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RUConnected? – An Ed Tech podcast by Jenny & Lois

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    Welcome to the Podcast blog for "Are You Connected" all about ideas, links and more to do with Technology in Education. Jenny Ashby and Lois Smethurst are Leading Teachers for ICT in Victorian Primary Schools in Australia. The idea for this podcast series came about after Jenny and Lois attended NECC09 in Washington DC and decided they had lots to share.
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RUConnected #4 Locked in & In trouble

Posted by Lois Smethurst on August 18, 2009

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iPods – Chance & Data- iChoose

Jenny’s Blog

SAM Animation


Tux Paint

Lois’s Blog on Sam Animation with Tux Paint


Should All Learning Professionals Be Blogging?
Seven Habits of Highly Connected People (bloggers have to receptive, listeners and reactive,)

Delicious – Great School Blogs

Jenny’s Blog of the week:

Mark’s Learning Log

Lois’s Blog of the Week:

Kevin Jarrett’s blog


Ed Tech Crew 96 – Down and Dirty in the Terminal
David Jakes
Digital Storytelling 2.0: What’s Next?


One Response to “RUConnected #4 Locked in & In trouble”

  1.   Camilla Elliott Says:

    Congratulations on your podcast Jenny and Lois. It’s a perfect balance to Darrel and Tony’s and will be a tremendous support to the Australian learning community.

    I agree with your comments on blogging Lois. I’ve been blogging since 2004 and while my blog is read by other people, my primary audience is myself. This approach, I believe, has created sustainability. If the main purpose of your blog is to record matters of interest to yourself that you know others may appreciate or to share a good idea, it removes that feeling of being driven. It gives you permission to post as regularly as you wish without the feeling of compulsion.

    This approach makes my blog a useful personal learning tool while also being a resource for others.

    Good luck with your podcast. Your efforts are well appreciated.

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