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Go to Computing In The Clouds: Using Web-Based Applications To Trim Your Budget

Learn how the Mankato Public Schools have saved money and improved reliability of IT services by moving to online-based applications with your host Peggy Sheehy and guest Doug Johnson

Episode 17 Broadcast 9 February 2010

Go to Adventures In Global Education

Episode 16 Broadcast 19 January 2010

Your host Peggy Sheehy (Maggie Marat in SL) welcomes guests Hilary LaMonte and Robert H Reed to learn about the HP Global Summit and other Hewlett Packard supported education programs

Go to Podcasting and DIY Media For Students

Episode 15 Broadcast 8 December 2009

Associate Professor, New Jersey City University, and ISTE Author Christopher Shamburg (Webster Mumblewoodin SL) joins host Peggy Sheehy (Maggie Marat in SL) to discuss his experiences working with students creating their own podcasts.

Go to Accelerating High-Yielding Practices

Episode 13 Broadcast 10 November 2009

Peggy Sheehy talks with education consultant Bernajean Porter and they turn up the HEAT on getting better value out of technology tools. " All Technology Users are NOT Created Equal: Accelerating High-Yielding Practices Education Consultant "

Go to The Virtual Worlds Story Project

Episode 12 Broadcast 27 October 2009

Peggy Sheehy spends some time with co-founders of the Virtual Worlds Story Project, Marty Keltz and Jena Ball as they tell a story of their own about how the project inspires writing.

Go to Tips From HP’s Technology for Teaching Initiative

Episode 11 Broadcast 13 October 2009

Jim Vanides, Program Manager, HP Global Social Investments, joins Peggy Sheehy to discuss tips on how to best apply for grants, including funding from the HP Technology for Teaching Initiative.

Go to Teaching 21st Century Learning Habits & Attitudes

Episode 10 Broadcast 29 September 2009

Host Peggy Sheehy (Maggie Marat in SL) welcomes guest Angela Maiers (Annie Viertz in SL), Educational Consultant, Writer & Speaker
 as they explain why we should all act like 4-year olds.

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A Brief Brief

For two days Second Life's favourite and most watched media network is throwing open its doors in a bonanza of style, content and fun. All your favourite Treet shows have booths and events happening during the two day event which will blow your socks off (even if you're barefoot).

The Expo will be held on Tropical Treet (http://slurl.com/secondlife/Tropical%20Treet/134/214/22) with a mixture of scheduled events and high profile shenanigans going on through out the weekend. There's hunts, prizes, freebies, music, live shows and a chance for you to be on TV.

Some of the best leaders and innovators using virtual worlds like Second Life are teachers. This show reveals the processes and accomplishments of the pioneers in education and technology.

Series host is Peggy Sheehy, ITF/ Media Specialist at Suffern Middle School.  Peggy is a fierce advocate for the meaningful infusion of technology in education and in 2006 established the first middle school educational presence in Teen Second Life: Ramapo Islands. Well into their second year of learning in Second Life, Ramapo Islands now hosts over 1000 students and their teachers.

Past guests include Emmy award winning producer Marty Keltz, MIT’s Project New Media Literacies Research Director, Erin Reilly, Head of IT and E-Learning at Qatar Academy in Doha, Qatar, Julie Lindsay and many others.

The Eduverse Talks are 30 minute discussions featuring slide presentations from the guests.

ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) produces the series with support from Hewlett-Packard.
 

Relevant links:

http://www.iste-eduverse.org/