5 posts categorized "Podcasting"

December 04, 2012

Nominated for an Eddie in 2012

Nominated for an EddieBernie Goldbach in LSAD-Clonmel | Image from #eddies12.

I AM SURPRISED to receive a nomination in the podcasting category of the Edublog Awards for 2012 (#eddies12) because I was trying to keep this blog and its podcast off the radar. I have not succeeded.

The Educasting channel will become part of iTunes U in 2013 if creative multimedia students in the Limerick School of Art and Design complete a series of taskings in several academic modules. At the moment, Educasting from Ireland remains a work in progress. But friends in the Audioboo listening community are telling friends about it and those friends are visiting the site and that's causing me to accelerate the work needed to make the site actually worth a visit (or a vote).

The sweet spot for Educasting from Ireland is powered by an Audioboo channel called Educasting. It's where I hope visitors will go, subscribe and contribute. The Audioboo community is the most refreshing example of real social media and they have proven to me that authentic online social networking happens through social audio.


You can vote for Educasting from Ireland at http://edublogawards.com/2012awards/best-podcasts-for-educators-and-teachers-in-2012/

Bernie Goldbach teaches podcasting to university students in Ireland.

August 05, 2006

New Podcast Listener

If you are a new podcast listener, you should review the list of podcasts recommended by Conn O Muineachain and consider some of those as your first (free) subscriptions. Better yet, listen to Imeall #151 and hear Conn explain what works for him. Conn's recommendations could easily be those of all seasoned Irish podcasters.

Conn O Muineachain --  "Imeall #151: Gan iPod - Ach Fón!"


August 03, 2006

Why we transcribe on the fly

David Pogue explains [9-minute MP3 file] why the Q&A portion of lectures on four modules in the multimedia degree programme at Tipperary Institute will be transcribed on-the-fly during classes. Briefly, it's simple to do with Dragon Naturally Speaking.

July 19, 2006

Goldbach, Math, Podcast

SOMETHING TRIGGERED the Podcast.net directory to include Irish educasts in the "math" category. It's probably because some of our podcasts refer to maths at third level and that means they fit into the Science & Nature/Math directories. Or maybe it's the name of the producer? Christian Goldbach was a great mathematician. Perhaps the ID3 tags on some educasts suggest a mathematical orientation.

Subscribe to maths podcasts. See Irish educasts dealing with math and science.

July 17, 2006

A Series of Tubes

Underfloor leads from the boilerSENATOR TED STEVENS provides the inspiration for Educast 60 [13.7 MB MP3 file] as we talk about jobs in 2010, courses in 2007, jobs for multimedia graduates, and 10 reasons to buy The Long Tail. More on the shownotes at podcasting.ie or at our Podshow site.

Picture of the tubes that our internet arrives in.


Essential Educasting Topics

  • #blogging Ryan Tubridy
  • #ictedu
  • #travel on the M8
  • #measureit
  • #retro
  • #NYC Manhattanhenge
  • #language Shola
  • EoghanJennings
  • Recorded at ICT in Education Conference
  • #purposed
  • #egfdell video
  • #journal
  • #resources Free apps like @evernote
  • #ictedu Biros and Webcams
  • @Documentally @MyDolans
  • #event George Lee Opens Pop-Up Bank
  • #news
  • Anti-terrorist Tags
  • #trend Mifi
  • #queensvisit
  • Rock of Cashel
  • #analytics Matt Cutts
  • Road Closed for #QueensVisit
  • #mash2011

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