Broadcast Support

We have the follow items available for you to borrow:

  • Olympus ME-15 Tie Clip Microphone
  • H4n handy recorder
  • Olympus WS-811 Digital Stereo Voice Recorder
  • Philips Bluetooth HD Conference Speaker
  • Logitech USB microphone
  • Headset with microphone for use with desktop or laptop computer

The equipment is loaned and returned via recorded post, with the costs borne by Radio Edutalk.

You may wish to use the above items to record a workshop or other presentation that you are running. Maybe you are involved in organising a conference and would like to share some of the content with listeners to Radio Edutalk.

Perhaps you have another idea as to how to use the equipment.

Please bear in mind that John and David can support you to set-up your own one-off or regular live or pre-recorded broadcast, hosted elsewhere or on Radio Edutalk. Contact us at edutalkr@hotmail.co.uk.

 

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  1. Liane Paixao

    My name is Liane Paixao and I am currently working as a 21st Century/Academic ICT resource teacher with the TCDSB in Toronto, Canada. I’ve recently initiated the recording of a music album, where all compositions were inspired by education books based on sound research that have helped shift my thinking as an educator. The idea is to, through music, to engage educators in reflecting on their practice. The album will contain 5-6 songs. The lead song “Is This For Real?” has been published, and I’m in the process of recording the second one “Learn Together”, which is based on the main messages of the book “Intentional Interruptions”, written by Steven Katz and Lisa Dack. If you would like to find out more about the project, I would be pleased to tell you more about it. You can find some more info on my e-portfolio/blog by clicking on the link below:

    My name is Liane Paixao and I am currently working as a 21st Century/Academic ICT resource teacher with the TCDSB in Toronto, Canada. I’ve recently initiated the recording of a music album, where all compositions were inspired by education books based on sound research that have helped shift my thinking as an educator. The idea is to, through music, to engage educators in reflecting on their practice. The album will contain 5-6 songs. The lead song “Is This For Real?” has been published, and I’m in the process of recording the second one “Learn Together”, which is based on the main messages of the book “Intentional Interruptions”, written by Steven Katz and Lisa Dack. If you would like to find out more about the project, I would be pleased to tell you more about it. You can find some more info on my e-portfolio/blog by clicking on the link below:

    http://lianepaixao.wordpress.com/category/professional-knowledge/p-k-samples/

    http://peterwillis.ca/is-this-for-real-2/

    I look forward to hearing from you!

    Best regards,

    Liane Paixao

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