Monthly Archives: March 2014

Good Enough Lecture Capture

I like to use the term “good enough” to mean that a certain technology is good enough to solve the problem that it was designed for – I guess in many ways it is a synonym to the term “minimum … Continue reading

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Shaing Lectures via a Shared Dropbox

LectureMonkey always made it easy ┬áto share a course with everyone in your domain, or to send a “share” to users via their email. It turns out that for some courses the attendees don’t all belong to a specific domain … Continue reading

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Sharing LectureMonkey Lectures in Moodle

If your course uses an LMS (like Moodle) it is easy to add a link to a LectureMonkey lecture. 1. Go to the LectureMonkey website and find the lecture you want to add to your LMS (e.g. Moodle). 2. Left-click … Continue reading

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Lectures over the Transom

One metaphor we used to use at IBM research was technology “over the transom”. “Over the transom” is an idiom for work submitted for publication without being solicited. The idea was that in many cases Research would come up with … Continue reading

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