A conversation with CJ Rayhill about Safari U and technology in education

For today's installment of my Friday podcast series I got together with CJ Rayhill. She's the CIO at O'Reilly and Associates and, with Allen Noren, has been leading the SafariU project. It's a service that provides college course materials online and also as customized books printed on demand.

I've been on a bit of an education kick lately, so we also talked more broadly about how technologies at the intersection of publishing and education -- including podcasting and screencasting -- will influence the future of learning and teaching.

Disclosure: I helped create the original Safari Books Online, but I haven't been involved with it since 2002. I also briefly consulted with SafariU at the beginning of that project, but haven't been involved since before joining InfoWorld.

Update: Transcript available..

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