Archive for the ‘highedweb2008’ Category

Visualize the Transcript Visualize the Transcript

Monday, December 29th, 2008

I was just talking to Karen about the podcasting and transcripts. Made me think about how much can be said in 45 minutes. Also made me question the frequency of the words that I use. So, we ran the thing though wordle. Here are the top 50 words from my presentation: Results: Unsurprisingly, “video” was […]

Podcast matrix

Monday, December 1st, 2008

Back at the 2008 HighEdWeb conference we tried to record as many of the sessions as possible. Unfortunatly, there were some technical difficulties and several great presentations were not captured. The table below lists the presentations (almost 30 31 hours of audio) that were recorded. For now the audio is password protected. Once transcripts are […]

UAD 5 – Feedback

Monday, November 3rd, 2008

Just received the audience feedback from my 2008 HighEdWeb presentation and wanted to share. I thank everyone who attended. Got to love that last comment :) Evaluation Summary Averages Conference Track Session Evaluations 2611 551 74 Informed 6.33 +/- 0.90 6.60 +/- 0.66 6.78 +/- 0.53 Delivery 5.85 +/- 1.19 6.16 +/- 0.97 6.50 +/- […]

Goodbye Springfield? Goodbye Springfield?

Wednesday, October 8th, 2008

Currently siting in the Springfield airport, flight is delayed already, but still should leave in time. Randall is on the same flight. And… Traci just showed up! Hurray! The last few days have been really crazy. Unfortunately,  managing the recorders took a lot of time so I missed several of the sessions and most of […]

UAD10: New Initiatives in Web Standards Education

Tuesday, October 7th, 2008

Chris Mills | Developer Relations Manager,Opera Software ASA I had a few chances to talk to Chris and just had to make it to make it to this presentation. Before starting he warns us that he is going to be “impossibly english” for the next 45minutes. Opera’s MAMA project structural search engine has returned some […]

APS9: Webcasting

Tuesday, October 7th, 2008

Joel Doepker | Director of Public Relations and Communications, Ozarks Technical Community College A fellow community college presenter! His background was in TV news, photography and editing. Key Partnerships: Administration (need buy in) Media services (former professionals) Web Services/IT He shows a sample video that they made very recently when the governor came to visit. […]

MMP7: Avatars, Embodiment & Community at a Distance MMP7: Avatars, Embodiment & Community at a Distance

Tuesday, October 7th, 2008

Monica Martinez-Gallagher Multimedia Technologist, Portland Community College Monica was supposed to present yesterday. Unfortunatly she was stuck in Albany, so we switched her  to this morning. I feel a little bad for her. Not only because she was stranded, but also because the Tuesday morning sessions are a little sparse (I, for instance, ws out […]

TPR6: HTTP 201 TPR6: HTTP 201

Monday, October 6th, 2008

Or, What Happens When Your User-Agent Isn’t A Browser? Jason Woodward | Assistant Director of IT, Administrative Computing, Cornell University Uses wireshark to show what headers look like. What is REST? Representational State Transfer Actions are performed independently of other actions. Do something to a resource and tell me if it worked. Demonstrates with a […]

TPR4: Avoiding the JavaScript:void(‘’)

Monday, October 6th, 2008

Building Web Apps That Work Anywhere and Everywhere Jason Pitoniak | Educational Technology Specialist, Rochester Institute of Technology I had to sneak in a little late and the only seat left was near the front. Sorry everyone. Code like it is 1999 Use plain old X(HTML) Follow current standards make sure it works for everyone […]

First set of recording down

Monday, October 6th, 2008

During lunch I went around and downloaded all of the recordings. The ones that were captured, sound great – unforunatly there may have been problems with a few of the sessions. I won’t know until there is more time to take a closer listen.