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Panel Discussion: The Pros and Cons of Online Education Vs. Face-to-Face Education

In this podcast, a panel composed of faculty, students, and a corporate human resources representative explore the pros and cons of online education compared with those of the traditional face-to-face environment.  [more…]

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Research

Buffalo State Web Site Refresh Discussion

In this podcast, the Web Team discusses the pending site redesign, the new homepage, and MYBuffState feature with students from Dean Reinhart's (Intro to) BSC 101 class. In this excerpt, students reflect on the current site and share their thoughts on the new look.  [more…]


Forum: College Web site

College Relations is embarking on a re-work of the college Web site. In this discussion the Web team shares the metrics that will shape the next version of buffalostate.edu, information on usability studies performed by RIT, traffic, search trends, and more.  [more…]

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Community

Discussion: What's the Future for Traditional Media?

Bill Rafel, lecturer, Communication Department, moderates this panel discussion on the future of traditional media. Topics include print circulation, what consumers want, and radio personalities. Panelists include: reporters, Dave Debo, from WBEN Radio Buffalo, and David McKinley, from WROC-TV Rochester, Operations Manager and On-Air personality Sue O'Neil, Washington Bureau Chief Jerry Zremski, and veteran talk radio producer Rita Rich.  [more…]

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WBNY-FM 91.3

Discussion: New Media, What's Next?

Joe Marren and Lou Rera of the Communication Department moderate this panel discussion concerning "What's new in the media." Topics include mobilizing the masses, media in relation to politics, and paying for content. Elena Cala Buscarino, managing editor at Buffalo Rising, and Randy Bushover, reporter at WBEN Radio, are featured panelists along with Alice Fisher, Unlimited PR owner, Mark Poloncarz, Erie County comptroller, and Kevin Hosey, Communications Director at the Erie County Legislature, rounding out the panel.  [more…]

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WBNY-FM 91.3

Discussion: What Do Consumers Want? Student Focus Group

Hear local traditional college-age students discuss what they want from media and what they are willing to pay for it. Alumnus John Rosso, Sr. Vice President, Citadel Interactive Division, Citadel Broadcasting, and Tom McCray, associate professor, Communication Department, moderate this panel discussion.  [more…]

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WBNY-FM 91.3 |
Research

Great Minds Student Podcasts: Leonardo da Vinci (Interview)

In the spring 2007 semester, students in Ramona Santa Maria's Computer Information Systems 101 classes were given an assignment to create, edit, and post a podcast. The charge was to profile some of the individuals included in Buffalo State's 2006-2008 academic theme, Great Minds That Shaped Our Intellectual World, and other noted scholars. The end results provide an imaginative, informative, and fun look at some of history's most influential intellectuals.  [more…]

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Great Minds |
Historical

Great Minds Student Podcasts: Imhotep

In the spring 2007 semester, students in Ramona Santa Maria's Computer Information Systems 101 classes were given an assignment to create, edit, and post a podcast. The charge was to profile some of the individuals included in Buffalo State's 2006-2008 academic theme, Great Minds That Shaped Our Intellectual World, and other noted scholars. The end results provide an imaginative, informative, and fun look at some of history's most influential intellectuals.  [more…]

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Great Minds |
Historical

Great Minds Student Podcasts: Pablo Picasso (Interview)

In the spring 2007 semester, students in Ramona Santa Maria's Computer Information Systems 101 classes were given an assignment to create, edit, and post a podcast. The charge was to profile some of the individuals included in Buffalo State's 2006-2008 academic theme, Great Minds That Shaped Our Intellectual World, and other noted scholars. The end results provide an imaginative, informative, and fun look at some of history's most influential intellectuals.  [more…]

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Great Minds |
Historical

Great Minds Student Podcasts: Alan Turing

In the spring 2007 semester, students in Ramona Santa Maria's Computer Information Systems 101 classes were given an assignment to create, edit, and post a podcast. The charge was to profile some of the individuals included in Buffalo State's 2006-2008 academic theme, Great Minds That Shaped Our Intellectual World, and other noted scholars. The end results provide an imaginative, informative, and fun look at some of history's most influential intellectuals.  [more…]

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Great Minds |
Historical

Great Minds Student Podcasts: Grace Murray Hopper

In the spring 2007 semester, students in Ramona Santa Maria's Computer Information Systems 101 classes were given an assignment to create, edit, and post a podcast. The charge was to profile some of the individuals included in Buffalo State's 2006-2008 academic theme, Great Minds That Shaped Our Intellectual World, and other noted scholars. The end results provide an imaginative, informative, and fun look at some of history's most influential intellectuals.  [more…]

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Great Minds |
Historical

Great Minds Student Podcasts: Charlie Parker

In the spring 2007 semester, students in Ramona Santa Maria's Computer Information Systems 101 classes were given an assignment to create, edit, and post a podcast. The charge was to profile some of the individuals included in Buffalo State's 2006-2008 academic theme, Great Minds That Shaped Our Intellectual World, and other noted scholars. The end results provide an imaginative, informative, and fun look at some of history's most influential intellectuals.  [more…]

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Great Minds |
Historical

Great Minds Student Podcasts: Charles Darwin

In the spring 2007 semester, students in Ramona Santa Maria's Computer Information Systems 101 classes were given an assignment to create, edit, and post a podcast. The charge was to profile some of the individuals included in Buffalo State's 2006-2008 academic theme, Great Minds That Shaped Our Intellectual World, and other noted scholars. The end results provide an imaginative, informative, and fun look at some of history's most influential intellectuals.  [more…]

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Great Minds |
Historical

Fall Colloquial Speaker Series: Kent Keating

Amherst native Kent Keating, founder of the search engine Kanoodle, was the featured speaker at the Fall Colloquial Speaker Series (sponsored by the School of the Professions and the Continuing Professional Studies Office). In this recording, Keating discusses his business philosophies and the changing nature of the Web.

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Speeches

HighEdWebDev 2005: Integrating Podcasting into Your Institution's Web Site

Presentation by Buffalo State's Paul Kruczynski and Brett Essler at the HighEdWebDev Conference at RIT, November 8, 2005. The presentation takes an in-depth look at the integration of podcasting into Buffalo State's existing core Web applications and the presentation of podcasts in an accessible and navigable user interface.  [more…]


WBNY All-Talk: Byte Me (10/17/05)

Join show host Silent Bob as he tells you what software you'll need to keep your new computer safe. Byte Me is heard every Monday from 9:30-10:00 p.m. on WBNY-FM 91.3, Buffalo State's student-run radio station.


WBNY All-Talk: Byte Me (8/15/05)

Join "Silent Bob," one of WBNY's All Talk Monday show hosts, as he gives the skinny on the world of technology. Byte Me is heard every Monday from 9:30-10:00 p.m. on WBNY-FM 91.3. WNBY-FM 91.3 is Buffalo State's student-run radio station.  [more…]


WBNY All-Talk: Byte Me (8/8/05)

Join show host Silent Bob as he tells you what software you'll need to keep your new computer safe. Byte Me is heard every Monday from 9:30-10:00 p.m. on WBNY-FM 91.3, Buffalo State's student-run radio station.  [more…]


WBNY All-Talk: Byte Me (7/25/05)

Join "Silent Bob," one of WBNY's All Talk Monday show hosts, as he gives the skinny on the world of technology. If you have a question about your computer, Silent Bob presents an approach that "isn't rocket science."


WBNY All-Talk: Byte Me (7/11/05)

Join "Silent Bob," one of WBNY's All Talk Monday show hosts, as he gives the skinny on the world of technology. If you have a question about your computer, Silent Bob presents an approach that "isn't rocket science."