• “Podcasting And Education”
    - Interview with Rice University’s Jeffrey D. Frey

•Personal Reflection
• “Plugging Into...
Interview with Jeffrey D. Frey




Faculty podcasts                    Staff podcasts for
                                ...
• “Podcasts can give a more real sense of what
  it’s like to be at that university.”
• “It makes you feel a little more c...
I think the points Jeffrey D. Grey made
were valid in the Podcasting and Education
article. I thought it was clever how he...
(2007, September, 3). Plugging in Students' Digital DNA:Five Myths Prohibiting Proper
PodcastingPedogagy in the New Classr...
•   If properly perceived, MP3 devices can enhance
    an instructor’s credibility and create an inviting
    and thriving...
I think the study revealed that the five myths of
podcasting are completely false, and that podcasting in
the classroom is...
Marist College created a new
  approach to podcasting in which the
 students generate and share their own
               c...
(2006, July, 23). 2006 Campus
Technology Innovators:
Podcasting. CampusTechnology,
Retrieved June 12, 2009, from
http:camp...
I think Marist College’s idea of social podcasting is
an innovative and more interactive form of podcasting.
It has modifi...
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  1. 1. • “Podcasting And Education” - Interview with Rice University’s Jeffrey D. Frey •Personal Reflection • “Plugging Into Students’ Digital DNA” - Luanne Fose& Martin Mehl • Personal Reflection • “2006 Campus Technology Innovators: Podcasting” - Innovator: Marist College • Personal Reflection •Conclusion
  2. 2. Interview with Jeffrey D. Frey Faculty podcasts Staff podcasts for training. It is used Students podcast to share to disseminate to be heard. information. information easily. Development alumni Number one use podcasts to keep reason to podcast alumni involved, informed, and to help is for recruitment raise money. and enrollment. Briggs, Linda L. (2008, January, 16). Podcasting and Education. Campus Technology, Retrieved June 11, 2009, from http://campustechnology.com/articles/2008/01/podcasting-and-education.aspx
  3. 3. • “Podcasts can give a more real sense of what it’s like to be at that university.” • “It makes you feel a little more connected to the university.”
  4. 4. I think the points Jeffrey D. Grey made were valid in the Podcasting and Education article. I thought it was clever how he categorized the five “whys” of podcasting. I didn’t realize that podcasts were being used to recruit students as much as he said they were. Now that I think about it, a podcast would be a great way to get a better feel for a university, especially if a student doesn’t have the time or means to visit the campus.
  5. 5. (2007, September, 3). Plugging in Students' Digital DNA:Five Myths Prohibiting Proper PodcastingPedogagy in the New Classroom Domain. Merlot Journal of Online Technology and Teaching, 3, Retrieved June 11, 2009, from http://jolt.merlot.org/vol3no3/mehl.htm
  6. 6. • If properly perceived, MP3 devices can enhance an instructor’s credibility and create an inviting and thriving classroom environment. • If properly planned, podcastingcan actually increase the attendance and the enthusiasm of students in the classroom. • If properly applied, lecture content can be dynamic, timely and enjoyable while focusing on educational valued. • If properly distributed, students do not have to break the bank and purchase the umpteenth-and- first iPod to be engaged, nor do they even need to own an Apple hardware product. • If properly reviewed,function and form challenge one another and provide a more advanced, more structured, and ultimately more enjoyable workspace for both students and instructors.
  7. 7. I think the study revealed that the five myths of podcasting are completely false, and that podcasting in the classroom is an extremely valuable tool to both the students and the teachers. Students showed their interest in podcasts and commented on how helpful they were in understanding course material. In the survey taken by the students after the pilot, it was determined that podcasting is not just an auditory/visual aid, but it is also an entertainment and academic device that fosters knowledge “in part due to its dynamism and creating competence through expediency.” This pilot and review persuaded me that podcasts in the classroom improve both teaching goals and learning outcomes.
  8. 8. Marist College created a new approach to podcasting in which the students generate and share their own content. Marist College’s new model of podcasting: social or group podcasting. Podcasting used as a teacher-centered activity where teachers simply send lectures to students.
  9. 9. (2006, July, 23). 2006 Campus Technology Innovators: Podcasting. CampusTechnology, Retrieved June 12, 2009, from http:campustechnology.com/Articles/ 2006/07/2006-Campus-Technology- Innovators-Podcasting.aspx?Page=1
  10. 10. I think Marist College’s idea of social podcasting is an innovative and more interactive form of podcasting. It has modified podcasting in ways that will be extremely beneficial to students studying abroad. Students at Marist college initially saw a problem when students studying abroad began taking online general education courses. The model they created offers the convenience of learning online, while deepening students study abroad experiences. I think steering away from podcasting lectures is a wise decision for all professors, and instead creating more interactive and engaging podcasts.

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