The LMSPodcast series consists of interviews with people who use learning management systems. It primarily focuses on the Blackboard learning management system, but other systems are also covered. And most of the discussion is not specific to any one learning management system.

Friday, February 22, 2008

BbFS 37 Lisa Pupo, Spring-Ford HS, PA

Lisa Pupo is an instructor and course designer at Spring-Ford High School, in Pennsylvania. She is also a member of the Virtual High School consortium. He course, Cultural Identity Through Literature, won one of the Blackboard Exemplary Course awards in 2007.
Listen to BbFS37 (25 minutes)
View course: Cultural Identity Through Literature

Monday, February 11, 2008

BbFS 36 Kelly Dukelow, Kamehameha Schools, Hawaii

Kelly Dukelow is the Distance Learning Instructor at Kamehameha Schools in Hawaii. Their course, Hawaiian Pacific Literature, won one of the Blackboard Exemplary Course awards in 2007. Their team entered the competition to get feedback, and was selected as one of the winning entries. This was great recognition for the newly created Virtual Strategies and Distance Learning group.
Listen to BbFS36 (27 minutes)
View course: Hawaiian Pacific Literature

Monday, February 04, 2008

BbFS 35 Bill Vilberg, Univ. of Miami

This is a short apology for not posting any interviews during the fall. Interviews will begin being posted next week. There are three or four interviews from last summer that never got posted and then we will continue with new interviews. Look for a podcast each Monday or Tuesday.

Listen to BbFS35 (3 minutes)