- GOMC: Student Guiide now available
- Blackboard Down: February 6 - 7
- Problems with Entourage (where is my e-mail?)
- Technology Tuesday: Lecture Capture and Podcasting...
- MKT 595: Syllabus
- MKT 595: Google Online Marketing Challenge
- DePaul Does Social Media
- Harvard Business School Faculty Seminar Series
- DeBlogs - DePaul Blogs
- Learning Never Ends: Honoring David Justice
Thursday, April 23, 2009
Thursday, April 9, 2009
|The University of Southern California has posted a fantastic video that outlines the new features of Blackboard 9 (they are upgrading from 7 to 9).
Thanks to Jason Rhode for sharing this.
Wednesday, April 8, 2009
Learning Management Systems
My colleagues here at DePaul circulated this rather interesting article from the Chronicle of Higher Education. This comes as we are looking at the future of Blackboard, and alternatives to Blackboard.
On April 17th we will hold a “Kick The Tires” event in which there will be the opportunity to look at the major learning management systems.
A week later there will be a two-day event in which vendors from Desire2Learn, Blackboard, Angel and Moodle will demonstrate the features and functionality of their systems – focusing on Learning Management, Content Management and ePorfolio solutions.
If you work at DePaul please sign up for these great events!
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
|I will be moderating a panel (It’s Not a Fad Anymore - Social Media) at the Marketing Symposium on Saturday, April 25th.
The symposium runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Cost is very reasonable and this will be an opportunity to interact with folks from Google, Chicago 2016, Wrigley, Motorola, Grainger, Edelman, Nielsen, Tribune Interactive, Prophet, Threadless, Molex, Pink Line, Zocalo Group, Think Tank Advisors, Midas International, Flying Dog Ales, Pabst Blue Ribbon, DePaul University, and more.
More detailed information is available on the Kellstadt Marketing Website. I highly recommend you to be there.
Friday, April 3, 2009
Pocket Digital Camcorders
I have just posted my video from March’s Technology Tuesday. I looked at three reasonably priced digital camcorders (the Flip Mino, Vado HD and Kodak Zi6) to see which would be the most suitable for filming classroom lectures and presentations.
If you only intend to record less than one hour of content, then the Flip Mino is my suggestion. However, if you need to record in excess of three hours, your best option is the Vado HD (and a couple of spare batteries).