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Caroline McCullen Discusses MidLink’s History (Podcast 1) December 21, 2006

Posted by Joselyn Todd in Podcasts.
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MidLink ImageToday I have finally completed the first of what I hope to be are numerous podcasts for MidLink Magazine. I was fortunate to be able to catch up with Caroline McCullen of SAS in School, SAS, Cary, NC, the founder of MidLink. It was really interesting speaking with Caroline as she was able to provide a wonderful overview of the history of MidLink as well as some thoughts about her perceptions of best practices in ed tech. As the newest member of a talented group of editors for MidLink, it was enlightening to talk with Caroline and realize how much ed tech has really changed, yet not changed, since the early days of the Internet which are not so long ago (1994). I hope you enjoy the podcast and please check out MidLink Magazine as a resource for ideas for student based project work. A thank you to NCState University for their support to MidLink as well as the University of Central Florida. Enjoy… and feel free to comment and send your thoughts…

MidLink Podcast 1

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