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Beyond Walls - Oxford University Podcasting Conference

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April 3rd 2009, Said Business School, University of Oxford

Audio and video recordings of the talks from this event and related discussions are available on the Steeple project website http://steeple.oucs.ox.ac.uk/.

Programme:

Time Speaker and Subject
09:00-9.45 Early Bird Session "What makes a good Podcast?" with Graham F X McElearney and Andrew Middleton from Sheffield Hallam and Sheffield University
09:30-10:00 Registration Opens, Coffee and Tea available
10:00-10:05 Welcome to Beyond Walls 2009
10:05-10:35 New Channels to New Learners: Podcasting and the Open University. Peter Scott, The Open University
10:35-11:05 The Challenges and Opportunities in Podcasting at a Research University. Peter Robinson, University of Oxford
11:05-11:20 Podcasting People: Stories and experiences from real life podcasters
11:20-11:30 Q & A: Why Podcast for learning?
11:30-11:45 BREAK, Coffee and Tea available
11:45-12:05 User studies from Osnabruck. Markus Kettrl
12:05-12:25 Future needs and mobile multimedia with Erewhon. Tim Fernando, University of Oxford
12:25-12:45 Under the bonnet: Technical considerations in running Open University Podcasting. Ben Hawkridge, The Open University
12:45-13:45 LUNCH, Buffet in the Said Business School Foyer
13:45-14:05 Can you hear me now? How to get your videos into UK secondary education. Bjoern Hassler, Cambridge University
14:05-14:25 John Hickey, Apple
14:25-14:45 The OpenCast Community Project. Olaf Schulte, ETH Zurich
14:45-15:00 BREAK, Water and walkabout
15:00-16:00 Panel Discussion, Q & A
The Panel:
  • Peter Scott, Director of KMi - Open University
  • Paul Gerhardt - Archives for Creativity
  • Lynne O'Brien, Director of Instructional Technology - Duke University
  • Olaf Schulte, ETH Zurich
  • Laura James, CARET - Cambridge University
16:00-16:15 The Steeple Project and going forward
16:15 FORMAL END
16:30-17:15 Community gatherings and discussions, open to all who are interested