BuzzLion for the week of August 17

THEYYYY’RRRRREEEE BAACCCCKKKKK. And if you have no idea what BuzzLion is talking about, you obviously have not been anywhere near campus or downtown State College. Yes, another semester is about to start, at the end of what has been a very productive summer for ETS. This week has been a great example. Allan Gyorke talks about podcasting and how to teach students how to do them. Allan...

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TLT CoffeeRead: Building a Mediasite Enterprise at U. of Maryland/Baltimore

Building the Mediasite Enterprise: How the University of Maryland, Baltimore Developed the Infrastructure and Consensus for Campus-wide Lecture Capture Information on registering for a free Webinar featuring Dr. Peter J. Murray, Vice President and Chief Information Officer at University of Maryland/Baltimore talking about building a media site. From the link: “Discussion will include: ...

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TLT CoffeeRead: Hi-Speed Campuswide Networks Bring Big Rewards, Big Risks

Hi-Speed Campuswide Networks Bring Big Rewards, Big Risks “Whether wired or wireless, high speed computer networks allow students, teachers and administrators to communicate across the connected campus – be it grade school, college or university. In Canadian campuses, this is paramount as they are often spread over a large area in the city or outside it. But networks can also give...

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TLT CoffeeRead: Universities turn to Web to recruit new generation

Universities turn to Web to recruit new generation A sample of some of the interesting stats in this article: “In Ganim Barnes’ nationwide study, 33 percent of 453 university admissions departments surveyed said they blogged for recruitment purposes, and 29 percent used social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace. Fifty-one percent viewed social media as very important to...

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TLT CoffeeRead: Will Colleges Friend Facebook?

Will Colleges Friend Facebook? Talks about schools being wary to jump into social networking. How is Penn State doing, overall?

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