Campus Tech Podcast
Campus Tech Connection provides information and usage best practices on new and emerging technology for higher education and student affairs professionals.
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About the Hosts
Laura Pasquini is currently an Academic Counselor & Learning Technology doctoral student at the University of North Texas. She enjoys sharing, collaborating and engaging as it is the best way to learn. Laura is passionate about student development, emerging technologies, and utilizing resources to enhance training, learning and student engagement. Her research interests lie in collaborative learning environments, specifically how the social web and open resources impact in higher education.
Bruce Mann is currently the Coordinator for the Center for Volunteerism and Social Action at the University of Idaho. He has worked in marketing, professional sports and is also currently a freelance photojournalist and designer. Bruce is passionate about student development, civic engagement, design thinking and the power of technology to blaze new, innovative trails in Higher Ed. An Apple fanboy at heart, the Droid phone in his pocket begs to differ.
Hello Campus Tech Listeners: This year, the #CTCX podcasters want to hear from YOU! Are you working on an #SAtech project you want to talk about? Do you have an #SAtech topic you want to help us co-host the show? Tell us about it! Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) Podcast Contribution http://bit.ly/rcu9pw
On Monday (10/22/12), the @BreakDrink Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) discussed the latest technology gadget announcements, privacy on the Interwebz and challenges with Reddit, and diving into social media guidance in an upcoming assessment. Here is the video podcast: And here are the show notes via Storify for your reading and linkage pleasure. For those of you interested in giving your #SocialMedia […]
There are a number of conversations about challenges, changes and disruptions to higher education. Recently, Ginkgotree, the “Tumbler for textbooks,” got me thinking more about my curriculum content and sharing for my courses. Teaching with a course pack just got a whole lot simpler with the new Ginkgotree app. http://www.ginkgotree.com/ Ginkgotree launched last week to allow instructors the ability to customize and […]
Show Notes [<a href="http://storify.com/laurapasquini/ctcx-no-69-to-be-hack-or-not-to-be-hacked" target="_blank">View the story "#CTCX No. 69: To Be Hacked Or Not to Be Hacked?" on Storify</a>]
Jeff and Laura run down the July Tech news Show Notes [View the story "The @BreakDrink #CTCX Show No. 86: July Tech Run-Down " on Storify]
There are a few echo issues at the beginning, but we worked them out after a few minutes. [View the story "#CTCX 66: Tech News & Views - WWDC and Then Some" on Storify]
Jeff and Laura podcasted this week with the OnAir Hangout in Google + Find the Show Notes in Storify [View the story "#CTCX No. 65: Google Plus Hangout + On Air Beta Test" on Storify]
During the Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) Show No. 60, we starting to discuss how technology has impacted social justice on our college and university campus – and beyond. Social activism is an intentional action with the goal of bringing about social change. An activist is anyone who is fighting for change in society – such as […]
The Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) had a great chat with the CEO of GoingOn, Jon Corshen, on Monday (5/7/12). For those of you who may remember, GoingOn was a sponsor for the inaugural #NASPAtech conference in 2011. GoingOn Networks is a San Francisco based education technology company that has created an Academic Social Network to enable colleges and universities to […]
Have you ever wanted to give back to you alma mater in a meaningful way? Be sure to check out this week’s Campus Tech Connection podcast as we welcomed @tomkrieglstein back to the show to learn how alumni can contribute to the crowdsourcing student potential with @AlumniChoose. Listen to internet radio with BreakDrink on Blog Talk Radio […]
On Monday (4/9) we welcome to Tanya Joosten (@tjoosten) the Director (Interim) at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee Learning Technology Center (LTC) and teaches in the Department of Communication to the Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) show from 12-1 pm CST to talk about strategies & best practices for using social media in education. […]
Join the @BreakDrink Campus Tech Connection podcasting posse as we talk about social justice in technology and how it impacts our campus communities. Here is TODAY’s podcast and show notes: Listen to internet radio with BreakDrink on Blog Talk Radio I. How Technology is Created & Used II. BYOD & Social Economic Status for Students on […]
Happy Leap Day! Since this only happens every 4 years, the Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) will be hosting a podcast to TODAY at 12 pm CST to talk about leaping forward with technology in higher education. We were joined by @EricStoller on a podcast & Google + Hangout to discuss the 2012 Horizon Report and […]
Join the Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) podcast LIVE today (2/13) from 12-1 pm CST as we have an action-packed line up of guests to share how to get connected in Higher Education. Our guests include: #CTCX #SAtech Highlight of the week: @katieschmalzel and @jjwil325 from the @SAFirstYears team will tell us about their blogging adventures at Student Affairs – […]
Did you miss the Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) show last Monday? No worries. You can listen to the archived show by streaming it here: Listen to internet radio with BreakDrink on Blog Talk Radio This past week’s show discussed how higher education peers can connect and learn from one another. We talked about connecting Student […]
Join the Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) today LIVE from 12-1 pm CST as we talk about the latest tech news and discuss how higher education is getting more connected by the minute with our guests. #CTCX #SATech Highlight of the Week: #SAsearch Laura Megivern - thesasearch.org – @thesasearch […]
The Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) podcasters are making a list… and checking it twice on TOMORROW’s (12/23) podcast. Join us as the #CTCX elves compare lists of gadgets, tech, past shows and MORE from 2011 from 12-1 pm CST. What’s on your “best of” list for 2011?
This one’s for the ladies… No it’s not. It is for ALL the #SAtech community. The last Campus Tech Connection (#CTX) podcast was fortunate to have a few of the many the @SAwomentech join the show. Thanks to @kristendom, @brendabethman, @jenniferkeegin & @stephwint for sharing their insights, experiences, concerns and thoughts for the future of how women in student affairs and […]
Ladies + Technology = A Good Idea. If you don’t believe me, just ask Ada Lovelace. On this week’s Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) show we will be joined by a few of the @SAwomentech Bloggers: @kristendom, @brendabethman, @jenniferkeegin & @stephwint to discuss how women are impacting the world of #SAtech and what it means to […]
During the last Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) show Jeff Jackson asked Bruce, myself & the listeners a few questions about technology and student affairs conferences: Why do we need a #SAtech conference? Who should attend a #SAtech conference? Why? How do we research this? What are the needs for #SAtech? We do not have all […]
The fall semester not only brings a new batch of first year students, it also holds many, many conferences that Student Affairs, Higher Ed Pros & Academics visit. On Monday’s (10/25) Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) show, we chatted about the conferences that have just passed and others to come. We were also joined by Nathan […]
Last week, the world lost a great leader who encouraged us to Think Different and to stand out from the crowd. Since I heard the news, I have been pondering how much Steve Jobs has impacted the realm of technology, innovation and development. Steve Jobs was always passionate and thinking forward about the possibilities that lie […]
Was the F8 all that great? Last Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) show @julieclarsen & I chatted about the new features of the most social network around the world – Facebook. There are some changes happening to this online space that can have great implications for Student Affairs and Higher Ed professionals who uses theses spaces […]
Based on the status updates on Facebook, the Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) podcasting crew thought that it would be real & relevant time to discuss the changes to Facebook. Last week’s F8 shared changes ahead to one of the biggest social networks: https://f8.facebook.com/ Mashable did a great job to highlight some of these new features […]
Well that is all up to you listeners! Nominations are currently being accepted (until September 30th) for the 7th Annual Podcast Awards. BreakDrink has experienced tremendous growth the last few months with the addition of several area specific podcasts and over 25,000 listens (that’s right 25,000). Your support is very much appreciated, and we are […]
The Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) hopes that you have had an enjoyable & relaxing long weekend. There is NO LIVE SHOW tonight, as we decided it would be too much labor. Tune in next Monday (9/12) as we discuss Back To School Apps and other #SAMobile ideas for the 2011-12 Academic Year. Did you miss […]
What comes to mind when you hear “university library”? Study space? Book & periodicals? Or this image? Flickr photo c/o roncaglia How the campus library has changed over the decades. The iSchools are interested in the relationship between information, people and technology which supports learning and student development. Join the Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) tonight at 7 pm […]
We think that Billy Madison says it best for this time of year… The Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) show is taking a break tonight in the midst of semester start fun. The #CTCX posse went strong this summer and produced a whole bunch of shows with great talks, topics & guests. Check out the blog […]
Guest Blog Post by Brad Popiolek There are a lot of student affairs professionals interested in the technology space. Whether your passion is in social media or software to help advise your students, technology is obviously becoming an integral part of the career field. Higher education can be slow to adopt to change. For this […]
Join us tonight on the Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) show LIVE 7-8 pm CST as we discuss skills and opportunities in the growing field of #SAtech with our guest co-host Brad Popiolek. We will be discussing the variety of #SAtech Jobs in the field of Student Affairs and considering the following questions on the podcast: How can […]
Guest blog post by Lisa Endersby The very idea of what a community is and how it functions has been on my mind since accidentally on purpose engaging with the #sachat community about a year ago. I say ‘accidentally on purpose’ because I stumbled upon some #sachat conversations after signing myself up for Twitter during […]
Do communities form differently in-person or online? THAT is the question. Join us on the Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) on August 8th from 7-8 pm CT as we discuss how #StudentAffaris In Real Life (IRL) versus Online Communities differ (or do they?) with our guest co-host Lisa Endersby. Online Community – From ‘So Me’ to ‘So Us’ […]
Guest Blog Post by Leslie Dare which is also cross-posted at Leslie Dare’s Blog. I had the pleasure to serve as a guest co-host on the great BreakDrink Campus Tech podcast series this week. Thanks to Laura Pasquini for the invite. She and Bruce Mann are delightful hosts, and Eric Stoller jumped in to the conversation as well (with a very nice recap of @saTechBOS, […]
The #CTCX Show is Talking #SAComm with @LeslieDareNCSU and #SAtechBOS & eduTweetUp Re-cap with @EricStoller
Join us for tonight’s show as the Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) welcomes guest co-host Leslie Dare, Director of Student Affairs Technology Services at NC State University, to discuss the intersection of technology and communication. Get ready for TONIGHT’s broadcast at 7-8 pm CT as discuss Student Affairs & Communication (#SAComm): How can Student Affairs units support #sacomm? How […]
The CTCX podcast was joined by guest co-host Brian F LeDuc. On this episode the Campus Tech Posse discuss what new #sagrad students can do to prepare for first year and helpful tips for new Student Affairs professionals. Besides taking a Google Plus tangent, we the #CTCX crew was able to discuss and learn some helpful […]
Campus Tech Connection is coming at you this week with guest co-host Brian LeDuc. Brian joins the #CTCX crew tonight to chat about prepping to be a Student Affairs graduate student before you become one. What do you need to know before your first year? How can you prepare? How does this all translate to becoming a new […]
Guest Blog Post by Five months ago I created a project, using the social media tool, Twitter to interview 52 student affairs professionals in 52 weeks (#52in52). Little did I know how much this project would change my life forever. In less than four months, I had finished interviewing 52 amazing professionals.I continue to build stronger […]
In a recent broadcast on NPR, Don Tapscott shared his ideas on Rethinking How We Teach the ‘Net Generation’. Education models in higher education to meet the needs of today’s learner. A chapter in his latest book, Macrowikinomics, is dedicated to how higher education institutions need to change, specifically with regards to learning pedagogy and content creation. […]
The Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) had a bit of a chat on this week’s show to preview the latest social network – Google Plus. To be super meta, the #CTCX crew hosted the Google+ preview show in a hang out and encouraged listeners to join in the fun. As usual, we shared many reviews and […]
The #CTCX podcast had their 40th show! Since we reached that mid-life crisis point we went out and got another host. Bruce Mann from the University of Idaho joins the show, and he happens to be the creator of the BreakDrink logo. We discussed reviews of the new Chrome Book, RSS feeds, and we may […]
Campus Tech Connection is off for June 20th. We worked two weeks in a row and decided that was enough! We’ll be back June 27th. In the meantime, here’s some stories we’ve run across this week that we thought were worth reading or thinking on. Web Apps in Windows 8 – Windows 8 is going […]
The CTC crew was joined by Jeff Shelstad, CEO of Flat World Knowledge to get an update with what is happening in the open education space. Other items discussed #NASPAtech Conference Facebook shedding U.S. users as Brazil, Mexico gain
The Campus Tech Connection crew chat about the WWDC Conference, and make several guess about the future of Apple.
So, hopefully you’ve noticed that today is the WWDC for Apple, where they reveal their newest gadgets and software. The rumors from Mashable are viewable here http://mashable.com/2011/06/05/apple-2011-wwdc/ You can catch up on the commentary at http://live.twit.tv/ Either way, we know this is going to be a big deal, so we’ll be breaking it all down. […]
Show notes provided by Laura This past week on @BreakDrink the Campus Tech Connection (#CTCX) podcastwe discussed online filters and search, and how this impacts our knowledge, perception and view. The initial discussion was sparked by the Eli Pariser’s TED Talk about online “filter bubbles” but our conversation cycled into the retrieval and sharing of information within our […]
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The CTCX crew did not let technical difficulties slow them down as the were joined by the NASPAtweets team. They discussed conference apps, social media plan, & did not discuss unification.
We had a great conversation about conference mobile apps with Proxima Labs and Jason from NACA. Proxima also talks about the future of orientation apps.
Jeff, Gary, and Jeff were joined by Laura live from ACPA
It is conference season and we recap the ACUI and SXSW #sachat tweet-ups
We were joined by guest Stephen Sills from SquareCrop on the show.
We had our first NSFW podcast this week with guest Todd Sanders, Student Affairs web guy and winner of the Mercedes-Benz twitter race. We lost control 2 min in and can’t really explain what happen or what we talked about. All I know is, it was a blast talking with Todd in person (well if audio skype […]
Our guest tonight on Campus Tech Connection is Todd Sanders (@tsand) Todd is a Twitter celebrity in the higher ed community, but we’re primarily bringing him on to talk about the Mercedes Benz Tweet Race. Todd was on the winning team, but the idea was that the team was “fueled” by tweets as they engaged […]
The CTCX podcast was joined tonight by Darren Murph, Associate Editor of Engadget. Darren holds the Guinness World Record for most blog posts ever written and talks about attending Super Bowl Media Day, new Android devices, digital textbooks, and how to get a job as a blogger. Links to check out. Engadget’s Darren Murph nabs […]
The History of Location Technology [INFOGRAPHIC] Services we discussed Foursquare Gowalla Whrrl Yelp
We had the largest pannel to date as we hosted Leslie Dare & Tim Jones from NC State, and Wayne Sutton founder of TriOut. The majority of the conversation was talking about location based services as NC State is working with TriOut to create their own private service. TriOut Social Media and Young Adults [Pew […]
Jeff admitted his love for the Roku and Laura raves about the Kindle. Eric Stoller stopped by to talk about a student affairs tech book and net-neutrality. Other Sites Discussed Quora Knowem Path
What a year… it went by so fast it only fells like 6 months. This week we reviewed some of the best and most entertaining moments of the previous 22 episodes. We have had some great guest, and if you are bored over the holidays you can find the Campus Tech Podcast shows here. Also […]
It is that time again….Festivus! We talk about the latest in high tech news, go over our new wish list, and of course get a little side tracked. News Foursquare for universities Gowalla Check-In Challenge! Google Launches Long-Awaited E-Bookstore The Social Network for the Social Good. Jumo Google Wave not dead yet See the BreakDrink […]
We were joined on the CTC podcast by Steve Carson the External Relations Director for MIT OpenCourseWare. This podcast will make you smarter, but will not count for MIT course credit ;]. MIT OpenCourseWare The OpenCourseWare Consortium The OpenFiction Project Stephen’s blog OCWC Global 2011
The Campus Tech crew was joined by Seth Odell, host of the Higher Ed Live video webcast. They discussed podcasting, Facebook mail, googling a better job, and we had our first ever live musical performance. Facebook email that is not email is announced today ConnectEDU gets 7 Million Seth’s upcoming webinar Seth on Twitter Seth’s website Higher […]
The Campus Tech Connection crew was joined by Eric Fortenberry, CEO of OrgSync. We talked about Eric’s student leadership experience, entrepreneurship, and the OrgSync story. You can follow OrgSync on twitter, and view a demo here.
Original Air Date November 1, 2010 We talked e-books, e-books, e-books, and more e-books. Laura has provided a comprehensive resource list, and below you will find a presentation by Laura on the future of e-books. iPad, Nooks & E-Readers: Digital Strategies for a Connected Campus View more presentations from Laura Pasquini.
We’re getting the gang back together for another topic show on Monday November 1st. We’re going to try not to gush about Google, but I think to promise it would be a poor decision. Our topic for this week will be e-readers, e-readers and digital literacy. We’d love to hear your opinions, especially if you […]
We started with IRC and finished with cupcakes. Somewhere in between we discussed podcasting, EDUCAUSE, & Second Life. Here are some of the articles and links we talked about. U Report Penn State Podcast from the he Secret Lair EDUCAUSE 2010 Hashtags and Links #edusocmedia and EDUCAUSE 2010 Shannon’s Blog Shannon on Twitter News Item: […]
Good evening folks! Our guest Monday on Campus Tech Connection is Shannon Ritter (@micala). She’s currently serving in higher ed at PSU World Campus, where she’s done some recruitment and some advising online (how cool does PSU World Campus sound?), but she mentions on her blog that her ““real job” allows me the opportunity […]
We had a few technical difficulties and missed part of the show, but what we did get is worth listening to. Eric discusses his experience at EDUCAUSE 2010, the future of student affairs and technology, and crystal trombones. Find Eric online: Blog Twitter Inside Higher Ed blog
Tonight’s guest is Eric Stoller, formerly of Academic Advising at Oregon State University and now a blogger at Insidehighered.com We’ll be covering his past & current work experiences as an advisor/consultant for tech related SA work, his blogging (both personal blog & the new blog adventure with @InsideHigherEd), and he will be reporting on #EDUCAUSE10. […]
Podcasting: So easy even a student affairs professional can do it. Guest Clay Schwenn and Kurt Xyst joined us to talk podcasting and Academic Advising. Their podcast has over 14,000 subscribers (that is 1398 more than this podcast). They are both Undergraduate Academic Counselors with the Gateway Center at the University of Washington. They do […]
Jeff, Laura, and Jeff are on a quest to create a collaborative Social Media Strategy. Laura has already started a google doc, and we hope you add your voice. If your campus has a social media strategy please share the link on the document or in the notes.
Red Rover Kiva Adds Student Loans To Microlending Marketplace Facebook Phone? Google Docs Editing Coming to iPad and Android Tom on Twitter
University Bans Social Media for a Week Discussed on Student Affairs Podcast Save Google Wave! Bridgewater State University Social Media Page Ed Online Website Twitter
CTC was down a Jeff, but it did not stop the other Jeff and Laura from having a great show with guest Alec Couros from the University of Regina. Here are the links discussed and shared durring the show: Alec’s Social Media & Open Education course EC&I 831 Alec’s Tenure Application Directory of Open Access […]
Original Air Date: August 23, 2010 Guest Sarah Robbins joined us on the podcast. You can find her website here. We started out talking about Second Life and moved on to location based application and sites. Some sites and apps we discussed: twitter 360 Own This World SCVNGR
Original Air Date: August 09, 2010 Slow to start & longer to post, but here’s the much anticipated list of Back to School Tech Tools, Part II from last week’s show: Waving Goodbye to Google Wave http://techcrunch.com/2010/08/04/wave-goodbye-to-google-wave/ Time will be given to export information from Wave; complete kill in January, perhaps? The Complete Guide to […]
Jeff, Laura, and Jeff discuss tech tools to use as school gets back in session. Back to School Tech Tools, Part I In honor of back to school prep, the Campus Tech Connection crew wanted to share various online tools, resources, gadgets & more that professionals & students in higher ed should take advantage of […]
This podcast has a brief history lesson in online bulletin boards, talk of back channels, millennial grades, a host disconnected, callers, and we did not even get to talk about Rey’s book or mention in the Huffington Post. Follow Rey on Twitter Read Rey’s Blog
Follow David on Twitter David’s Website OutSideTheText “The University and the Future of Knowledge.” “The University and the Future of Knowledge.”
Join us Monday July, 12 on the Campus Tech Connection podcast with guest Erik Qualman, author of Socialnomics: How social media transforms the way we live and do business. Erik is also the Global Vice President of Online Marketing for EF Education. You can listen live here 7:00 pm (CST), and the recording will be […]
Original Air Date: June 28, 2010 StraighterLine website StraighterLine on Twitter
Original Air Date: June 21, 2010 Flat World Knowledge Flat World on Twitter FWK Blog
Original Air Date: June 14, 2010 Speak! The Miseducation of College Students Anya DIY U Twitter List Social Media & Open Education Follow Anya on Twitter Buy the Book
Original Air Date: June 07, 2010 Guest was Stian Haklev, Co-Founder of P2PU Joi Ito to run Digital Journalism course on P2PU George Siemens Connectivism article Stian’s Blog Stian’s Twitter account A Self-Appointed Teacher Runs a One-Man ‘Academy’ on YouTube Apple’s iOS 4 Open Ed 2010