practices conference – May 7, 2011

Our theme and bumper music: “The Pharaos Theme” by The Pharaos through a Creative Commons license

Time Warp sound effect courtesy of James Duckett and The Free Sound Project

Next episode is Friday, April 8.