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SpEdTeach2 Introduction and Preamble

This is my brief audio file introduction.  It is great to be on board! - SpEdTeach2


Despite several computer glitches and other related technical challenges, all participants declared that the show was a huge success.

Here is the edited version submitted for your perusal and listening pleasure...Enjoy!!

Please click here for my Webcast Portfolio.  My chatlog is below.

Ustream links:  Gradcast  and Pictures

Floyd E. Lambert


Hello, I am Liz Lambert, and I joined the Webcast Academy in 2006.

It was not until the summer of this year (2009) that I have become an active member.  The gap between my membership and participation can in part be attributed to the many hardware issues I encountered.  Once I was able to make contact with Jeff Lebow, he gave me a great confidence booster when he promptly allayed my fears.  Thank you Jeff!

Now, here I am, at the end of quite an interesting journey, or should I say, a brief stop over on this infinite journey into the ever evolving world of technology.  I know that this is just the tip of the webcasting iceberg since my newly acquired skills would enable me as both a producer and webcaster to effectively establish appropriate networking links within and without the WCA.

It is my desire to share the extensive knowledge and skills gained to date with anyone who is desirious of receiving it.  I also intend to use the knowledge gained to improve my web presence and enhance my career.

Many thanks to all those who have helped make the WCA what it is today.  Special thanks again to Jeff Lebow, Sheila Adams, Cathy Evanoff, Ms Durff and Peggy George who have so unselfishly assisted me.  Thanks also to my guests, friends and relatives many of whom responded to short impromptu invitations.  Last but not least, thank you to Santon Lambert, my co-host for his unwavering support.

I was very fortunate to have a star-studded group of people appearing as guests on my shows.  This resulted in some very great content indeed, and given the positive spin and interest shown by the web community, the likelihood of a sequel seems to be in the offing.

Webcast Report (Interncast #1): 

Interview with Clayton Lambert former Guyana and West Indies Cricket Player

One of my main reasons for selecting Clayton as a guest is that he reiterated the saying that "determination can lead to success."  Clayton at the very early age of 12 determined that via Cricket he was going to tour the world , and by application, grit and determination he did - making his childhood dream a reality.  He toured every continent of the world.  A very remarkable accomplishment in my estimation.

Clayton shared this very interesting journey with us.  He looked at present-day cricket in the USA and came up with proposals to give the game a shot in the arm.  He also discussed the upcoming World Cup 20/20  Game, and gave us a comparative analysis of baseball and cricket in the USA.

After the show, he noted that this was the first forum in which he was able to trace his career from childhood to present day since most of his previous interviews focused on specific matches that he played over the years, and so as a follow up, he also expressed his willingness to mobilize a panel of cricket experts to talk about issues affecting the development of USA cricket and the measures being taken to resolve them.

Webcast Report (Interncast #2): 

This was definitely a case of "all's well that ends well."  The show was off to a bad start and had to be postponed to the following day after several pc crashes.  I then switched to my HP dc 7100 computer from which I aired the show.

While on a recent trip to Guyana, South America in July of this year, I noticed Shelly busily preparing for her lawn tennis summer camp for kids in her capacity as coach and co-ordinator.  I was fascinated with the summer camp's preparation, organization and related modalities.  This peaked my interest, and it was then that I determined that I had to have her on the show.  Fortunately for me, she had a brief stop-over in New York after an international coaching workshop in Spain and kindly consented to the interview.

Shelly shared with us her experiences as a lawn tennis player.  We looked at her many achievements and explored some of the obstacles/challenges faced in the development of the game in Guyana.  Her desire is to raise the standard of the game in Guyana to an international level so that the possibility of Wimbledon being held there could become a reality.

Among the other topics we discussed were the balancing of roles as a parent and professional; her cooking as well as her recent visit to Spain and New York as a tourist.  This was very interesting.


Webcast Report (Interncast #3): 

"I have music in my brain and blood..." - David Terhune.

"A firey discussion..." - Santon Lambert (Co-host)

On this show I had three guests:

          David Terhune - Musician and Writer

          Dexter Daly - Recording Artist

          Eslyn Lambert - Former Member, Guyana Police Mixed Voice Choir

My guests shared with us the highlights of their musical careers.  David and Dexter, much to our delight, treated us to live singing.  They also looked at the problems facing the music industry such as copyright, listenership and finance.

Dexter impressed us with stories of his one-man-band (Love Connection Band) involved in an exciting Caribbean tour while Eslyn recounted how the choir used their music to comfort and entertain.

David also shared with us his career as a writer.  Since he writes on political and topical issues, he was asked to consider a run for political office.  A very lively debate ensued with David being the opponent and everyone else being proponents. :-)

There was also talk of a follow up with a variety concert online.

Overall, the session proved to be very entertaining indeed.

The quality of the webcast was somewhat flawed because of computer issues.  There was some feedback from another pc in the room playing the same Ustream channel.  It was not until halfway during the show that I observed that my speakers were on and muted them.  I posted the much edited version.




Show Notes:   - Interncast #3

Due to my speaker not being muted, and another pc running the Ustream channel in the same room, there was some amount of feedback. 

The Theme of this  Interncast could best be described as “Music Fever.”


During the recording of this show, I had several pc issues plus the quality of the phone service of the interviewee, who was in Atlanta, was at times not the greatest.   Despite these issues we managed to get the show on the road.  Overall, it proved to be very interesting indeed.

Cricket, lovely cricket!!!!!!




Show Notes - Interview with Shelly-Daly-Ramdyhan

Our special guest in today's interview was Shelly Daly-Ramdyhan, Lawn Tennis Star, Coach, and Co-ordinator, Guyana, South America.

We discussed matters ranging from Shelly's rise to stardom in the tennis arena to her passion for cooking as well as her recent experience as a tourist in Spain and New York.

Scheduling a Webcast on the Calendar

Hello Jeff/Guides,

I'm intrested in securing a spot to post a webcast on the Webcast Academy Calendar, and would be grateful if you could be helpful in facilitating this process.

Lizlambert - Live Streaming of a Conversation

This is an audio recording of an impromptu conversation I had on Skype along with three other participants.  It was simultaneously aired on 

We briefly discussed topics ranging from website hosting, community development in Brooklyn, poverty reduction in Guyana, South America,  as well as a recent church visit to the White House.

Grateful for your questions, comments and/or suggestions.



Here is my introduction.

Recording a Conversation


I was not satisfied with the quality of the audio of  the interviewee, and as a result edited the recording. 

Here is the edited version of the conversation submitted for review.

Music used in recording: Duckett - Wired But Disconnected -

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