Episode 41 of the EdTech TV Podcast looks briefly at Pokemon Go and Instagram stories, and takes a look at California’s Higher Ed secret amongst teachers.
In episode 40 of the EdTech TV Podcast I cover some of the highlights of the CUE conference that took place in March in Palm Springs, CA. I take a specific look at the vendors, the sessions, and the people of CUE.
In episode 38 of the EdTech TV Podcast I look at some (very late) predictions for EdTech in 2016 and introduce voice typing with Google Docs.
In episode 37 of the EdTech TV Podcast I explore some of the current options in interactive videos between EdPuzzle, EduCanon & Zaption. I also look at creating your own qualitative student surveys.
The stylus is as personal and important to users as the digital devices they connect to. They cross the gamut from cheap and simple to prohibitively expensive. While Pencil by FiftyThree is by no means a new stylus on the market – it’s one of the very few that has kept my attention and called my name since its release.
With the launch of the EdTechTV Podcast, my brain has been pointed directly at podcasts, podcasting, and podcasters over the last few weeks. I’ve been a podcast fan for years, and a couple of years ago I did a post on using Downcast as a podcast player.
At that time, Apple had created a terrible standalone Podcast App, which drove me to finding a different player. Apple has since made changes, and podcasts have made a pretty impressive renaissance since two years ago.
Still, in casual conversations with the typical layteacher or even friends and family, it’s clear that most people still don’t really understand podcasts. Most are unclear on how to subscribe to podcasts even if they are interested in listening.
With this in mind, I’ve decided to put together a few short videos on how to subscribe to podcasts whether you want to do it on your computer, your iPhone or iPad, or your Android device.
Subscribe to podcasts using iTunes on your computer:
Subscribe to podcasts using your iPhone or iPad:
Subscribe to podcasts using your Android device:
What’s your preferred player?
I’m always on the lookout for quality podcast players, so if you use something different, let me know below. I’d love to try it out!
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