User:Vtaylor/CIS2/Podcasts and video
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- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7F_3DWEN254 This lecture is related to biology but it shows that how a biologist uses the technology and the computers for his lectures and his researches are by getting help from computers and the internet. This is an interesting lecture and it's nice to see it. it's on YouTube.
- http://education.podcast.com/episode/19236933/54848/ A podcast of Professor Leon Letterman about '21st Century Education'. His 3 major points in this podcasts about education are: 1. Change is inevitable 2. Complete coverage of any subject is impossible 3. Obsolesce is impossible. He goes on in his lecture to discuss these issues in a more in depth manor. This podcast is a bit on the long side (46:18 mins.), but very interesting none the less to listen to his ideas and theories if you have the time.
- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yn_DoKxBJAw This podcast is about the impact of technology on the film industry. It provides great information about the evolution of film-making and how it has transformed. It talks about the techniques that great filmmakers in the past have utilized and how they are still found today, but it even goes in detail to talk about how new innovations are still made. I especially recommend this movie because it uses great use of audios and visuals to reiterate points.
- This is a short video on how google book scan project will transform academia by James J. Duderstadt. Soon google will scan millions of books from library that will be available for students on their phones or anywhere online. He believe that technology should be a good giving to the society. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4dYZp9XLi8
- Here they are talking about the future fo media in childrens education a focus on tweens, is what it's called. They discuss the benefits and effects of media in children and how children use it. Also wether technology should be used by children in schools or not. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JtU9JpNP4e8&feature=channel
- This is a GE class, and people may be taking this and be interested in computer science but unsure whether to pursue software engineering, or something else related to computers, or a different career altogether. An introduction to SE might help. Warning, this is 52 minutes long, but then again, only someone interested would sit through it anyways. http://freevideolectures.com/Computer-Science/Software-Engineering.html notice the url... maybe wikied would be interested in a page on this.
- http://connectedsocialmedia.com/4710/linking-technology-and-society-ii-intel-chip-chat-episode-57/ Linking Technology and Society part 1 & 2 - Intel chat episode #56 & 57 This podcast features an interview with an Intel Fellow and Director of User Experience Group, talking about the effects of technology and society.
- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6gmP4nk0EOE Web 2.0... The machine is Us/ing Us Neat little youtube video explaining what Web 2.0 is and how it is different from web 1.0. Might be useful in module 1 where it is mentioned.
- "Can 'friendly' AI save humans from irrelevance or extinction?" The podcast is an interview between Dan Farber, editor-in-chief of CNET News.com and Eliezer Yudkowsky, co-founder of the Singularity Institute for Artificial Intelligence. Yudkowsky talks about the future of artificial intelligence and the contradiction between human and artificial intelligence development. http://blogs.zdnet.com/BTL/?p=6029&tag=trunk;content
- "The Changing Nature of Cybercrime: Attackers, Counter Measures and New Models for Defense-In-Depth" The podcast talks give examples of how internet crimes have been successful, their motivations and how to tackle the problem. http://whitepapers.businessweek.com/detail/RES/1256236146_818.html
- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_LaBD7nLho An interesting speech about technology and society delivered by Mr. David Weinberger from Harvard University.
- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=or9GICoiXTo Another meaningful speech about OLPC( one laptop per child ) from Nicholas Negroponte.
- http://ezinearticles.com/?How-Computers-Benefit-Society&id=1095684 I found this lecture on how computers benefit society, it talks and gives examples of the three main reason why computers benefit us, by creating more information technology professions, creating new automobile safety features, and opening ground-breaking communication methods.
This is a great positive attitude on computers besides the bad things that computers can cause us it shows us how much they help us. It also provides different links to do an extent research on computer articles. ..LG
- http://web1.caryacademy.org/facultywebs/joselyn_todd/AMTP/pfh/podcasts_from_the_heart.htm This page has podcasts from students about medical technology including personal stories from those using the technology. The page has very specific instructions about how to use the podcasts. I listened to some to see if they could be helpful in this course, and I found that they could add a lot of discussions about technological advancement in the medical field. I know one group did a project on medical technology, and I think that these podcasts could enhance that work. Some even teach some of the new technology. ..MH
- http://forum.wgbh.org/lecture/wendy-kopp-realizing-educational-opportunity-all This lecture talks about how a program called Teacher for America are teaching in low income neighborhoods and how making education available to all students regardless of their background will effect the development of our future leaders. The program also discusses expanding to other countries and using technology to share information and spread education throughout many foreign schools and raise awareness for educational programs.
I think it related to this course because even though we use Catalyst to work together and work on our education, the same type of technology can be used to educate others and help teachers network around different countries to help others get the same opportunities that we do. ..LS
- http://www.journalism.co.uk/6/articles/534563.php In this article, “'How we've brought the real world of journalism into the academe” by John Mair, a senior lecturer in broadcasting at Conventing University, and here he talks about how the progression of the education plus technology in the future that will be easy for students, he states that the more podcast and Youtube site, and also iTunes, will put them into site so student can easy to access the lessons. ..HT
There are links to podcasts of previous presentations by guest journalists.