So, I’ve been helping with a fun audio project to fill the gaps in my social schedule during the pandemic. #25YearsOfEdTech has been a fun way to connect, learn, and share with a community of brilliant professionals — so here’s our reflection as we get meta to podcast about the podcast.
We are about halfway through this audio book club project now that chapter 12 is out. In this bonus episode of “Between the Chapters” Martin, Clint, and I take a pause to get meta — it’s a podcast about the podcast. We share about our audio labour of love, specifically as we discover what it means to augment text to audio and how to share an aural history of ed tech through these episodic personal/professional reflections.
- Innovative Pedagogy Report
- “Between the Chapter” episode show notes are now available on the website!
- Transistor.Fm – where our analytics are sourced (dashboard)
- All the Audio Chapters are now the 25 Years of Ed Tech Athabasca book site
- Meet the startup turning your new favorite podcast into your next TV binge
- Listen to this bonus episode to hear more about Martin’s writing of this book
- Vocaroo (website to record audio)
- It’s On! Direct Audio Recording into a SPLOTbox Site via Alan Levine
- Book Forthcoming: Metaphors of Ed Tech
Questions for the @YearsEd community:
- What location should the TV/film version of this book be shot?
- Who should play Martin Weller in the film/TV adaptation of the podcast?
- Anyone want to help with the graphic novel version?
Want to add your voice to a “Between the Chapters” episode for the 25 Years of Ed Tech book?
- READ a chapter (or the whole book) to find a topic/year/idea that interests you. You can also get meta to audio reflect on one of the “Between the Chapters” episode too!
- REFLECT & SHARE YOUR AUDIO THOUGHTS via Vocaroo or your own recording device you can send us via a URL (e.g. blog post, website, Dropbox link, etc.)
- SEND us the link to your recording so we can add your voice to the podcast! You can do this via the website contact form or DM @YearsEd or me on Twitter.
A few reflection questions for your audio response:
- How are you involved with this ______ topic/chapter?
- What were your reflections back to a particular year in the book?
- Share your experience with this particular technology, practice, or ed tech topic.
- What ideas and concepts most interested you from a specific chapter?
- What is missing from a specific chapter or the book that we should talk about now?
- What questions do you have for the author, Martin Weller?
- Do you have questions or challenges you want to pose to the @YearsEd community?