In its third overall episode, and second since its
pragmatic glorious return, the ProfHacker podcast takes on syllabuses and the first day. Participants include Brian, Natalie, Jason, Lincoln, and Anastasia. Ironically, the fact that my own syllabuses were a bit late in coming together meant that this is going up a few days later than I would’ve wanted.
You can download the audio file here, or, if you’d prefer, you can watch the video:
Unless there is some sort of mass public outcry, this will probably be the last of the video format. That’s both because I’ve sorted out some recording questions, and because if we move to audio-only, it’ll free up some other people to participate.
Also: a dedicated RSS feed is coming!
ProfHacker posts mentioned or invoked in this episode include:
- Lincoln on Alfred, a launch utility for Macs
- Brian on Attendance2
- Natalie’s “Syllabus: Extreme Maekover”; a group post on fast syllabus hacks; me on “Fixing a Syllabus”; Natalie on “From the Archives: New Semester, New Year”
- Ryan on ScholarPress; George on using WordPress and GCal–parts one, two, and three, as well as his post on creating a syllabus with a spreadsheet and a calendar app