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Re: education, technology & chat


> I'm about to make this a major project, especially as I'm about to hit
> Sydney for a month. I'll report back on the audio side of this issue when I
> can. There's more to classroom discourse than IRF, and we need to work out
> ways of getting at it.

I totally agree.  Please keep me in the loop.
> Thanks again for opening up your work for this multidimensional discussion,
> ensuing battles and all!
> Phil
> .  It works great for interviews, and is horrible for group
> > discourse at a table when the rest of the class is noisy.  I'm not sure if
> > it's the compression method or what, but I get much better audio with
> analog
> > cassette.  I'm looking into table mics and could benefit from anyone's
> > suggestions.
> >
> > In this math case, since the discourse is IRF, there is only one person
> > talking at a time and i think i've got something useful.  I'll process it
> > tomorrow while traveling and will know better then.
> >
> > Yes, the discourse is important to my study.  The challenge is capturing
> > something useful.
> >
> >
> >