Note: This page covers information specific to Virginia.
For general information concerning the use of recording devices see the Recording Phone Calls, Conversations, Meetings and Hearings section of this guide.
This week’s podcast episode is a replay of a live stream I did a couple weeks ago on the topic of, “how to become an adult.” Joining me in the stream were Simon Clark and Jamie Miles, two You Tuber friends of mine who live in the UK. Jamie is also an Oxford grad, worked for Google for a while, and is now part of a technology startup.
student in climate science and an Oxford University graduate.
Before we begin, you should know that tapping phones without permission is obviously very illegal. Your own state law might have stricter laws on taping.Rachael Hains-Wesson, Senior Lecturer in Work-Integrated Learning, Swinburne University of Technology; Sophie Mc Kenzie, Lecturer, and Shaun Bangay, Senior Lecturer in Information Technology, School of Information Technology, Deakin University Students not only desire to study at stand-out universities, they also want to pursue an education where they can learn At university, students will at times use smart phones, i Pads, and laptop computers to read and annotate while viewing recorded lectures or when taking part in online discussion forums with their peers.However, many educators struggle with off-campus students' learning patterns when using technology, let alone offering off-campus students the opportunity to take part in real-time, "live" lectures to increase interaction and collaboration with on-campus students.If you enjoyed this episode, subscribe to the podcast on i Tunes!It’s easy, you’ll get new episodes automatically, and it also helps the show gain exposure 🙂 You can also leave a review!