Podcasting in e-learning part-2
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Podcasting as a tool in the teaching-and-learning and social interaction toolbox in higher education: Part 2, Good podcasting practice. This was from an online seminar that I did for SANTEC in early ...

Podcasting as a tool in the teaching-and-learning and social interaction toolbox in higher education: Part 2, Good podcasting practice. This was from an online seminar that I did for SANTEC in early 2007.

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  • 1. Part 2: Good podcasting practice
  • 2. What are some of the things podcasts can be used for, and how can they best be applied?
  • 3. Podcasting in education
  • 4. Podcasts conveying content...
    • Think about that:
    • music
    • recorded audio
    • Thats all a podcast offers, yet it has all the power of
    • radio, and none of the
    • main drawbacks.
  • 5. Podcasts conveying content...
    • Podcasts can be used to give learning content
      • e.g. Record a storybook
      • e.g. record yourself lecturing
      • e.g. Interview a world expert while you are away at a conference
      • e.g. record a dialogue
      • e.g. fireside chat
  • 6. Podcasts as learning activities...
    • Podcasts can be used to create learning activities in which the learners:
      • e.g. Record a radio broadcast
      • e.g. Interview a person about a subject
      • e.g. Engage in a fireside chat
      • e.g. Maintain a weekly learning log
  • 7. Melissa & Beethoven You may wish to pause here and right click the User menu, open Podcast in a new window, and listen to part of a podcast made by my two kids, Melissa and Frankie.
  • 8. Podcasts conveying content... OK, so maybe I have a Dad's perspective, but the podcast does show what can be done, even by an 8 year old. That podcast also shows a feature that we can refer to as remix , because it is mainly a remix of content found on Wikipedia.
  • 9. Think about education in an increasingly digital world. Do the old transmission paradigms still work? Did they ever work? What about the creative potential of the students? Where does it fit in to the “podagogy”?
  • 10. Can podcasting be the beginning of a strong remix culture in education? Or is podcasting just an extension of the sage on stage model?
  • 11. “ Burn to Learn”
  • 12.
    • An abundance of content under a Free license
    • Educational pedagogies encouraging reuse
    • Assessment method-ologies based on reuse
    • Smart progressive teachers
    What do we need to make it happen?
  • 13. Remix can start at a very young age! See http://www.pennmanor.net/podcast/ for some awesome examples
  • 14.  
  • 15. Social networking
    • Providing interesting commentary
    • From the front lines
    • Personal views
    • Academic commentary
    • Reporting home
      • From conferences
      • From field trips
    • Sharing your own speeches
    Whenever I go to a conference, I always take my MP3 device, and record my own talk. I also often record other people with their permission as well. Some really good examples are on the digital freedom site: http://digitalfreedom.uwc.ac.za
  • 16. Where its evolving
    • Video podcasting
    • Video blogging
    • Moblogging
    You may have visited the Digital Freedom Expo blog, after I posted from my cellphone yesterday. This is an example of moblogging, posting to blogs from cellphones and other mobile devices without going through the intermediary of a desktop or laptop computer.
  • 17. End for this section Derek Keats [email_address] http://ics.uwc.ac.za http://avoir.uwc.ac.za http://elearn.uwc.ac.za Visit the digital freedom exposition at http://digitalfreedom.uwc.ac.za/ Come join us for the Expo on April 19-20, 2007 at UWC. More presentation material will follow in another thread