Just finished the 2nd ever #notatcoffeeEDU broadcast, this time powered by Periscope thanks to +Craig Yen, and it was SO MUCH BETTER. +Peggy George mentioned that Periscope takes less bandwidth than GHO, and that’s why it worked so well. I think all of us participating from home really appreciated being able to comment and send hearts.
And YAY for being able to Periscope in landscape now!
If you’re on Twitter, but not on Periscope, get on there STAT. Check out “The Beginner’s Guide to Using Periscope in Education”. Many of us who are #notattiste are keeping track via Periscope- consider Periscoping your next conference or EdCamp or anything edtech experience. We homebodies appreciate it.
This really was a lesson in the right tool for the job.
- Craig had 167 viewers overall!
- Craig found other ISTE noobs!
- 1:40- We heard about Peekapak.
- Craig introduced others to Periscope! As @chargerrific commented, “Always the teacher”
- 4:45- Plickers shared that they are working on sharing!
- 5:00- Craig shared his 2 hours without wifi in the exhibitor hall…
- 6:18- Craig meets Michael Fricano II (@edtechnocation) for the first time!
- THANK YOU AmazonEDU (@msclaragalan, @amazonedu) for hosting #coffeeEDU!
- 8:30- +Alice Keeler talks about her new book, 50 Things to Go Further with Google Classroom. Don’t forget about her first book, 50 Things You Can Do with Google Classroom.
- 10:30- live demo of Plickers!
- 12:49 Craig talks about being selective with swag (“stuff we all get”) and taking photos and tweeting. Check out his blog.
- Craig is a tweeting maniac. He will break Storify. No, really.
- 14:55- Craig shows our Today’s Meet and his Tweetdeck. His Periscope “screensharing” rules!
- 16:04- Shout out to #ISTEball!
- Alice was looking out for me. Thank you, Alice!