Welcome to the ICE 2009 Conference. This wiki was created to house information related to Conference Handouts, Live and Recorded Video Streams, as well as Back Channeling information for all of the Keynote and Spotlight Sessions.
Teachers should work some days without pay this spring to avoid early school closures, Gov. Ted Kulongoski said Thursday as he laid out his plan to keep the state solvent in the teeth of one of its worst recessions.
"The only way we're going to get out of this is if everybody contributes," Kulongoski said. As for teachers: "You do it without pay."
Considered the founding father of the electronic communication age, Claude Shannon's work ushered in the Digital Revolution. This fascinating program explores his life and the major influence his work had on today's digital world through interviews with his friends and colleagues. [1/2002] [Science] [Show ID: 6090]
Moodlerooms, an online learning solution that can be used for K-12 classrooms, has collaborated with Google to integrate Moodle with Google Apps Education Eduction, which allows the two communication/productivity systems to work as one great tool. Moodle administrators can create user accounts in Moodle and Google in one step, and Moodle users can access Google features through Moodle using a single sign-on system.
I have been asked many times "How to record Skype Calls" and so here are some ways to do it....
Audio vs. Video
For the sake of this article we are only talking abut recording audio. Recording Video is a future article and is more tricky, so we will focus only on the audio portion in this article for posting interviews, Podcasts, recording TeleSeminars, or conversations for any reason you need.
The “American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan1,” as christened by President Obama, is meant to channel funds into areas critical to both the short- and long-term health of the US economy. Amidst online discussions of the plan, I came across a series of interesting articles on National Public Radio’s blog, in a section dedicated to economics called “Planet Money.” 2D Map of Stimulus Package Effects by State (by Alan Cordova) These articles, authored by Alan Cordova2, analyze five elements of the stimulus package, based on estimates released by the White House
Data visualization continues to grow online and in the real world. It exists as masterful art pieces and amazingly useful analysis tools. In both cases though it brings data -- which is oftentimes cryptic -- to the masses and shows that data is more than a bucket of numbers. Data is interesting. As we collect more and more data about ourselves and our surroundings, the data and the visualization will only get more interesting. On that note, I give you FlowingData's picks for the top 5 data visualization projects of 2008. Visualizations were judged based on the use of data, aesthetics, overall effect on the visualization arena, and how well they told a story.