Here are the presentation sides from my e-learning keynote address, in pdf format.
Here’s a talk on podcasting I gave at the ITC’s annual e-learning conference, 19 February 2007, in Albuquerque, New Mexico. There are slides that went along with the talk; those will be uploaded in the next post.
The recording has a little echo in it from the ballroom, but it is still perfectly understandable.
Oh, and I mis-spoke: I hacked “Lemonade Stand” in the fourth grade, not the first grade 🙂
Discussant comments for a panel I chaired at the International Studies Association-Northeast conference in Boston, 10 November 2006. As a discussant I try to be provocative, so bear that in mind as you listen.
One from the archives: remarks delivered at the launch of American University’s chapter of the Roosevelt Institution.
Sorry, the bit rate is wrong for the media player, so you’ll just have to download it in order to play it.
From the audio archives: a talk on my book, delivered 10 July 2006 on the American University campus.
This is the presentation I gave as part of a panel on “mixed methods” at the 2006 American Political Science Association conference. I apologize for the beginning of the recording, which starts about a minute into my remarks; I had some technical difficulties (which means: I forgot to activate the recorder).