MS Podcast#107 / Rezed Podcast#1

larryjohnson

The hub for learning and virtual worlds podcast series.

(WORLD) This is the first RezEd podcast, produced by MediaSnackers with Global Kids.

Larry Johnson is is Chief Executive Officer of the New Media Consortium (NMC), an international consortium of more than 200 world-class universities, colleges, museums, research centers, and technology companies dedicated to using new technologies to inspire, energize, stimulate, and support learning and creative expression. He is an acknowledged expert on the effective application of new media in many contexts, and has worked extensively to build common ground among museums and universities across North America and in more than a dozen other countries.

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0.00—0.09 intros
0.21—2.05 Rik at Global Kids discusses what RezEd is all about
2.06—3.23 Shawna outlining what will be featured and opportunities to be involved
3.24—4.36 Barry and Amira discuss the news of interest starting with April 1st Congretional Hearing on Virtual Worlds
5.50—6.28 next steps
6.29—8.47 upcoming events for the RezEd community
8.48—9.01 any news or events can be submitted here
9.04—9.16 podcast interview with Larry Johnson (intro)
9.17—11.02 an overview on the 1st congress hearing
11.03—14.29 summary of Larrys statement
14.30—17.05 profound opportunities
17.06—20.22 the reaction from the Congress
20.23—23.01 the Horizon Reports
23.02—25.15 future trends featured in the Horizon Report
25.16—26.10 the future for the New Media Consortium (NMC)
26.11—26.43 outro

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