Open House and Prep for Earthcast 2010 - http://earthbridges.net/
This is my brief audio file introduction. It is great to be on board! - SpEdTeach2
Despite several computer glitches and other related technical challenges, all participants declared that the show was a huge success.
Here is the edited version submitted for your perusal and listening pleasure...Enjoy!!
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Show Notes: - Interncast #3
Due to my speaker not being muted, and another pc running the Ustream channel in the same room, there was some amount of feedback.
The Theme of this Interncast could best be described as “Music Fever.”
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.
Cricket, lovely cricket!!!!!!
Show Notes - Interview with Shelly-Daly-Ramdyhan
Our special guest in today's interview was Shelly Daly-Ramdyhan, Lawn Tennis Star, Coach, and Co-ordinator, Guyana, South America.
We discussed matters ranging from Shelly's rise to stardom in the tennis arena to her passion for cooking as well as her recent experience as a tourist in Spain and New York.
This is an audio recording of an impromptu conversation I had on Skype along with three other participants. It was simultaneously aired on Ustream.tv.
We briefly discussed topics ranging from website hosting, community development in Brooklyn, poverty reduction in Guyana, South America, as well as a recent church visit to the White House.
Grateful for your questions, comments and/or suggestions.
Links: Ustream.tv: http://u.nu/5qkr3
I was not satisfied with the quality of the audio of the interviewee, and as a result edited the recording.
Here is the edited version of the conversation submitted for review.
Music used in recording: Duckett - Wired But Disconnected - ccmixter.org/files/duckett/17456
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.
Let me introduce me im a peruvian teacher from Lima Perú and invite you to visit my blog elmundodelaciencia
topics abiut sciences, technology and enviroment
I hope it's not to late to get started and that my technical things are ok. I didn't seem to get the options when I wanted to record in mp3 - maybe this is because I haven't got the beta version.
Looking forward to your comments - as I'm in France, I seem to be sleeping when you're all active and vica versa !!
bye for now
This is an introduction lesson. I'm using a Windows XP laptop, a Lexicon 2 channel mixer, a Sennheiser mic on a boom.
For the assignment where I had to record a conversation with another person, I chose to interview a good friend of mine, Rob Lee, about how he uses drop.io in his high school music classes.
Here is my interview with Vance Stevens. The interview ran 1 hour. There was so much to talk about and I could have listen to Vance for hours.
What I would like to learn is
1. How to Edit - I have posted this interview without editing. Once I have learned how to edit I will go back repost the interview
2. How to divide the interview into smaller chunks.
Here are the links we talked about in the interview
Chat Log Below
This is my introduction for the 4.1 Class of Webcast Academy.