Tuesday, October 27, 2009

My Second Foray with Wetoku

This past month, I have been using Wetoku to conduct interviews about teachers and wikis. Wetoku is a free, web-based service that allows you to host interviews that can be recorded and embedded. For more information on Wetoku, read my review here.

This time, I had the good fortune of interviewing Bekci Kelly, an amazing librarian and media specialist from Quakertown Community School District, about the use of wikis. I have embedded the interview below-- Bekci is a model educator!

Since this was my second time using the tool, things went more smoothly. We both wore headsets so the feedback is greatly reduced. Enjoy!


  1. Kristen - It was such a fantastic experience being interviewed by you on Wetoku! On your wiki you have this interview, as well as the ones you conducted with Rich Kiker and Tom Murray, for an inservice that you are presenting later this school year. What a fabulous tool - you can gather personal accounts - primary sources, if you will - and make them available to your students in much the same form that you experienced them. Thank you for sharing such a fabulous resource and allowing me to be part of the incredible work you are doing with teachers!



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