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    • Lauren Pressley | [email_address] | 19 March 2009 PODCASTING IN EDUCATION
    • AGENDA
      • Types of podcasts
      • Podcasting in Education
      • Examples
      • Design
      • Making a Podcast
    • TYPES OF PODCASTS
    • Recordings
      • Audio and video files, distributed on websites, without the use of a feed .
    • RSS Feeds
      • RSS Feeds allow users to subscribe to your content. They can do so using a reader or iTunes.
    • Audio
      • Some podcasts are series of audio recordings only. These vary in quality and production value.
    • Enhanced
      • Enhanced podcasts incorporate slides with text or images to reinforce the spoken component.
    • Video
      • Video podcasts make use of the multimedia capabilities of many of today’s computers and networks .
    • Other Trends
      • New ways of adding media to websites are emerging such as Ustream and 12seconds.
    • PODCASTING IN EDUCATION
    • THREE TYPES: THOSE YOU FIND, THOSE YOU MAKE, & THOSE YOU ASSIGN
      • Out-of-class listening
      • Supplement course materials
      • Provide expert voices
      Those you find
      • Specific Sites (ex. NPR )
      • iTunes directory
      • Podcast Pickle
      • Podcast Alley
      Those you find
      • Out-of-class listening
      • Review material
      • Supplementary content
      Those you make
      • Develop communication competencies
      • Research project: finding and evaluating information, developing ideas, and sharing information
      • Scaffold assignments: one student’s project could be another’s review material
      Those you assign
      • “ Whenever I hear myself on a podcast, I want to get better for the next time.”—Alex
      • “ Podcasting is very motivating because people from all over the world are listening to you. We are competing with all the other student podcasts to be the very best.”—Zach
      • “ Podcasting is motivating because it is just plain fun. It doesn’t matter what the subject is, podcasting makes all subjects enjoyable to learn.”—Kim
      • “ Podcasting motivates me to do better with my sentence fluency and my speech.”—David
      Student responses
      • Quotes from students at Longfellow Middle School
      • http://www.thejournal.com/articles/17607/
    • EXAMPLES
    • Podcast Libraries
      • There are a lot of educational podcasts on the web, you can often browse directories to find good ones.
      oculture.com/2007/06/podcast_library.html
    • Professional Websites
      • The BBC produced a video podcast, with footage from France, to help readers learn French.
      bbc.co.uk/languages/french/mafrance
    • Study Cast
      • Audio segments created by a teacher for students to review.
      http://www.mrcoley.com/studycast/
    • Cody’s Cuentos
      • Spanish fairytales designed to help learners with an unfamiliar language through familiar stories.
      http://codyscuentos.com/
    • ColeyCast
      • Recorded by students, each broadcast highlights some of the things they’re learning in the classroom. 
      http://www.mrcoley.com/coleycast/
    • WillowWeb
      • WillowWeb is produced by students and teachers at Willowdale Elementary School.
      http://www.mpsomaha.org/willow/radio/listen.html
    • Coulee Kids
      • Coulee Kids is produced by a seventh grade writing class at Longfellow Middle School in La Crosse, Wisconsin.
      http://wiki.sdlax.k12.wi.us/groups/couleekids/blog/
    • The Road She Traveled
      • This localized project evolved from the Coulee Kids Podcast.
      http://wiki.sdlax.k12.wi.us/groups/theroadshetraveled/
    • DESIGN
      • Who is your audience?
      • What is the purpose of the podcast?
      • What role will it play in the course?
        • In student evaluation?
      Things to Consider
      • Audacity (audio)
      • PowerPoint (slides)
      • http://flickrcc.bluemountains.net/ (photos)
      • Point-and-shoot camera (photos and video)
      • Windows Movie Maker (to pull together an enhanced or video podcast)
      Tools
      • CD or DVD
      • Course Management System
      • Website/Blog
      • Hosted site (odeo.com, blip.tv, etc.)
      • iTunes (anyone can add a podcast to their directory!)
      Places
    • QUESTIONS?