This time it is being held at Duke University . . . so any east coasters interested in academic podcasting, podcasting production or the technical side of podcasting should come out to the event. So don’t think that if you haven’t defended a thesis you’re not welcome. Like I said, I’ll be there.
Feel free to read the schedule for more information.
My presentation will be on authenticated and personalized RSS feeds. ‘Authenticated’ meaning password protected feeds and what they are good for and ‘personalized’ meaning that the content delivered through the feeds is specific to the individual receiver. I’ll also dabble a bit in the importance of being able to track individual RSS usage.
And since this is being held at an academic institution a portion of my presentation will come from my work with JCAHO delivering professional development (sort of academic) with RSS as piece of a low-threshold Learning Managment System (LMS).