Twitter 102

December 30, 2008 by

In this episode of Chancellor Converstions, learn how to set up your own account in Twitter.

Twitter 102

This is part of the Twitter curriculum at Social Media University, Global (SMUG).

Blogging 305

October 23, 2008 by

In this podcast episode, learn from SMUG Chancellor Lee Aase how you can map your WordPress.com blog to a custom domain.

Blogging 305

Yammer 102

October 22, 2008 by

Yammer 102 enables SMUGgles at Social Media University, Global to get hands-on experience with the Yammer service for enterprise microblogging.

Yammer 102

Podcasting 110

July 29, 2008 by

In this edition of Chancellor Conversations, Social Media University Global http://social-media-university-global.org/ (SMUG) Chancellor Lee Aase describes how you can get your podcast listed in iTunes and Podcast Alley, and how your most important podcast listing is on your own blog.

Podcasting 110

Claiming my feed in Podcast Alley

July 26, 2008 by

My Podcast Alley feed! {pca-da3af38a609b79ee0533d7fcff7a134f}

Podcasting 109

July 9, 2008 by

In this edition of Social Media University, Global’s Chancellor Conversations, learn how to use Feedburner.com to dress up your podcast feed and provide extended statistics and functionality.

Podcasting 109

Podcasting 108

June 27, 2008 by

In this edition of Chancellor Conversations, learn how to subscribe to a podcast using the cut-and-paste method, using the RSS feed generated natively by WordPress.

Podcasting 108

Chapter Four of Lilly and the Russet Gigantus

June 21, 2008 by

Lilly and the Russet Gigantus Due to popular demand, I’ve uploaded chapter four of Lilly and the Russet Gigantus. Also, take a look at the book’s blog at http://lillybooks.wordpress.com/.

Chapter 4 MP3

Lilly and the Russet Gigantus Teaser (Chapter 3)

June 21, 2008 by

My sister and I have been working on a really fun children’s chapter book. The idea for the book came a few years ago during a particularly inspiring college ecology course. There is so much to learn about the world, about nature. It is all around us, and yet the workings of … say, a dandelion … is as foreign to most of us as Madagascar. We know so little about how living things work, to us it seems like magic.

Botanists as heroes? Sounds unlikely, you say. But you would be glad to have a good botanist around if a carnivorous vine kept stealing your pizza. Or a man-eating plant was trying to hypnotize your dad.

Lee Aase of SMUG (Social Media University Global) has me be a guinea pig on one of his podcast classes. I gave Lee chapter three of the audio book. Take a listen here…Chapter Three of Lilly and the Russet Gigantus.

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