Gadget Monday: Better Podcasting

A podcast might be the perfect tool for broadcasting your sermon or special event, but while they're fairly easy to put together, getting good quality sound takes some thought. The standard microphone that comes with most computers - or heaven forbid the built-in version in your laptop - creates a tinny far-away sound that instantly cheapens your broadcast. If you're doing any kind of recording on your computer, having decent equipment is a must.

Choose Your (Tech) Weapon

We've been invited by a client that serves synagogues to put together a series of quick-hit webinars based on common problems their constituency has with technology. We're still not sure which will be the most welcomed by the community, so I wanted to open up to you for your vote. In exchange, we'll host a presentation on the same topic for no charge. You can post your thoughts by clicking the comments link here or by contacting me directly. Which would you rather learn?
  • Put your first video on YouTube
  • Create your first podcast
  • Start your first blog

Universities Reach Large Audiences Through E-Learning

Even small universities can reach large student audiences through online learning programs. Take, for example, the University of Illinois, which has an exemplary online learning program and wants to reach 10,000 new online students by next year, according to a report this week by NPR.