Last Build Date: Mon, 24 Nov 2008 19:54:19 +0000Copyright: 2006 Steve Whitaker, Mark Hofer, Michael Kelley
Mon, 24 Nov 2008 19:54:19 +0000Well, this is it – the final GenTech podcast. After 2 1/2 great years, the GenTech boys are wrapping things up with an episode in which they discuss their experience as podcasters, what they learned, and try to tease apart how ‘the end’ came to be. It’s been a fun run for all of us, […]
Mon, 13 Oct 2008 14:12:54 +0000Over the Summer, the Commonwealth of Virginia released new guidelines for Instructional Technology Resource Teachers. The new document updates the 2005 version, “revisits the original intent of the ITRT program; examines results, as documented through three studies; and offers recommendations.” In this show, Steve talks with two ITRTs who are old friends of the show: […]
Wed, 01 Oct 2008 17:58:15 +0000Our guest for this show is Jeff Nugent, Associate Director at the Center for Teaching Excellence (VCE) at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) . The VCE, founded in 2001, is charged with supporting 3,000 faculty members at VCU and now plays a key role in VCU's VCU 2020: Vision for Excellence strategic plan.
Mon, 08 Sep 2008 19:24:53 +0000It’s a new season for GenTech, and the GenTech boys are back from Summer with a few fun software and website picks for fun. We also discuss the season to come, and how we’d like you to chime in with show ideas and suggestions. A few things mentioned in today’s show. Website Jumpcut Jeff Nugent’s […]
Fri, 23 May 2008 21:07:55 +0000“When the GenTech Boys get together they really enjoy Little Debbie Zebra Cakes… mmmmm, just taste that delicious TCPK filling!” Today’s show was recorded on location at the Short Pump Town Center. The GenTech Boys sat around the same table to discuss where GenTech has been and where it’s headed. Big things — innovative/experimental things […]
Fri, 11 Apr 2008 05:06:48 +0000In this field report, the newly-minted Dr. Kelley discusses his research and findings on the impact of blogs in a higher education classroom. Specifically, Michael wanted to assess how blogs affect students’ classroom work and their senses of community and self-efficacy. Download the document here.