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Favorite Favorite Lists | This American Life
Listen to some great non-fiction storytelling - start w/these lists of memorable This American Life
podcasts  from twitter
july 2013 by katieday
Talk radio, podcasts and live radio on demand in 1 mobile app | Stitcher Smart Radio
"Stitcher is the leader in Internet Radio for the world beyond music. We deliver the latest news, politics, sports, business and entertainment on-demand to listeners on their mobile phones. The Stitcher app has been downloaded over 5 million times and offers the best programming from thousands of content providers including NPR, Fox and CNN. Stitcher is available for iPhone, Android and iPad and is being integrated directly into new Ford and GM vehicles.

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internet  radio  podcasts  from delicious
december 2012 by katieday
iTunes - Podcasts - Blackwell Online Podcasts by Blackwell Online/George Miller
"The Blackwell Online podcasts bring a fantastic selection of free in-depth author interviews straight to your PC. Packed full with over 30 minutes of insight into some of the most fascinating titles available, you'll find a brand new podcast available every two weeks

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podcasts  itunes  authors  interviews  books 
june 2012 by katieday
historypodcast.net - The 20th Century History series
Welcome to the 20th Century History Series Website! The podcasts below are meant to be used as revision for the International Baccalaureate (IB), Advanced Placement Programs (AP), as well as AS and A2, AQA, OCR, Edexcel. They can also be used as support for College Foundation Year, or for general entertainment, if you just enjoy history!
 
The podcasts are free, and are intended as a supplement to regular learning and for general entertainment. They are heavy on historical evidence; numbers, names, dates, events and keywords, which is the basis for writing a solid paper or project.
Created by Kim Sønderborg 
Head of Humanities, IB examiner, Franconian International School, Germany.
podcasts  history  ib_dp  secondary_school 
march 2012 by katieday
What Do Hand-Washing and Financial Illiteracy Have in Common? A New Freakonomics Radio Podcast
Our latest podcast is called “What Do Hand-Washing and Financial Illiteracy Have in Common?” (You can download/subscribe at iTunes, get the RSS feed, listen live via the media player above, or read the transcript below.) It explores the idea that most problems are solved by more education — except when they’re not.
You’ll hear Michael Langberg, chief medical officer at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, talk about why doctors there (and elsewhere) routinely fail to wash their hands despite the evidence suggesting they must:
LANGBERG: There’s something in the human condition that somehow disconnects what is really good evidence from personal choice and habit. And I don’t know why that is. I’m not a psychiatrist; my field is internal medicine. I just have the observation. Physicians are no different.
You’ll also hear National Book Award winner Sherwin Nuland, another doctor, talk about Ignatz Semmelweis‘s discovery of the importance of hand hygiene.
We then turn to the topic of financial literacy, which we’ve written about before. You’ll hear from Alan Krueger, chairman of the White House’s Council of Economic Advisers; and from Krueger’s predecessor, Austan Goolsbee, who talks about the role that Americans’ financial illiteracy played in the Great Recession.
You’ll then hear from two guests who offer up radically different solutions to our financial illiteracy. One is Annamaria Lusardi, an economist at George Washington University, who has spent the past 10 years studying the topic, and believes that education is the way out:
 LUSARDI: In the same way we start people, you know, in school just reading and writing, you know, from the very beginning. We don’t teach literature so that people go on and write “War and Peace,” but we teach it so that people can appreciate a good book.
Next is Lauren Willis, a legal scholar who previously worked at the Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission. She has argued against widespread financial education, recommending instead a new cadre of financial advisers and greater transparency and regulation in the financial industry:
WILLIS: It’s sort of like saying, well we should start teaching everybody to be their own doctor, teaching everyone to be their own mechanic, you know, something like that, terribly inefficient to do that. Not only is it inefficient, but it has this sort of culture of blaming the consumer. You know, you’re the one who didn’t figure this all out.
 
Featured_Radio_Post  Freakonomics_Blog  Freakonomics_Radio  Podcasts  doctors  hand_washing  numeracy  personal_finance  from google
january 2012 by katieday
Historical Podcasts Blog
This is the blog of the Historical Podcasts website, the top website for finding podcasts with an historical theme. As this site has the number one position in Google for 'history podcast' and 'historical podcast', if you know of a history podcast that deserves a bigger audience be sure to let us know
history  podcasts  best_of 
october 2011 by katieday
How 'Radiolab' Is Transforming the Airwaves - NYTimes.com
Radiolab is a science podcast series from National Public Radio in the States that I totally recommend.... addictive listening...
podcasts  science  radio 
april 2011 by katieday
Cities - Radiolab
"In this hour of Radiolab, we take to the street to ask what makes cities tick.

There's no scientific metric for measuring a city's personality. But step out on the sidewalk, and you can see and feel it. Two physicists explain one tidy mathematical formula that they believe holds the key to what drives a city. Yet math can't explain most of the human-scale details that make urban life unique. So we head out in search of what the numbers miss, and meet a reluctant city dweller, a man who's walked 700 feet below Manhattan, and a once-thriving community that's slipping away." Features the work of Geoffrey West
mathematics  physics  cities  theories  podcasts  science  npr 
january 2011 by katieday
Celebrate Change: Conference and Blog
On Monday 22 March, the School Library Association of Victoria hosted a conference entitled “Celebrate Change: Let’s Make the Whole School a Library“.

Now the presentations, links and podcasts from the day are freely available to everyone via the Celebrate Change blog.

It was an extremely stimulating and informative day and delegates and other interested people are welcome to visit the blog to add comments and access presentations.
Professional_learning  Celebrate_Change  Podcasts  Presentations  SLAV  from google
march 2010 by katieday
AudioBoo
iPhone app that lets you upload podcasts recorded on your iPhone
iphone  apps  podcasts  recording  audio  imported_from_delicious 
december 2009 by katieday
BBC - Podcasts - World News For Children
4 minute weekday news bulletin for 7-14 year olds. Accompanying scripts available on the BBC World Class website - bbc.co.uk/worldclass.
digitalgist  podcasts  news  e-sources  kids  international  bbc  imported_from_delicious 
october 2009 by katieday
TTBOOK: Libraries - PRI: To the Best of Our Knowledge - CastRoller
great radio show on libraries, books, reading - Maryanne Wolfe, Ursula Le Guin, Geraldine Brooks, Alberto Manguel
podcasts  books  reading  literacy  literacies  authors  childrens_lit  digitalgist  deep_reading  imported_from_delicious  from twitter
september 2009 by katieday
The Sound of Young America | Maximum Fun
"a public radio show about things that are awesome" -- starring Jesse Thorn
podcasts  comedy  radio  public_radio  imported_from_delicious 
june 2009 by katieday
Podcast tech roundup | ALA TechSource
from someone responsible for posting podcasts.... a list of tools and equipment for capturing good audio....
podcasts  howto  equipment  technology  podcasting  hardware  software  audio  tips  imported_from_delicious 
april 2009 by katieday
Pupils to study Twitter and blogs in primary shake-up | Education | Guardian
The plans have been drawn up by Sir Jim Rose, the former Ofsted chief who was appointed by ministers to overhaul the primary school curriculum, and are due to be published next month. ... The proposals would require: • Children to leave primary school fam
twitter  web2.0  uk  primary_school  curriculum  ict  communication  wikipedia  podcasts  imported_from_delicious 
march 2009 by katieday
The Naked Scientists Online, Science Podcast and Science Radio Show
<,The Naked Scientists are a media-savvy group of physicians and researchers from Cambridge University who use radio, live lectures, and the Internet to strip science down to its bare essentials, and promote it to the general public. Their award winning B
science  teaching  podcasts  audio  physics  biology  chemistry  radio  experiments  imported_from_delicious 
february 2009 by katieday
Internet Archive: Audio Archive
Welcome to the Archive's audio and MP3 library. This library contains over a hundred thousand free digital recordings ranging from alternative news programming, to Grateful Dead concerts, to Old Time Radio shows, to book and poetry readings, to original m
audio  books  radio  podcasts  downloads  free  mp3  directory  onlin  imported_from_delicious 
december 2008 by katieday
podscope - the audio/video search engine
lets you search the spoken word for audio and video that interests you...
search  audio  videos  search_engine  podcasts  imported_from_delicious 
december 2008 by katieday
NPR: Planet Money
a National Public Radio blog devoted to explaining the financial crisis -- its podcasts are particularly good.... highly recommended...
finance  economics  podcasts  audio  NPR  radio  crisis  2008  USA  imported_from_delicious 
october 2008 by katieday
Record Skype Calls Automatically
I’ve recently been conducting phone interviews for a course I’m teaching and wanted a way to record the talks so that students could download them. While I had heard of several good programs for doing this on a Mac, I hadn’t gotten any enthusiastic recommendations for Windows applications. I’ve tested out several methods, and one that I’ve found works well is using Skype’s free computer -to-computer calling along with a free program named Call Graph.

Call Graph detects when you dial into a call and begins recording as soon as the person on the other end picks up. Recording can be paused, restarted, and stopped at any point. The application automatically saves the recording in either an mp3 or wav format when you hang up. Call Graph tags each call with the recipient’s name and tags can easily be added or changed for further indexing. Compatible with Windows and Linux.
Podcasts  from google
september 2008 by katieday
AHS Chemistry Podcasts
I first ran across the idea of podcasting Chemistry lectures about three years ago. Jean-Claude Bradley at Drexel University posted this:A new way to teach. Having an archive of lectures available gives me a lot of added flexibility. This term I have assigned the archived lectures (podcasts and screencasts) and instead of lectures I run workshops during class time. I have the chance to interact one on one with every student who needs help with the specific problems that they have. I can use other modalities such as watch them play games or build molecular models from kits. In other words, I can be a teacher again, instead of a parakeet.He also has a wiki with some links to his own and other university lectures that are podcasted.I'm pretty sure I shared that with the folks in my staff development at some point and probably commented on how at least some university professors were trying to take advantage of some of the new technologies. And I recall a conversation with some folks where I mentioned this and talked about how it allowed the professor to offload the necessary (but routine) parts of his chemistry class so that he could get to the "good stuff" in class; the really interesting parts of Chemistry that he thought would grab the students' attention, but he often never had time for because he had to spend it on delivering the basics. And, as he blogged about, he wasn't worried so much about the attendance factor:Attendance. It seems strange to me almost every article or comment on lecture podcasting assumes that a decreasing attendance is obviously a negative outcome. As educators we should be focusing on education, not counting bodies. If students are doing just as well and not attending class then that tells me that my multimedia channel is effective. This is exactly what I have observed in my online optional classes (using podcasting and screencasting), where attendance dropped to 10-20% by the last lecture.Now flash forward to last year when Brian Hatak, one of the teachers at our school, came to me and said he had heard about these high school chemistry teachers in Woodland Park, Colorado podcasting their chemistry lectures and was wondering if we could do that. After some lengthy discussions about both the technology and the pedagogy, Brian decided to give it a shot this year:Podcasts. Yes, chemistry podcasts.For the past few years, I have felt frustrated with how my classroom was working. I would ask the students to read and they would act like they did, and perhaps some of them did, and then I would lecture over the material on the next class day. It seemed that the students were learning that they did not have to read since I would be covering the exact material in class. Then they would struggle on the homework problems and ask in class and earn average grades on the tests.However, I felt as though I was doing a lot more of the problems then the students were. So, I started looking for a way to fix this.Much like Jean-Claude Bradley at Drexel, Brian decided to try to offload the, umm, sometimes less than exciting (for some students) - but still very necessary - chemistry lecture/information delivery to outside of class. He found that he could "deliver" the necessary information in a relatively compact and cogent form via video podcast/screencast. He could take his time (and this does take some time up front) to fine tune it to make sure he hit all the points he wanted to, yet still take much less time than he used to in class (he's hoping most of the videos will be between 5 and 15 minutes, although a few will undoubtedly be longer). And, the students could watch it - or parts of it - multiple times if they needed to. Instead of frantically writing down notes in class and then later looking at them and understanding step 1 and step 3 but not having any idea of how he got from step 1 to step 3, they now could watch, pause, reflect, and re-watch until they felt pretty comfortable with the material. And, of course, they could come back to it as often as they needed to when they needed to review.Previously Brian had been frustrated - like most teachers - with never having enough time in class. He felt like by the time he got done "covering" the material he didn't have enough time left to effectively answer student questions. He'd send them off to do homework on their own where he wasn't around to help them when they got stuck, and then feel frustrated when he'd have to go over it all again in the next class period. (Note: I think both Brian and I agree that it's not always a bad thing to struggle, but if the material is so difficult that students get frustrated and then give up - and lose their interest in Chemistry - then that's a bad thing.) So Brian decided to try to do almost the exact opposite of what he'd been doing before - have them do the lecture as homework and use class time to work with the students (much like Jean-Claude Bradley at Drexel appears to be doing). He could use class time to work with students in small groups or one-one-one, and also hopefully give him the time to explore some of the more interesting aspects of Chemistry. (Note: Our chemistry classes meet three times a week for 58 minutes on MWF, and then they have a two-hour lab once a week on either Tuesday or Thursday.)Now, we just started school about two weeks ago, so we don't have any definitive results to share yet, but I think this shows a lot of promise. I've embedded one podcast below, but you can also visit Brian's TeacherTube channel to see all of them. He's just getting started, so still getting the hang of how to do this, but I think it's a good start.As he progresses through the school year, Brian's also going to ask students to record some of their lab work and how they work out problems and share that out with the other students. He's really hoping to develop a community of learners, all helping each other - and future Chemistry students - learn the material.I thought this was blogworthy in and of itself, but the story gets just a little bit better. Before the school year even began, Brian received an email from Ben, one of our students that was going to be in Brian's class. Ben had discovered what Brian had already uploaded:I am personally very excited about the way you have decided to use technology to fundamentally change the way you run your class. The way you perceived an issue and saw how technology could be used to effectively address it is a prime example of how the expertise of teachers is key to effectively integrating technology into a class.The screencasts you have a created are available on teachertube, which is a convenient way to view them. However, I thought that it would be even more convenient if your screencast was also a podcast. For this reason, I used several tools to turn the videos you post on teachertube into an iTunes subscribable podcast.At this url, I have created a blog where the videos are reposted. It is the process of reposting that syndicates them into an XML format iTunes or other video podcast readers can understand. They are also available for download individually in a format that can be transferred to an iPod or viewed with Quicktime. The "PODCAST HELP PAGE" link on the sidebar goes to a website I quickly assembled that describes how to subscribe in iTunes, download episodes, or even view online with an iPhone or iPod Touch.One of the reasons I am sending you this email is to make sure that this is acceptable to you. The screencasts are your intellectual property, after all. If it is acceptable, hopefully this will become a valuable way to access the content.Well. Okay. Did I mention that it was still summer when this email came in?Brian shared this with me and I suggested he email Ben so that Ben could teach us exactly how he was doing this (I was curious how he was getting the mp4 to be part of the RSS feed from Blogger so that iTunes would pick up on it) and so that Brian could give him the original mp4's so that Ben didn't have to convert them. Ben emailed us back with the details, and we are going to hopefully meet sometime next week to see what other ideas we might be able to brainstorm to make this work more effectively for the students. Ben has also given Brian rights to the blog so that he can post directly.So give Brian some feedback on his post if you have suggestions (plus you can read about how he's having students use their cell phones instead of purchasing clickers). I'm also hoping Brian will blog soon about how he's modified a Wii to create a homemade - and much less expensive - whiteboard. As for me, I need to go mess up Ben's transcript so that he never graduates. At least he's only a Junior . . .
video  podcasts  student_centered  constructivism  jean_claude_bradley  chemistry  teacher_tube  wii  college  brian_hatak  iTunes  Drexel  screencast  science  clickers  from google
august 2008 by katieday
Learn Chinese - ChinesePod
The best way to learn Chinese. Don't believe us? Ask our 200,000+ registered users, or the 300,000 people who come to ChinesePod every month.
tutorials  podcasts  reference  languages  chinese  learning  audio  imported_from_delicious 
august 2008 by katieday
Widgetbox › Grazr Widget
Do you have a list of favorite blogs or podcasts you want to share with the world? Grazr is a free publishing tool that lets you quickly and easily display RSS, RDF, Atom, and OPML files on any Web page so they can be viewed by any visitor to the site.
blogs  rss  widgets  podcasts  news  imported_from_delicious 
july 2008 by katieday
100 Awesome Youtube Vids for Librarians -- from Accredited Degrees » Features Library & Research »
Watch these vodcasts and recordings to learn about new library tools, interesting literacy campaigns and outreach programs, and even hysterical videos about library stereotypes that are circulating on the Internet.
tutorials  librarians  audio  videos  podcasts  tools  software  libraries  youtube  howto  databases  imported_from_delicious 
july 2008 by katieday
Podcast260: EduBloggerCon 2008, Intellectual Property and Recording: A Conversation with Elaine Roberts of Pearson
At EduBloggerCon 2008 in San Antonio, Texas, on June 28th, some controversy arose regarding the presence of videographers hired by Pearson Education. Steve Hargadon, who was the primary organizer of EduBloggerCon, gave permission to Pearson to attend and videotape many of the sessions pending permission from the presenters and speakers themselves. Today I had an opportunity to interview Dr. Elaine Roberts, the Director of Product Development and Professional Growth for Pearson, about the video recording which took place at EduBloggerCon this year and Pearson’s plan for utilizing this video content. In my view, it is a real compliment that a respected and large educational publishing company like Pearson views the conversations and ideas discussed by educators at EduBloggerCon to be important enough to document and share. If we, as change agents in our schools and communities, want our voices and ideas to gain a broader and more mainstream audience, I think we should embrace opportunities like this to both share our perspectives as well as further educate educational publishing companies themselves. Respecting intellectual property rights is VERY important, and the conversations which took place before, during, and after EduBloggerCon regarding the recording and sharing of ideas are needed. How do we change? Through conversations. Hopefully the opportunity to have Pearson record and share participant perspectives at EduBloggerCon on Friday will lead to more constructive conversations about learning and educational change in the 21st century in the classrooms and educational board rooms around our nation and world. We’ve still had LOTS of great opportunities for “unconference” conversations at NECC 2008, and things are just getting underway here in San Antonio!

Show Notes:

Ewan McIntosh: Edubloggercon’s not an unconference: here’s why
Stephanie Sandifer: EduBloggercon 2008 Reflections
Vinnie Vrotny: Growing Pains at NECC’s EduBloggerCon 08
Tim Stahmer: EduBloggerCon Reflections
Will Richardson: I’ll Be in the Hallway 
Dean Sharesk: EdubloggerCon 2008
Scott McLeod: NECC 2008 - Edubloggercon
All posts indexed by Technorati for EBC08
EduBloggerCon 2008 wiki
NECC 2008 Conference Ning
Pearson Education

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Technorati Tags: ebc08, necc08, necc2008, necc, intellectualproperty, pearson, record, recording, technology, school, change, controversy
blogs  intellectualproperty  podcasts  schoolreform  from google
june 2008 by katieday
Truthdig - Reports - Pico Iyer on Tibet, China and the Dalai Lama
Interview with Pico Iyer, author of “The Open Road: The Global Journey of the Fourteenth Dalai Lama"
podcasts  interviews  dalai_lama  china  tibet  imported_from_delicious 
june 2008 by katieday
Why & How to Build Social Capital Online - Tara Hunt Interview : blog.Mixergy.com
Tara Hunt noticed this and wrote a book called The Whuffie Factor. Whuffie is the word she uses to describe the amount of social capital you have. I recorded a 42-minute interview that you can use as a seminar on how to build your social capital.
social_capital  interviews  podcasts  audio  online  internet  social_software  sociology  imported_from_delicious 
june 2008 by katieday
Podcast256: Internet Safety and Safe Social Networking Presentation for Kingfisher 8th Graders
This podcast is a recording of a presentation shared with approximately 300 eighth grade students in Kingfisher, Oklahoma, on March 26, 2008. Our topics were Internet safety and safe online social networking. I was the final speaker in Kingfisher for a day of presentations focusing on health and safety issues organized by the school counselors in Kingfisher and nearby school districts. It is quite challenging to address 300 eighth graders for almost an hour right after lunch, at the end of their learning day! (Note that in the introduction, the speaker erroneously stated I taught courses at Texas Tech University. That was incorrect. My only higher education teaching experience (to date) was for Wayland Baptist University in Lubbock, Texas.)

Show Notes:

Safe Digital Social Networking (my wiki resources)
Internet Safety for Parents (my wiki resources)
Videos related to Internet safety and social networking (scroll down the page)
School Confiscates Cell Phones After Nude Photos of Junior High Girls Circulate (21 May 2008 - Galveston County, Texas)
Kingfisher Public Schools (Oklahoma)

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Technorati Tags: internet, safety, internetsafety, social, networking, socialnetworking, students, health, school, myspace, youtube
ethics  isafety  mobile  podcasts  socialnetworking  from google
june 2008 by katieday
Lannan Foundation -- audo/video readings -- literature, poetry, etc.
Lannan Foundation is a family foundation dedicated to cultural freedom, diversity and creativity through projects which support exceptional contemporary artists and writers, as well as inspired Native activists in rural indigenous communities.
art  authors  podcasts  videos  audio  interviews  talking_heads  writing  poetry  imported_from_delicious 
april 2008 by katieday
Interview with George Lakoff (2/27/08 podcast by Dave Winer, editor of Scripting News)
Wide-ranging interview with UC-Berkeley linguistics prof George Lakoff, who is one my favorite theorists on metaphor and meaning. Lots of analysis of conservative vs. progressive political frames of meaning.
metaphors  linguistics  language  psychology  politics  philosophy  cognitive_science  podcasts  USA  imported_from_delicious 
april 2008 by katieday
Math247 wiki / K-7 Mathcasts 500 Project
K-7 Mathcasts 500 Project Goal: Create a library of 500+ mathcasts for K-7 math using many student & educator voices.
wikis  mathematics  audio  videos  podcasts  teaching  lesson_ideas  teachers  primary_school  middle_school  imported_from_delicious 
april 2008 by katieday
Brain Science Podcast and Blog with Dr. Ginger Campbell
Regular podcasts and book reviews all relating to the brain and cognitive science
brain  podcasts  psychology  science  blogs  audio  cognitive_science  imported_from_delicious 
march 2008 by katieday
Reading Rockets : Meet the Author
podcasts and video interviews with children's authors and illustrators
interviews  authors  childrens_lit  podcasts  videos  audio  imported_from_delicious 
march 2008 by katieday
Skip the Tuition: 100 Free Podcasts from the Best Colleges in the World | OEDb
Check out these courses from some of the best colleges and universities out there to get a high quality education on the go.
education  online  courses  podcasts  colleges  audio  learning  imported_from_delicious 
february 2008 by katieday
rupublished » a wiki of a presentation by Dean Shareski for Showcase 2008, Canada
Summary of online tools available for publishing students' work, e.g., blogs, podcasts, social bookmarks, etc.
social_software  blogs  wikis  podcasts  teaching  learning  imported_from_delicious 
february 2008 by katieday
SciVee | Pioneering New Modes of Scientific Dissemination
SciVee is an online science community where scientists can make their research known to their fellow peers as well as the general public. (i.e. science TV)
videos  podcasts  science  research  tv  resources  sharing  imported_from_delicious 
february 2008 by katieday
Podcast Library | Open Culture
100s of cultural and educational podcasts ready to load onto your iPod.
audio  podcasts  learning  education  imported_from_delicious 
december 2007 by katieday
Pop!Casts -- video/audio from the annual Pop!Tech conference held in Camden, Maine
Similar to TED talks... e.g., Daniel Pink, Steven Pinker, Daniel Gilbert, Chris Jordan, and many others worth discovering
audio  podcasts  videos  future  technology  education  social_change  global_issues  imported_from_delicious 
december 2007 by katieday
Education Podcast Network (David Warlick / The Landmark Project)
an effort to bring together into one place, the wide range of podcast programming that may be helpful to teachers looking for content to teach with and about, and to explore issues of teaching and learning in the 21st century.
audio  podcasts  curriculum  schools  subject_directory  online  imported_from_delicious 
december 2007 by katieday
Past Podcasts | Podcasts | CBC Radio
Canada Broadcasting's index of what's in its archives and links to podcasts; extensive resource
podcasts  radio  Canada  news  CBC  imported_from_delicious 
december 2007 by katieday
Finding CogSci Podcasts
In case you're wondering ... here are some ways to find nifty cognitive science & other podcasts.Here's a Google search trick I use to find podcasts of interviews with folks whom I'd like to hear: inurl:podcast + "name of person" (in quotes). The command inurl:podcast means that the word "podcast" has to be in the URL, which gives you a good chance that the link will actually lead to a podcast. This does result in some false positives, but it's a pretty reliable search.A search for this: inurl:podcast "david sloan wilson" yields 6 results, including an interview with Wilson on the site of publisher's of his recent book.A search for this inurl:podcast "positive psychology" brings up over 200 results, many of which are interviews with scholars working with positive psychology.Lists of psychology & cogsci podcasts:The British Psychological Society has a Research Digest Blog with some nifty posts. One feature of this blog is a section called "Elsewhere (for when you've had enough of journal articles" (heh) which lists some mainstream (frequently the Manchester Guardian) coverage of psychology & cognitive science, including podcasts.The BPS also has a blog post called Psychology Podcasts: a Clickable List which is a nice list of podcasts about psychology. Christian Jarrett maintains the list and is happy to post new links to the site.This Week in Science features some cognitive science / cognitive psychology; see their list of posts in cognitive science.University of California San Diego faculty member Rafael Nunez has posted entire 80-minute lectures for his Introduction to Cognitive Sci class.Regular readers of the CogSci Librarian will know that these are among my favorites:Ginger Campbell at the Brain Science Podcast covers lots of interesting cognitive science topics, including consciousness, memory, body maps, and more.Natasha Mitchell's All in the Mind podcast covers all kinds of topics, such as intuition, music, and vision, as well as interviews with Daniel Dennett & Steven Pinker.The New York Times "Science Times" podcast often features psych / neuroscience stuff. See New York Times & scroll down to Science Times, or subscribe in iTunes. Blogged with Flock
podcasts  CogSci  from google
november 2007 by katieday
The Vega Science Trust - Freeview Science Programmes
many programs that originally were on the BBC, audio and video, about science and the life of scientists; lots of good material to download for iPod
videos  science  BBC  podcasts  audio  learning  imported_from_delicious 
november 2007 by katieday
ROCKETBOOK Online Study Guides: Watch. Read. Succeed.
Rocketbooks are video study guides that provide summaries and detailed analyses of literary works. Our WikiNotes section offers a new user experience allowing fresh viewpoints and expressions from today's students, educators, and literature enthusiasts to
videos  podcasts  childrens_lit_guides  literature  literature_guides  wikis  classics  imported_from_delicious 
november 2007 by katieday
Walks of a Lifetime - powered by FeedBurner
podcasts from National Geographic Traveler Magazine; a good number of places
podcasts  travel  tools  audio  imported_from_delicious 
november 2007 by katieday
The hot topic: The death of the guidebook? | Travel | The Observer
on the rise of travel podcasts: "Whereas Rough Guides produces guides to listen to as you walk around a destination, Lonely Planet's podcasts are like phone calls from their authors out in the field."
travel  podcasts  audio  tools  imported_from_delicious 
november 2007 by katieday
Apple - iPod - Tour Guide
enter the word "tours" in iTunes Apple Store search and get a huge number of podcasts; see how this form of tourism promotion is growing
audio  Mac  podcasts  travel  tools  imported_from_delicious 
november 2007 by katieday
Podcast203: Empowering and Protecting Tomorrow’s Digital Citizens (with Miguel Guhlin)
This podcast is a recording of a session I co-presented with Miguel Guhlin at the Southwest TechForum in Austin on November 2, 2007. Whether we’re with them or not, today’s young people are venturing into the virtual world, where they face challenges of the sort we could hardly have dreamed of a few decades ago. If we ban new technologies in schools we are not protecting our students from them; we’re simply asking them to venture into this new world alone. Just as adults must help young people learn to drive before setting them loose behind the wheel of a car, we have a responsibility to help our students and children learn how to safely navigate the virtual environments of the 21st Century. In this session we will explore how to be proactive rather than merely defensive, how to reassure community members without ignoring real dangers, and how to help students make the connections and participate in the collaborations that are crucial to digital citizenship today.

SHOWNOTES:

Miguel’s blog, “Around the Corner”
My presentation resources and links related to internet safety, cyberbullying prevention, and safe online social networking

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