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Introduction to Journalism 163
Edupodder Podcast 27, 07:11 duration, 6.6 MB MP3 - Posted Aug. 21, 2006
Cynthia McCune and Steve Sloan discuss "JMC163".

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An introduction to Journalism 163. A multi-media course in The School of Journalism and Mass Communications at SJSU focusing on Web 2.0 technologies including blogging and podcasting. Recorded on Aug 21, 2006, at San Jose State.

Edublogging from Blogher 2006
Edupodder Podcast 26, 37:19 duration, 34 MB MP3 - Posted Aug. 6, 2006
Educators from all levels discus edublogging and Web 2.0 at Blogher 2006

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Blogher from an education perspective. Recorded on July 29, 2006, day two of Blogher, educators from all levels discus edublogging and Web 2.0 technologies.

Perspective of an Indian Student at SJSU
Podcast 25, 21:17 duration, 19.4 MB MP3 - Posted July 18, 2006
Conversation with Kamlesh Kudchadkar:

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What is it like to be an Indian student at San Jose State University? Kamlesh Kudchadkar is a graduate student from the College of Engineering and he shares his experiences, opinions and perspectives in this podcast recorded on June 6, 2006 in downtown San Jose.

Planning a new media journalism class at SJSU, Pizzacast 2.0
Podcast 24, 1:00:43 duration, 55.4 MB MP3 - Posted June 04, 2006
The second of two podcasts recorded May 23, 2006:

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At a geek dinner in San Jose, students, faculty, staff and Gabe Rivera of memeorandum fame continue a conversation about a new media class, Journalism 163, planned at SJSU. Speaking, besides Gabe, are Keith Callenberg, Evan Luine, Andrew Venegas, Joshua Marx, Cynthia McCune, Ryan Sholin, Lambert Lum, and Steve Sloan.
Links: Keith Callenberg | Evan Luine | Andrew Venegas | Joshua Marx | Cynthia McCune | Ryan Sholin | Lambert Lum | Steve Sloan | Gabe Rivera
Planning a new media journalism class at SJSU, Pizzacast 1.0
Podcast 23, 27:55 minutes, 26.5 MB MP3 - Posted May 23, 2006
The first of two podcasts recorded May 23, 2006:

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At a geek dinner in San Jose, students, faculty, staff and Gabe Rivera of memeorandum fame have a conversation about a new media class, Journalism 163, planned at SJSU. Speaking are Keith Callenberg, Evan Luine, Andrew Venegas, Joshua Marx, Cynthia McCune, Ryan Sholin, Lambert Lum, Gabe Rivera and Steve Sloan.  27:55 min, 26.5 MB.
Links: Keith Callenberg | Evan Luine | Andrew Venegas | Joshua Marx | Cynthia McCune | Ryan Sholin | Lambert Lum | Steve Sloan | Gabe Rivera
Linux on Campus, The SJSU Linux Users Group
Podcast 22, 25:50 minutes, 23.7 MB MP3 - Posted April 20, 2006
Recorded April 20, 2006:

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Keith Callenberg, Evan Luine and Casey Miller; SJSU students and members of the SJSU Linux Users Group [Link] have a conversation with Steve Sloan about their user group, Linux and open source software. This users group is a recognized student group at SJSU.
Podcast 21, 13.2 minutes, 3MB MP3 - Posted March 31, 2006
Recorded March 30, 2006: Who needs ink? The future of Journalism and Journalism Education

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On March 30th 2006 the Commonwealth Club in San Jose put on a forum entitled Who Needs Ink? The Future of Newspapers. This was a timely forum given the recent sale of the Knight Ridder newspaper chain, which includes the Mercury News to McClatchy. Many employees of the Mercury News were in the audience. Students were admitted free.

Jim Bettinger, Director of the Knight Fellowships Program, was the moderator. Speakers at the forum were Peter P. Appert, Publishing/Information Services Analyst, Goldman, Sachs; Jerry Ceppos, Former Vice President, Knight Ridder; Dan Gillmor, Director, Center For Citizen Media; Joan Walsh, Editor-In-Chief of Salon, After the forum I asked them some questions directed at Journalism education. Finally Zach Davis, an eighteen year old high school journalism student, offered his perspective.
Podcast twenty, 22.1 minutes, 5MB MP3 - Posted March 27, 2006
Recorded March 27, 2006: A student entrepreneur talks about the university

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Lambert Lum, SJSU MBA student and a young entrepreneur talks about the business he started in the campus community, SJSUFood.com. He discusses how his studies prepared him for entrepreneurship and what he feels the university is doing right and what it can do to better prepare students for the business world.
Podcast nineteen, 22.5 minutes, 5.2MB MP3 - Posted March 6, 2006
Recorded March 6, 2006: J-school, Newspapers and Podcasting

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Long time SJSU Professor of Journalism Steve Greene discusses the concurrent sale of the Knight Ridder chain of newspapers and the announcement of SJSU's participation in Apple Computer's iTunes U initiative. This very candid discussion focuses on the decline of print journalism and the growth of emerging technology as a way of delivering news and the effect that all this is, or is not, having on the School of Journalism and Mass Communications at SJSU.
Podcasts: Two for Valentines Day,
Posted Feb. 14 & 15, 2006

For your listening pleasure, two Edupodder podcasts
On Valentines Day 2006 at SJSU there was a meeting of the Learning Innovators group at San Jose State. At the meeting I presented on the subject of podcasting. Rather than it being a talk about what a podcast was, we did a podcast. That meeting was itself recorded and so this is a podcast of a meeting where we did a podcast.

Podcast eighteen, 63.5 minutes, 14.6 MB - This is a recording of the 2006 Valentines Day meeting of the learning innovators group at San Jose State. At this meeting we produced a podcast, which was presented here in the Edupodder Podcast as the previous show. This included recording, mixing, down sizing and FTP posting the file to the server. Finally we updated the RSS file that is the podcast. The whole time we recorded the session. There is plenty of conversation about that whole process here [Audio Link].

Podcast seventeen, 2.2 minutes, 556KB - This is a demo of doing a podcast. This was produced during the Valentines Day meeting of the learning innovators group at San Jose State University [Audio Link].


Podcast sixteen, 72.1 minutes - Posted December 6, 2005
December 6, 2005: Emerging Technology, A Mass Communications Class

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This is a class session on recorded December 6, 2005 in the School of Journalism and Communications at San Jose State University. The class is taught by SJSU Professor Cynthia McCune and I am presenting as an alumnus of the school. In preparation for this class students were asked to read the first few chapters of Dan Gillmor's book We The Media. The topic is, "Changes in Mass Communications and how students need to prepare for a new mass communications paradigm." As the session opens the words "The End of Business as Usual" have been written on the board.
Podcast fifteen, 37.37 minutes - Posted December 5, 2005
A December 2, 2005, conversation with Gwen Dapper.

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Gwen is a web developer and an Instructional Technologist from San Jose State University. Gwen has just finished a course description for a proposed class on Podcasting at San Jose State University. She and I talk as we look over her course outline. She hopes to teach this course at San Jose State soon. We discuss this course and the applications of podcasting in education.
Podcast fourteen, 66.10 minutes - November 17, 2005
On November 17, Microsoft's Robert Scoble visited SJSU.

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The school of Journalism and Mass Communications at San Jose State University is considering a reorganization to better prepare students for a the changes technology is bringing to journalism, advertising and public relations. Microsoft Technology Evangelist Robert Scoble, a graduate from the school, spoke to the faculty as he showed the faculty examples on the Internet of what he was talking about using his Tablet PC. In his candid talk Scoble told the faculty about how Mass Communications has changed since the years he was a student in the school and about how this new technology evolved and is continuing to evolve. Professor Cynthia McCune recorded the conversation.
Podcast thirteen, 44.55 minutes - October 19, 2005, Another conversation with Steve Greene
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Conversation with San Jose State University professor Steve Greene. Steve discusses the future of the School of Journalism and Mass Communications (J&MC), his journey to four J-schools in four weeks and his proposal to reorganize J&MC. There's some pretty major changes in this conversation, including a proposal to cease daily publication of the school paper. This conversation occurred October 19, 2005 on the SJSU campus.
Podcast twelve, 59.52 minutes - September 30, 2005, A conversation with Fred M. Beshears.
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Fred Beshears, the University of California Senior Strategist of Educational Technology Services talks about the cost of textbooks for college and university students and the possible application of open source solutions as a partial solution to this serious cost issue for students. This conversation occurred September 20, 2005 on the Berkeley campus.
Podcast eleven, 23.16 minutes - September 29, 2005, A conversation with Gus Lease, Looking at the labor movement in the California State University System.
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SJSU Music Professor and good friend Gus Lease has been with SJSU since 1950. He joined the California State Employees Association (CSEA) before it was a union. This union now does not include faculty, but then it was an association that everybody who worked at the university could belong to, including managers. He describes how the association evolved and discusses the upcoming statewide CSEA meeting, General Council.
Podcast ten, 47.56 minutes - May 19, 2005, An interview with Steve Greene, Looking back and looking ahead.
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Journalism Professor and friend Steve Greene. Professor Greene has been with the School of Journalism and Mass Communications for 19 years and has recently announced his pending retirement. In this candid conversation professor Greene discusses the move of technology into the school and where he sees it going. Greene also discusses his new mission involving technology. Plus he discusses the early years of Robert Scoble as a student in the School of Journalism and Mass Communications at San Jose State University.
Podcast nine, 48.15 minutes - May 18, 2005, Before the bleeding edge, A student perspective on Emerging Technology
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This session is a conversation with three students, Mass Communications student Ryan Sholin, Journalism student Daniel Sato and Computer Engineering student Harry Fu. The topic is Emerging Technology, where is it going in higher education? What kinds of things do these students, two of whom are bloggers, all of whom are interested in technology, see on the far off horizon and what would they like the future world of education to look like. The discussion includes topics like blogging, podcasting and on-line multi-person role playing reality simulation.

Podcast eight, 40.57 minutes - Tablet PC and other Portable Devices in Higher Education
This session a conversation on May 2, 2005 with SJSU MIS Professor Malu Roldan.
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Professor Roldan is with the faculty of the Management Information Systems Department at SJSU. She is also the Project Director for SJSU's Mobility project; a Hewlett Packard funded initiative that brings together interdisciplinary project teams to work on technology-enabled projects for community based organizations. She conducts research on engaged pedagogies and on the application of emerging technologies, such as mobile devices, in learning environments.


Podcast seven, 59.41 minutes - Where are we now in using emerging technology in education?
This session is a conversation on April 1, 2005 with SJSU Photojournalism Professor Dennis Dunleavy. Professor Dunleavy uses blogs extensively in his courses.
Posted April 2, 2005
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This is a conversation about emerging technology and education. A lot of the discussion is on transparency and how it changes the relationship between the instructor and the student.


Podcast six, 79.05 minutes - RSS in Education
This session is from the CATS 2005 conference in Sacramento, CA on March 15, 2005. The subject is RSS and the audience is higher education academic technologists.
Posted March 31, 2005
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This session takes a look at what syndication is, how it works, the different standards, and how is it being used at SJSU, CSUS, and other universities. The presenters will offer potential ways to apply this technology to improve teaching and learning skills. If you're interested in learning more about this technology, this session is for you. Presented by: Harish Chakravarthy (San Jose State University), Dave Margolis (CSU Sacramento,) Steve Sloan (San Jose State University,) Facilitator: Corey Gin, SJSU.


Podcast five, 53.48 minutes - Podcasting in Education
This session is from the CATS 2005 conference in Sacramento, CA on March 17, 2005. The subject is podcasting and the audience is higher education academic technologists.
Posted March 31, 2005
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The subject is podcasting and other technologies based on RSS 2.0 enclosures, such as video casting. This session provides an overview of podcasting, the process of downloading audio files to computers. These files can be automatically loaded onto portable devices, such as iPods, to enrich the learning experience. There is broad application to institutions of higher education, including distance learning, remediation, time shifting, and multi-lingual education, Facilitator: Harish Chakravarthy, SJSU.


Podcast four, 29.33 minutes - An introduction to the Adobe InDesign User Interface.
Participants will learn about palettes, guides and other UI features.
November 20, 2004
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This sesion is part of the CFDS series on using Adobe InDesign.


Podcast three, Instructional session one, An Introduction to Adobe InDesign
Monday, November 15, 2004, session length 31.46 minutes

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This session is an introduction to desktop publishing using Adobe InDesign. Participants will learn skills related to the publication of newsletters, flyers, and other printed materials. The presenter has experience as an interior designer and layout editor for a book that has recently been published by Prentice Hall. Facilitated by Steve Sloan, IT Consultant, Academic Technology.

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Podcast two, lunch hour chat, Friday, November 12, 2004, session length 23:39 minutes
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This podcast features an interview of Abbas Akhtar, a computer science student at San Jose State University. Akhtar gives his opinion on the potential of podcasting and the state of technology at the university. Other issues discussed include the positive and negative transparency of information as well as the relationship between blogs, podcasting and CMS software.


Podcast one, lunch hour chat, Thursday, November 11, 2004, session length 14:04 minutes
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This session is an overview of podcasting for education, some of the points in the weblog and contains special thanks to Robert Scoble and Lenn Pryor.