Welcome to Hall Davidson's site
For an updated listing of presentations, keynotes, and workshops, go to DiscoveryEdSpeakersbureau.com. For information about booking engagements, contact Chrysti Hill at email@example.com or call her at 1-240-662-2831. To contact Hall Davidson, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presentations include "It's in Your Pocket:Teaching Spectacularly with Cellphones", "Revenge of the Digital Immigrants", "Maximizing Personal Media Players for Education: The MegaVCR", "Staggeringly Good Things Mixing Google Earth and Media", "Thinking Bigger As the World Gets Smaller".
For handouts and downloads, check out the blog titled Media Matters (Hall Davidson's blog for Discovery). The downloads, presentations, and handouts formerly posted here (z-Appendix) are now on the main speakers bureau page. Click on Hall Davidson, then click on Handouts in the left column. For more resources, visit the great community site DiscoveryEducatorNetwork.com
Visit the DEN!
Downloads from the site where you are now are below.
For all handouts and presentations on this page go here.
Please go here for downloads from older workshops from the DEN, EdTech Connect, NCCE, ICE, OTA, Tech Forum. These are the same for CUE.
Please go here for the Kit Builders for harvesting resources from the web for video projects.
Please go here for (older) NECC 2005 handouts (copyright, Adobe Premiere Elements, KitZu resources)
Please go here for copyright downloads.
The copyright video (short). Download. This is converted to work in video iPods Thanks, Burt Lo
For more information about Hall Davidson, please go here.
Go here for links to webinar of 1/18/2006.
http://discoveryeducatornetwork.com/ -The community webite
http://school.discovery.com/edtechconnect/halldavidson/resources.html - The Resources, videos, mp3's, links, and more.
http://school.discovery.com/edtechconnect/ - Archive of the webinar. "Hall will provide a walkthrough of the incredible wealth of teaching media resources available on the internet - videos, images, sounds, music, speeches, projects and more! Also, tips and tricks for making those resources accessible and friendly for students. Hall will share with you a secret for ensuring that media resources can be tied to your own state standards."
Archive of the presentation!
"My favorite thing is that the entire webinar is recorded and then made publicly available! Couldn't get a seat for Hall's webinar? Then check out the archive of the presentation! The sound is a little wonky, but you can still watch the entire webinar, check out the questions and answers, and review the resources at y our own leisure. You can refer back to it if you forget anything and share it with co-workers and friends. So if you couldn't make it, go visit the EdTech Connect web page and check it out for yourself! "
Find downloads for Hall Davidson's workshops, including workshops at NECC, copyright works for the California Technology Assistance Project and other conference keynotes, workshops, and sessions.
The link to the NECC, FirstView, and conference keynote addresses, including footnotes and attributions.
Information, guides, and further resources are available there for the Information Literacy Programs, the collaboration between KOCE, Golden West College, Los Angeles Times, and free for educational institutions.
And many other fine things...
Including classroom planning sheets, guides, and handouts from conference presentations.
For information about the California Student Media & Multimedia Festival, go here.