Episode 30 To CUE11 And Back in One Piece

To CUE11 And Back in One Piece

In this episode:

We’re Back from #cue11.

Splashtop remote – http://www.splashtop.com/remote – “Enjoy all that your computer has to offer – remotely from your mobile devices. With Splashtop® Remote, you can fully access and control your PC in any way imaginable.”

Doceri – http://doceri.com/ – “Doceri™ is a revolutionary iPad software suite for classrooms, conference rooms, and auditoriums – any place where you give presentations, teach, or collaborate.”

Michael Horn – Disrupting Class – http://books.google.com/books?id=HHKLM5IXlooC&lpg=PP1&dq=Michael%20Horn%20Disrupting&pg=PP1#v=onepage&q&f=false

Robert Craven @digitalroberto – Saddleback Unified School District

Small School Big Tech @ SVCUE

I had the pleasure to present at the SVCUE Teach Through Technology conference at the Harker School in San Jose, CA on Saturday. There were great questions during and after and I really enjoyed it. I promised to post some links, so here they are:

Presentation in Prezi – http://prezi.com/mlsejvlz9pp4/small-school-big-tech-v20-svcue/

Sam Gliksman’s iPad Ning – http://ipadeducators.ning.com/

Jim Klein’s ubermix – http://community.saugususd.org/swattec/page/Linux+on+Netbooks

CUE Macworld 2011: The Teaser Reel

CUE Macworld 2011: The Teaser Reel

We’ve got almost three hours of audio from this year’s amazing CUE Macworld event. Interviews with Mike Lawrence – Executive Director of CUE, Dominic Tremblay – Curriculum Consultant all the way from Canada, Diane Main – Google Certified Teacher and of course Danny and Andrew’s commentary and thoughts on the day.

Once again, Jon Corippo and CUE put on a great educator professional development experience! This is just a taste, more audio to come.

Episode 25 Apps, Apps and More Apps

Episode 25 Apps, Apps and More Apps

In this episode: 

Google Apps just got smarter: introducing the Apps Marketplace’s new EDU category

This week in Docs: Video player in the document list

Use Chrome and Chromium Side-By-Side for Easy Profile Management
Google offering MSI to simplify Chrome enterprise deployment – Google Chrome in the classroom lab

The Best Ways to Tweak Your Search When Google Doesn’t Give You What You Want
– Google Search Lessons Google Web Search – Classroom Lessons and Resources

Google Search from Daniel M. Russell –  http://searchresearch1.blogspot.com/

iPads in Education from Sam Gliksman http://ipadeducators.ning.com

Jim Klein influences Andrew again – How to Turn a Nook Color into an Awesome Android Tablet

CUE at Macworld http://cue.org/macworld

Episode 23 My Cr-48 And Me

Episode 23 My Cr-48 And Me

In this episode:

We talk about the Chrome OS Cr-48 “beta” notebook Google shipped out to Danny and not Andrew. As Christopher Dawson points out, the Cr-48 presents some interesting possibilities for schools, if the price is right. Chrome for Enterprise, finally. MSI files and ADM files, yeah!  Another Google Demo Slam: Epic Docs Animation all done with a Google Presentation.  Danny does yet another presentation – Web Tools for Agricultural Education (hire him, he’s really good). Danny finds a new web based screencasting sight that doesn’t work on the CR-48 – screencastle.com.  Jim Klein’s ubermix has Chrome OS beat! (So says Andrew) and Danny can’t get enough Sesame Street.

Episode 22 “Ummy In The Wind, With iPads”

Episode 22 Ummy in the Wind, With iPads

In this episode:

We discuss Andrew’s visit with Avery Middle School and their 1:1 iPad implementation. Their IT Director, Michael Wells is moving his school into the future in a very cool way. Our favorite web 2.0 services are starting to offer more formal (and possibly limited) Education accounts. Danny covers the Google EdTech News of the past few weeks, eBooks being the big story this week. No, its not windy in studio, once again, we have audio fun as Andrew breaths heavily into the mic during the whole podcast and Danny goes all Cylon near the end. Enjoy!

TED Talk – Sugata Mitra shows how kids teach themselves
GoAnimate Launches Education Accounts http://goanimate4schools.com/ with 100 student limit.
Gloggster has 100 student limit.
Animoto has 50 student limit.

Google Links:
Discover more than 3 million Google eBooks from your choice of booksellers and devices
Skitch 1.0 http://goo.gl/NjeP5
Free Graphics and Media for Camtasia Studio http://goo.gl/USRfA from TechSmith
Shape connectors have arrived in Google drawings http://goo.gl/KWSGa
Send as Santa – http://www.sendacallfromsanta.com/
Google Teacher Academy Australia http://www.google.com/educators/gta.html
Google Chrome Speed Tests http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCgQDjiotG0
Chrome OS and the Chrome Notebook  (Application for trial)
Chrome Web Store https://chrome.google.com/webstore
Google Cloud Print Now Open for Chrome Dev on Windows http://goo.gl/KTUIr