Thursday evening (September 7), hear an interview of Larry Cuban, emeritus professor of education at Stanford, and author of "Oversold and Underused: Computers in the Classroom." The one hour interview starts at 5 pm PDT, (8 pm in Pittsburgh) and is set for a live webcast with a question and answer session at the end.
The webcast and the concurrent chatroom are available. Upcoming interviews on Open Office (Solveig Haugland & Ben Horst), Open Source Software in Education (Eric S. Raymond & Doc
Searls), and Open Source licensing (Ruth Lutes & Ragavan Srinivasan
Recordings of the interview (.mp3 and .ogg) with Prof. Cuban will be available on Friday. Recent interviews recordings are available at
* Victoria Davis and Adam Frey on "Wikis--What Are They, and Why Use Them in Education?"
* Michelle Moore on "Moodle: An Open Source Learning Management System"
* Mike Huffman and Laura Taylor on "Indiana's ACCESS Program: Affordable Classroom Computers for Every Secondary Student"
* Daniel Howard and William Fragakis on Atlanta Public Schools' Linux Thin Client Project
* Jim McQuillan and Eric Harrison on LTSP, K12LTSP, and Linux Thin Client for Schools
* Dr. David Thornburg on "Free and Open Source Software in Education"