One of the powerful new uses of web 2.0 technology by teachers in the classroom is the rise of collaborative blogs.
We’re busy gearing up for yet another great Higher Education Learning and Information eXchange (HELIX) conference on April 2-4, 2008 at Tan-Tar-A.
Welcome to the new online edition of MOREnetworking.
When the decision was made to convert MOREnetworking from a print to a Web-based publication, one of the first tasks was to determine exactly how we would build the new website and what we wanted to do with it.
On Oct. 23, 2207, more than 1500 people at 79 sites in 9 states tuned in to MOREnet’s Internet Safety night to learn about the latest trends in law enforcement and the resources available for staying safe online.
Welcome to the new MOREnetworking website. MOREnetworking is MOREnet’s online member newsletter, dedicated to presenting for and about our members and their technical needs.
Where does the time go? It seems like fall classes were just gearing up and already the holiday break is well behind us as we jump into the new year.
To add some aural interest to your podcast, to serve as a transition between segments or just to cover up areas where you edited different audio files together, you may want to consider adding music to your podcast. The sort of background music well-suited for this purpose can be purchased from a variety of vendors.
One audio format that Audacity doesn’t recognize is Windows Media Audio. Unfortunately, this was the format all of our audio files were in this episode. To convert them to WAV format, we used jetAudio 6.2.6 basic, also a free software download from the Cowon America website.
To edit the audio files this episode, we used Audacity 1.2.4b. Audacity is a free, cross-platform sound editor, available for Windows, Mac OS and Linux.
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