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Open Academia

Open Academia is a publishing partner aimed at helping scholarly societies and university presses run their journals in an open access environment. We deliver support on all aspects of publishing, making sure that the peer review, production and publication process runs hitch-free and with a happy author at the end of it. Open Academia is not a publisher – we believe academic publishing is best run by researchers and we provide the infrastructure, support and expertise to help accomplish this.

http://www.openacademia.net/

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Radio Edutalk

Radio Edutalk is an Internet Radio Station run by David Noble & John Johnston. It consists of live broadcasts and archived content as a podcast. More info: http://edutalk.cc. Guests ‘appear’ over Skype and generally find it an enjoyable experience. The shows go out on Tuesday & Wednesday at 8pm, we normally give a brief intro, ask our guests to introduce themselves, then talk about a topic. We ask questions and sometimes pass on questions from the live audience via email or twitter.The audio is then published as a podcast under a Creative Commons license.

Radio Edutalk is a free education and professional learning resource. There are no production costs, no charge to listeners, and no payments made to guests. Anyone can also contribute short pieces of audio to Edutalk by posting audio to audioboom and tagging their post edutalk or by mailing audio to audio@edutalk.info.

 

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Reclaim Hosting

Reclaim Hosting provides educators and institutions with an easy way to offer their students domains and web hosting that they own and control.

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The Edtech Podcast

Sophie Bailey is the founder of the iTunes new and noteworthy, The Edtech Podcast. The mission statement of The Edtech Podcast is to improve the dialogue between ‘ed’ and ‘tech’ through storytelling, for better innovation. The main audience are global education leaders, with a secondary audience of start ups, bluechips, investors, Government and media.

The podcast has 1400+ downloads each week from 109 countries. Sponsors of the podcast have included Microsoft, The Japan Prize, Kano computing, Primo Toys, ClearlySo, and Firefly Learning. Sophie has spoken for the Department of International Trade, ASU GSV Summit, Katapult Future Tech and recorded LIVE podcasts at Bett, Loughborough University London and London Edtech Week.

Previous and upcoming speakers on The Edtech Podcast include:

  • Kamesh Flynn, Dept of Social Development, Western Cape SA (Early Years)
  • Hanan Al Hroub, Global Teacher Prize Winner (K-12)
  • Tom Andriola, CIO and Vice President at the University of California Office of the President (HE)
  • Paul Feldman, CEO, JISC (HE)
  • Dominic Norrish, Group Technology Director, United Learning (K-12)
  • David Bray, Chief Information Officer, Federal Communications Commission (GOV)
  • Andrew Harper, Head of Innovation, UNHCR (GOV/NGO)
  • Andreas Schleicher, Director for the Directorate of Education and Skills, OECD (GOV/NGO)
  • Justin van Fleet, Chief of Staff to Rt. Honourable Gordon Brown, Office of the UN Special Envoy for Global Education (GOV/NGO)
  • Deborah Quazzo, Edtech Investor, GSV Partners (Investment)
  • Imogen Heap, Award-winning tech-enthusiast musician and collaborator (Lifelong Learning)
  • Eric Sheninger,  International Center for Leadership in Education (Leadership)
  • Lauri Järvilehto, CEO, Lightneer and Ex-Angry Bird (Start Up/Gaming)

I am both a listener and a past interviewee on The Edtech Podcast and I can’t recommend it highly enough: it’s an excellent resource.
Prof. Rose Luckin, Professor of Learner Centred Design, UCL Knowledge Lab

The Edtech Podcast is available on iTunes, Pocketcast and Libsyn and is free to subscribe. Follow the conversation on Twitter @podcastedtech, Instagram @podcastedtech and Facebook, The Edtech Podcast.

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Visual Thinkery

Visual Thinkery uncovers insight amongst dialogue. We work with individuals and organisations, commonly in the areas of Education, Technology and Business, in order to develop an aesthetic, articulate ideas, define strategies, or craft visual communications. Our process is collaborative, open, and very visual. (Oh – and we’re big fans of ALT!)

http://visualthinkery.com


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