Podcasting is a new medium that allows content developers to create their own audio programs and distribute them to subscribers through the Internet.
In autumn 2006, MOREnetworking: Podcast was presented as both a podcast created by MOREnet to inform our members about current developments at MOREnet and in the education and technology worlds, and a project to serve as a resource to guide members interested in producing and distributing their own podcasts.
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Friday, Oct. 27, 2006. In this episode, the podcasting project team looks back at the lessons we’ve learned putting together this series of podcasts. In addition to the project team members, joining us today are several of the MOREnet employees who participated as content experts in previous episodes. We’re also taking this opportunity to experiment with another sort of podcast format, the roundtable discussion, as well as trying our hand at recording a live event.
Friday, Oct. 20, 2006. In this episode, we will be talking with the system administrators and help desk staff who support the Microsoft servers and workstations at MOREnet. The topic for this roundtable will cover desktop management, using the tools that are available from Microsoft, a geographic information systems application and the upcoming Windows Vista release. We will close our podcast with what hardware and software were used to produce this podcast.
Friday, Sept. 29, 2006. In this episode, we discuss some of the legal issues that face both MOREnet and MOREnet’s members. Those issues will include: pending legislation, copyrights and acceptable use, and why you would want a contract. Because this is a discussion of legal matters, there’s one thing we need to clarify — nothing in this podcast is intended to be construed as legal advice. We simply want to give you some basic guidelines in legal areas.
Friday, Sept. 22, 2006. In this episode, we’ll receive a legislative update on MOREnet from Dave Byland. We’ll then talk with Megan Gill and she will tell us about a couple of services that members are using to save time and money in managing the technology in their network. We’ll finish off with a short visit with each of our program managers to see what is current in the K12, State Library and Higher Education Arenas. We’ll conclude our broadcast with information about the hardware and software used in the making of this podcast.
Friday, Sept. 15, 2006. In this episode, we describe the difference between video conferencing, video streaming, and e-conferencing; what equipment is required and where content be located; and we listen in on two troubleshooting calls. Ivan Moore, the Video Services Manager started on August 7, 2006 and we discuss with him the future of Video Services. We finish up with information about the hardware and software used to produce the podcast you’re listening to now.
Friday, Sept. 8, 2006. In this episode, we look at what podcasting is, and what MOREnet is doing with it; what podcasting client software is available; and where you can find other podcasts on topics that interest you. We also feature a discussion with Ben Colley, MOREnet’s director of Strategic Technologies, about MOREnet’s current research initiatives. Finally, we finish up with information about the hardware and software used to produce the podcast.
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