Last week, along with Karen Percak and Bruce Ahlborn, I helped with a session at the American Educational Research Association's annual conference. Here is the link to some of the resources we cited. The document may have particular appeal if you are looking for some higher education podcasting resources.
AERA was unlike any other conference I attended, and it was a bit overwhelming. The program was the size of a small telephone book, and the conference was spread over at least 4 locations in downtown Chicago. After visiting the exhibit hall and a couple of additional sessions, a few questions popped into mind. Where do educational researchers and K12 practitioners converge to learn from each other? When do K12 teachers have time to actually put reseach findings into practice? I am so rooted in the day to day experience of teaching in a school that I found myself more interested in practical ideas rather than the minutiae of research. All in all, it was an interesting experience, though, and I'm glad I had the opportunity to experience another facet of my field.