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  • 1. http://www.ingentaconnect.com/search? form_name=advanced&title=podcast+&title_type=tka&author=&journal=&journal_type=words&vol ume=&issue=&database=1&year_from=2003&year_to=2008&pageSize=20&x=42&y=13 Search Results Electronic content: Search Fax/Ariel content 8 articles with title/keywords/abstract containing podcast Key: - Free Content - New Content - Subscribed Content - Free Trial Content modify search Display per page How to convince the unconvincibles? A mass mediated approach to communicate sustainable lifestyles to a low-interest target group Authors: Reisch, Lucia A.; Bietz, Sabine Source: International Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development, Volume 2, Number 2, 30 January 2008 , pp. 192-200(9) Publisher: Inderscience Using podcasts to promote Government documents collections Author: Barnes, Newkirk Source: Library Hi Tech, Volume 25, Number 2, 2007 , pp. 220-230(11) Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited Multimedia-casting syndication for educational purposes Considerations of a Podcast for use in higher education Author: O'Toole, Gregory Source: British Journal of Educational Technology, Volume 38, Number 5, September 2007 , pp. 939-941(3) Publisher: Blackwell Publishing Podcast Pilots for Distance Planning, Programming, and Development Author: Cordes, Sean Source: Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning, Volume 2, Number 4, 11 April 2007 , pp. 79-91(13) Publisher: Haworth Press Podcasting: Exploring the Possibilities for Academic Libraries Authors: Worcester, Lea; Barker, Evelyn Source: College & Undergraduate Libraries, Volume 13, Number 3, 19 October 2006 , pp. 87-91(5) Publisher: Haworth Press Podcasting at the University of Virginia Claude Moore Health Sciences Library Authors: Ragon, Bart; Looney, Ryan P. Source: Medical Reference Services Quarterly, Volume 26, Number 1, 20 December 2006 , pp. 17-26(10) Publisher: Haworth Press Integrating and Promoting Medical Podcasts into the Library Collection
  • 2. Author: Kraft, Michelle Source: Medical Reference Services Quarterly, Volume 26, Number 1, 20 December 2006 , pp. 27-35(9) Publisher: Haworth Press Explorations in course-casting: podcasts in higher education Authors: Bongey, Sarah Bryans; Cizadlo, Gerald; Kalnbach, Lynn Source: Campus-Wide Information Systems, Volume 23, Number 5, 2006 , pp. 350-367(18) Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited http://www.sciencedirect.com/science? _ob=ArticleListURL&_method=list&_ArticleListID=723104061&_sort=d&view= c&_acct=C000023138&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_userid=6876060&md5=0 7175637a2ceba07bb4b3d06980beb42 1. ZemPod: A semantic web approach to podcasting Web Semantics: Science, Services and Agents on the World Wide Web, In Press, Corrected Proof, Available online 26 March 2008 Òscar Celma, Yves Raimond Preview PDF (677 K) | Related Articles 2. The effectiveness of m-learning in the form of podcast revision lectures in higher education Computers & Education, Volume 50, Issue 2, February 2008, Pages 491-498 Chris Evans Preview PDF (120 K) | Related Articles 3. The iCritical Care Podcast: A Novel Medium for Critical Care Communication and Education Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, Volume 14, Issue 1, January-February 2007, Pages 94-99 Richard H. Savel, Evan B. Goldstein, Eli N. Perencevich, Peter B. Angood Preview PDF (1484 K) | Related Articles
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  • 5. 1. Four steps in innovative radio broadcasting: From QuickTime to podcasting table of content - abstract - full text author Menduni, Enrico year - volume - issue - 2007 - 5 - 1 - 9 page publication Radio Journal - International Studies in Broadcast and Audio Media ISSN 1476-4504 publisher Intellect Ltd add to filing cabinet 2. Pervasive, lifestyle-integrated mobile learning for distance learners: an analysis and unexpected results from a podcasting study table of content - abstract - full text author Lee, Mark - Chan, Anthony year - volume - issue - 2007 - 22 - 3 - 201 page publication Open Learning ISSN 0268-0513 electronic: 1469-9958 publisher Carfax Publishing - Part of Taylor & Francis add to filing cabinet 3. LIBRARIES, SOCIAL SOFTWARE AND DISTANCE LEARNERS: BLOG IT, TAG IT, SHARE IT! table of content - abstract - full text author Secker, Jane - Price, Gwyneth year - volume - issue - 2007 - 13 - 1 - 39 page publication New Review of Information Networking ISSN 1361-4576 electronic: 1740-7869 publisher Taylor & Francis Group add to filing cabinet
  • 6. Podcasting and its use in Enhancing Course Content J.K. Muppala and C.K. Kong (Hong Kong) Keywords podcasting, e-learning, education, Web 2.0 Abstract Podcasting has recently seen rapid expansion as a means of delivering audio content to listeners. In this paper we report our experience with the use of podcasting as a means of delivering online recorded audio of classroom lectures to enhance the course materials. We achieved this with minimal institutional and infrastructure support in contrast to other such studies reported in the literature. We believe that podcasting will see rapid adoption in the higher education sector. Thus our experience sharing is intended to provide an example of how the new technology can be adopted in teaching and learning. Important Links: • DOI: • From Proceeding (570) Computers and Advanced Technology in Education - 2007 Go Back Can You Hear Me Now: The Return of Voice to Distance Learning D. Card, L. Polin, J. Parra, J.B. Rhoads, and T. Sartori (USA) Keywords Voice, Skype, Podcasting, Distance Learning, audio Abstract Podcasting and VOIP technologies offer a return of ‘voice’ to distance learning. These tools, primarily podcasting and Skype, allow instructors and students greater social presence. Experimenting with these auditory components, panelists will demonstrate, explain and lead discussions on preferred practices and potential pitfalls integrating voice, both as synchronous and asynchronous elements, for online learning environments. Important Links: • DOI: • From Proceeding (504) Web-based Education - 2006 Go Back
  • 7. A Pocket Full of Power: Teaching and Learning With The iPod Abstract | Word Stems | Keywords | Association | Citation | Get this Document | Similar Titles Abstract: With the sudden surge of podcasting in institutions of higher education, the notion of intellectual property and content delivery has been turned literally upon its ear. The intellectual property debate over online instructional materials has yet to be decided conclusively, and now, enters the emerging media of podcasting. The purpose of the study was to lay the groundwork in the literature on the emerging use of podcasting in higher education. In doing so, this study examined the diversity of podcast use among 112 American colleges and universities by examining the type of institutions who utilize podcasting, regional significance, the content of podcasts, purpose of use, discipline, gender, and concepts of intellectual property. The study used a survey instrument and multiple case study analysis. The findings suggest that the use of podcasting is growing rapidly, that the majority of podcasts include course lectures and course content, that podcasting spans the intellectual spectrum of disciplines, both male and female professors produce podcasts at near parity, and that podcasting lectures and course content has had little impact upon student class attendance. If you can’t beat ‘em, podcast ’em! Alan Calder Teaching and Learning Development, James Cook University Interactive student podcasting: the emerging technology of choice By Colleen Murrell
  • 8. Section: M&M Title of paper: Measuring e-learning effectiveness through e- content and attention correlation through evaluation and testing Abstract: This paper is a result of practical project activities and real-world implementation experiences focused on testing e-learning indicators: e-content and attention as well as their interrelated correlation. We have defined e-learning indicators as important FETAJI BEKIM, concepts and factors that are used to communicate information NADA POP- about the level of e-learning and their impact on learning that could JORDANOVA, be measured and described then in simpler terms. In order to define JORDAN POP- and analyze “What makes a successful e-learning?” we have JORDANOV, proposed, assessed, measured and evaluated e-learning indicators TATIANA ZORCEC, that substantially influence learning. In order to investigate further SILVANA on the possibilities of improving and increasing accessibility to e- MARKOVSKA, content and attention, that from the previous study both were South East European assessed as most influencing e-learning indicators, we have realized University, Computer empirical research analyses focused in testing this 2 indicators and Sciences Faculty, their correlation. This was realized in using Angel information system Macedonia while recommendations are generalized for all information systems. b.fetaji@seeu.edu.mk The purpose was to raise the awareness of the factors influencing e- learning in order to enhance learning and identify the nature of obstacles being faced by e-learners. Such examination is critical considering the promises, organization and management, heavy investments, expectations, and exponential growth associated with e-learning. The recommendations are in a form of a methodology approach and were broadly generalized for all information systems. [http://www.see-university.edu.mk] Section: M&M Title of paper: Podcasting Case Study: Experiences and Evaluation of its impact on the learning process FETAJI MAJLINDA, Abstract: This research is a case study and reports experiences with Lecturer podcasting and its evaluation and impact on learning using mobile FETAJI BEKIM, devices. The main benefit of podcasting is that listeners can sync Lecturer content to their media player and take it with them to listen South East European whenever they want to. In our case study podcasting has shown University, Computer very practical, because it lets users save content digitally, and replay Sciences Faculty, it at their convenience. We have used it in a University environment Macedonia and evaluated its effectiveness on the learning process and approach m.fetaji@seeu.edu.m undertaken considering student viewpoint and teacher viewpoints. k We are proposing several recommendations and a new methodology approach in using podcasting. [http://www.see-university.edu.mk]
  • 9. Podcasting for e-learning, communication, and delivery The Authors J.P. Shim, Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi, USA Jordan Shropshire, Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi, USA Sungmin Park, Department of Information Systems, Computing of Maths, Brunel University, Uxbridge, UK Howard Harris, Department of Information Systems, Computing of Maths, Brunel University, Uxbridge, UK Natalie Campbell, Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi, USA CONNECT Home > EDUCAUSE Quarterly > EQ Archives > Volume 29, Number 3, 2006 > Podcasting Lectures You have disabled JavaScript since visiting this site. Please click here to redetect your settings. Podcasting Lectures Added by the EDUCAUSE Librarian Podcasting Lectures Formative evaluation strategies helped identify a solution to dilemma By Sarah Brittain, Pietrek Glowacki, Jared Van Ittersum, and Lynn Johnson ----------------------------------------- Educational audio over the Web Alan Anderson, School of Arts and Social Sciences, School of Commerce and Management, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW, 2480. alan.anderson@scu.edu.au