Digital Campus, the podcast I do with Dan Cohen and Tom Scheinfeldt, is officially one year-old this week. Our 23rd episode is up and available for your listening pleasure and all three of us are pretty happy to have made it through a whole year of podcasting. Given how busy we all are, I’m particularly impressed that we managed to do 23 podcasts, which means we held pretty tightly to our every two weeks schedule. Allowing for holidays and vacations, we only missed three possible podcasts.
This episode is devoted to podcasting and what we’ve learned from the year’s work. But it’s also devoted to asking listeners for feedback on the podcast–what we could do better, what we shouldn’t change.
In the news segment, we discuss the new campus gossip craze, what happens when students create study groups on Facebook, and reasons why Apple should be giving my students iPhones to use in my classrooms.