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Summing up the Ipod conference Important issues and challenges for Colleges and Universities

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  • Summing up the Ipod conference Important issues and challenges for Colleges and Universities Morten Flate Paulsen NKI Nettstudier Professor of Online Education President of EDEN - the European Distance and E-Learning Network Læring rett i lomma Oslo, 30.09.2010
  • The conference
    • 150 participants
    • 20 speakers
    • 80 Tapas-eaters
    Bent Kures Podcast Circle summerizes the conference
  • A lot of people have contributed to this thought provoking conference Presenters and institutions in www.wordle.net
  • I attended the conference to get ideas for NKI’s new program in multimedia journalism
    • NKI Nettstudier: Webjournalistikk (10 studiepoeng)
    • Berghs School of Communication: Audioreportager med Podcasting (10 studiepoeng)
    • Danmarks medie- og journalisthøgskole: Video til web (10 studiepoeng)
    • Prosjektets side på Facebook http://nb-no.facebook.com/pages/Multimediejournalistikk/115487248477879
    • Prosjektet er støttet av Norgesuniversitetet
  • Maybe I should have attended another conference?
    • I wanted to learn more about what students could produce
    • Future students will not hand in papers, but publish LOs in various Web2.0 services
    • The student will be much more innovative than the podcast lecturers we have seen at this conference
    • Their submissions will be a challenge for the professors
    • See examples from my article: E-viva em Portugal http://nettstudier.blogspot.com/
  • Kim Kantardjiev: Sharing is Caring
  • Kim Kantardjiev: Sharing is Caring But sharing is not easy because of copy right issues http://norgesuniversitetet.no/delrett/
  • The presenters received e-mail requests about permission to publish their presentations on the conference web-site presentasjonene på nettet
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  • Reflections
    • Gilly Salmon:
      • The renaissance of the human voice.
      • Podcast Feedback.
      • Generic feedback podcasts.
      • The winner had 19 devices in his pockets
    • My questions to Gilly:
      • Isn’t text easier to search and overview?
      • Isn’t it time consuming to receive podcast feedback from students?
  • Twitter #rettilomma
    • About 100 tweets before17.00 first day
    • #rettilomma Går det an å skumhøre en podcast slik man skumleser en artikkel?
    • @imelve @MFPaulsen @ingercarin Jeg tror det går fint å skumhøre mens du gjør husarbeid. Eller trener. Hva gjør studenter? #rettilomma
  • Lectures 1.0, 1.5 and 2.0?
    • Bent Kure: Traditional lectures are dead when they are over
    • Marianne Talbot’s lectures: 5000 downloads per week
    • Atle Løkken: Industrializing video lectures
    • Curt Rice: Tells us to ask why. So I ask:
      • Why do we provide lectures?
      • Why not focus more on dialogue?
  • Why not focus more on quality?
    • Content quality?
    • Instructional design and development teams?
    • Technical quality?
    • Is Berkley quality good enough for e-learning?
  • Why do we need a podcast strategy?
    • Mara Hancock and Ben Hubbard:
      • 120 million streams, views & downloads
      • Discoverable, open, portable
      • Sustainable: Low cost, scale up, increase impact
    • Itunes U, YouTube, Matterhorn, Mediasite, Camtasia
    • National initiatives?
  • Cost effectiveness
    • Mediasite (UiS )
    • Camtasia (UiO, HiOf)
    • Matterhorn (Universität Osnabrük & Berkeley)
    • Administration and editing
  • Thank you all for a great learning experience I care, so I share: http://home.nki.no/morten https://twitter.com/MFPaulsen http://www.slideshare.net/MortenFP http://www.facebook.com/mfpaulsen http://www.eden-online.org/blog