Education Next is a journal of opinion and research about education policy. Our podcasts include stories, interviews, and discussions of the latest developments in education policy. The Education Next Book Club features in-depth interviews by Mike Petrilli with authors of new and classic books about education. For more information visit educationnext.org
By Education Next
These are a set of podcasts prepared by myself, Adam Franklin-Lyons, along with a variety of guests on various topics in history. The podcasts range from short vignettes or insteresting historical tidbits, to medium length presentations, to extended discussions or explorations of larger historical narratives; I will cover many different time periods and topics, changing each month. This podcast should be accessible to anyone with a general interest in history. Generally the podcasts will be about European history, although I'm happy to entertain requests about almost anything. The podcast will update once a month with a new episode.
By The History Cafe
The Head Trash Show is for anyone who would like a calmer mind and have less stress in their life. Head Trash is that clutter in your head that stops you from thinking clearly, experiencing calmness and being happy. Just imagine how great life would be without it! In this show, Alexia shares simple tips and how-to's for clearing your head trash so that you can achieve confidence, clarity and calmness in your life and business. If you like the show please subscribe and go to www.headtrash.co.uk to get your copy of our 5 step Head Trash Clearance Method.
By Alexia Leachman
KSRE / College of Agriculture Podcast - K-State Research and Extension: Agriculture TodayJoin Now to Follow
K-State agricultural specialists and other experts examine agricultural issues facing Kansas and the nation. Hosted by Eric Atkinson
By Kansas State University
The Public Speaking Power Podcast: Become A Better Public Speaker | Improve Your Presentation and Communication SkillsJoin Now to Follow
The Public Speaking Power Podcast is all about helping you become a better public speaker and presenter. The information provided will help you improve your communication skills and become a truly effective communicator. Whether you are presenting at a business meeting or speaking in public to a crowd of people these tips and trick will help you overcome to fear of public speaking and deliver your presentation with power. It doesn't matter if you use power point or keynote, or no slides at all, knowing how to speak in public with confidence will help you in all facets of your life.
By Ryan McLean: Public Speaker, Presenter and Effective Communicator
Engineers make the news by designing cool things, building great things, or causing spectacular disasters. Apollo 11 is famous for putting astronauts on the Moon - Apollo 13 is famous for putting astronauts in extreme peril. The Curiousity Rover landed on Mars. The Mars Polar Lander crashed iinto Mars. The Golden Gate bridge is a spectacular landmark - the Tacoma Narrows bridge was a spectacular failure. There are place names hardly anyone would know except for the tragic events that happened there. Bhopal, Potters Bar, Chernobyl, Flixborough, Seveso, Fukushima. This is a podcast about how not to be famous.
KSRE / College of Agriculture Podcast - K-State Research and Extension: TV News StoriesJoin Now to Follow
TV News Stories is a video series of short news covering a wide range of topics of interest to Kansans.
By Kansas State University