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Palomar College Academic Technology Podcasts: Episodes

Tech camp agenda, Office 2010 availability, course syllabus, Wikipedia, Maps, tech news
News of IS policy on Windows 7 and Office 2010, ATRC training, Blackboard and Word and PowerPoint 2010.
News of our summer tech camp, Blackboard to-dos, and a report on community college eLearning.
A long interview with the Academic Technology system admins about tech planning at Palomar College.
Our theme this month is Call for Videos. We have adopted a new streaming technology based on Microsoft Smoothstreaming and the Silverlight player. The good news,Better looking and more secure online videos.
This is our first podcast of 2010, and the first with our new format. What we are doing now is recording three separate audio files during the month, and then “rolling them up” into a monthly podcast at the end of the month. The three separate podcasts will be produced in the context of three blogs ...
Blackboard will be down a couple of times over winter break; we adopt a new blog/podcast format; Office 2010 beta is available; NORAD tracks Santa; Dickens' Christmas Carol MS is online; lots of news from Google; print publishers unite to dictate web formats; and a online tech book on Twitter, proving ...
Windows 7 has arrived; Google releases several new products and services; Firefox 3.6b1 is also new; Microsoft is giving away Security Essentials; Google Earth has been updated to version 5.1; and we feature a tech book on the iPod. Our Blackboard feature focuses on iPhone and Facebook Sync. Haydn ...
Blackboard will be down for maintenance Sept. 11; Windows Mobile 6.5 is debuting October 6; iPhones customers are getting disgruntled over AT&T; service; Apple releases Snow Leopard into the wild; Google cuts a deal with Sony to make Chrome the default browser on Vaios; Diebold bails out on evoting machines; ...
Tech Camp is a hit; a Blackboard purge; Google Caffeine; screencast.com maintenance; Mac OS X updates; textbook rentals; Firefox 3.6 alpha; the LHC, take 2; Word not for sale; Win 7 review; Office 2010 feature set; Hello from Earth; Sony reader to support ePub standard; a tech book on Google Sketchup. ...
t is not too late to sign-up for summer tech camp; Firefox 3.5 RC3 is available, as is Windows 7 final RC; TechSmith begins a new Education Community; we have an unbelievable optical illusion for you; we discuss the difference between notebooks and netbooks; and feature a tech book online titled The ...
We remind you of a scheduled Blackboard outage, scheduled for June 6-8; we also nag about the demise of Pluto, our student ftp server; we announce the date for our summer tech camp, and our fall training schedule; Windows 7 is on the loose; the Kindle DX has debuted; as has Della; Blackboard buys Angel; ...
SP2 for Office 2007; Encarta dies; the World Digital Library debuts; Jaunty Jackalope appears; Google has introduced two new search features; electricity from space; PBS introduces a new streaming video portal; students suing TurnItIn lose; Oracle gobbles up Sun; Apple rises on sales of iPods and iPhones, ...
As far as Academic Technology news goes, we have discontinued the PCPDF service, and after this semester, we are discontinuing ftp/web services to our student projects server Pluto; from Microsoft, the Security Intelligence Report, vol. 6, has been issued, the XP life cycle has been extended again for ...
IE8 is released, to no fanfare; Google Voice is coming; the UK revises primary education goals; Kindle 2 vs. Sony eReader and Google Books; a new Apple Shuffle; YouTube is everywhere; iPhone OS 3 is previewed; Google Earth Extreme Ice Survey; 2 new search features in Google; a tech book on CSS. David's ...
The Amazon Kindle 2 is released; students can make the "ultimate steal;" Medpedia makes its public debut; visit the Prado via Google Earth; new 3D models for the Ocean layer in Google Earth; MERLOT makes another call for presentations; recovery.gov is launched; the dTV switchover is delayed, but happening, ...
A Wikipedia editing controversy; the bicentennial of the birth of Charles Darwin and Abraham Lincoln; those super bowl ads; Google Earth 5 was released this week; Google made a search boo-boo; Firefox was updated to version 3.0.6; it snowed in London; Respondus added some Wiley tests to their test bank ...
We have removed course quotas in Blackboard; Palomar's accreditation report is now available; Whitehouse.gov has changed hands; in the latest sign of a slumping economy Google, even Google, is laying off employees; New York is administering online sales taxes; the digital TV switchover date is February ...
Blackboard has been upgraded at Palomar; Google releases Picasa for Mac; tech layoffs around the industry continue; Roku adds Amazon; MacWorld and CES both happened this week, to no great fanfare; the 30GB Zune catastrophe was fixed; there are a few words we just shouldn't use any more; and our Tech ...
A Blackboard upgrade will occur Jan. 6-8; TurnItIn is going away; the Wimba Voice Tools are now available in Blackboard; Microsoft issues an emergency patch; Google Chrome emerges from beta; Firefox releases an upgrade; the Library of Congress reports on its Flickr initiative; a Harris poll says women ...
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