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This is material for Session 1 of the Podcasting in Higher Education Learning Team, Faculty Summer Institute, 2009

This is material for Session 1 of the Podcasting in Higher Education Learning Team, Faculty Summer Institute, 2009

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    • Podcasting in Higher Education Learning Team Session 01 Dan Cabrera Faculty Development and Instructional Design Center Northern Illinois University May 18, 2009
    • Objectives
      • Define what a Podcast is (and is not)
      • Describe General uses
      • Describe those specific to Higher Education
    • Objectives
      • Conceptualize how to use them for both online and blended courses
      • Develop an activity/strategy for incorporating Podcasting for your own course(s)
      • Present on 10 minutes of Fame presentation
      • Introductions
        • Name
        • Institution
        • Why you choose to participate in the Podcasting in Higher Education Learning Team
    • Definition
      • Podcasting , a portmanteau of Apple's "iPod" and "broadcasting", is a method of publishing files to the Internet, allowing users to subscribe to a feed and receive new files automatically by subscription, usually at no cost.
      • Subscribe one time only
      • Podcasting first became popular in late 2004, used largely for audio files
    • General Uses
      • iTunes
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    • The Pedagogy of Podcasting
      • The power of the spoken word
        • Appeals to auditory learners
        • Anytime, anyplace – “m-learning”
        • Capture the instructor’s enthusiasm
        • Can listen multiple times for review
        • Bring in guest lectures, debates, virtual field trips, etc.
        • Office hours ( iCube )
      Prof. Burks Oakley II, 2006
    • Team Blackboard Website
      • Webcourses.niu.edu
      • Login
        • su00001 - pw00001
        • su00002 - pw00002
      • Podcasting in Higher Education
        • Navigate
      • How I have used podcasting
    • How I have used podcast
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    • Format for Posting Individual Podcasts
      • Respond
        • First Name
        • Last Name
        • Institution
          • Dan Cabrera - Northern Illinois University (NIU)
        • Description
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