using web 2.0 in the writing classroom

Before the spring semester started this past January I was interviewed by Eileen Stutzbach for Rowan University’s Techcast—a video podcast that showcases what is happening technology-wise at Rowan. I was asked to talk about how I am using Web 2.0 applications in my writing courses. In the below except from the Spring 2009 show I talk about blogging, wikis, social bookmarking, rss feed readers, and my video oral history course. I think I did a pretty good job—I was worried that I would sound like a complete fool. I get better when talking about the student work. Comments, of course, always welcome!

The full podcast, as well as past Tech Cast podcasts, can be found on Rowan’s Tech Cast page.

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