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Educational Blogging Presentation

A few days ago, I gave an educational presentation about blogging to the marketing committee of the Chamber of Commerce of Southern New Jersey. One of the attendees, Steven Lubetkin, the managing partner of Lubetkin & Co., mentioned that he had become involved in podcasting. He digitally recorded our meeting and added the resulting high-quality "podcast" to his own blog. Steve's blog does a truly wonderful job highlighting the main points of our blogging discussion and providing some of the important links to blogs and web sites that I shared with the committee. Thank you, Steve! Take a look at the Tuesday, April 05, 2005 entry on his blog. The podcast recording of this blogging session on Steve's blog, as well as the links Steve included from our session, are extremely helpful to any of you who may be new to blogging and are thinking of starting your own. Click here for a direct link to the podcast. It is a big file and may take a little while to open, but it will be worth it!

4 Comments:

  • We are considering using an e-learning blog for our company. Can you share your experiences with blogger.com? The good, the bad, and the ugly?

    Thanks.

    By Anonymous Ann, at 1:52 PM EDT  

  • Hi, Ann. Thanks for writing. I have been away from my blog for a bit, so I apologize for not answering your question sooner. Blogger.com has been GREAT! You can create a professional-looking blog for free and do it extremely easily with Blogger. I can't think of a single complaint. Good luck!!
    Jenna

    By Blogger Jenna Sweeney, at 5:08 PM EDT  

  • Hi Jenna,

    I am currently trying to use blogs, isight and podcasts as an instrument to connect physically handicapped teenangers in hospitals with their friends and families. For the future, we are planning to connect them with their old schools as well. Do you might have any experiences with it? Thanks for your help and keep up the good work!

    Uwe

    info@edupod.net
    http://www.e-learning.typepad.com
    http://www.edupod.net

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:56 AM EDT  

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