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Podcasting for Teaching, Learning & Professional Development

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    • 1. Podcasting For Teaching, Learning and Professional Development
    • 2. What is Podcasting?
      • Multimedia files over Internet
      • Playback on mobile device or computer
      • Think radio show and beyond
      • Download & listen any time
    • 3.  
    • 4. How Does it Work? Creator Create a recording Add an RSS feed Post to a server Consumer Collect using aggregator Used RSS to subscribe Find a podcast
    • 5. Advantages
      • Simple, easy to use
      • Hundreds of different topics
      • Listen on computer or on the go
      • Listen as many times
      • Most are free
    • 6. Disadvantages
      • Need high-speed Internet connection
      • Anyone can produce, credibility
      • Vodcasts/enhanced are more effort
      • Time intensive to edit
    • 7. Ways to Use Podcasts
      • Record Class Lectures
      • Guest Lectures
      • Marketing & Promotion
      • Sports or Special Events
      • Professional Development
      • Student Projects
      • Differentiation
    • 8. For Teaching & Learning
      • Course-Casting Stanford on iTunes: Physics 415: Thermal & Statistical Physics
      • Interactive and Reflective Q&A: Dr. David Miller’s iCube (undergrad psychology)
      • Research: Faculty Research at the University of Chicago
      • Featured Presentations: University of Virginia
    • 9. For Learning
      • Student Created Podcasts:
      • iGeneration University of Western Australia
      • English 52B Podcast (Swarthmore)
      • Content Based Podcasts:
      • Great Books - A Chapter a Day
      • French through Songs & Singing
      • The Chronicle
    • 10. Student Academic Benefits
      • Improving Organization Skills
      • Writing, Reading and Speaking Skills
      • Increasing Peer Collaboration
      • Authentic Assessment
      • Tone/Voice/Expression/Character
      • Supports Differentiation
      • Researchers & Creators of Knowledge
    • 11. For Professional Development
      • The Chronicle of Higher Education
      • Standford U
      • MIT Open Courseware
    • 12. Designing & Planning
      • Roles & Responsibilities
      • Format
      • Length
      • Planning
      • Scripting
      • Assessing
    • 13. Podcast Directories
      • The Higher Ed Podcast Repository
      • U c hannel
      • Education Podcast Network
      • Podcast.net Directory
      • iTunes
    • 14. Interactive Podcasting?
      • Chinswing
      • Slidecasts
      • Crowdabout
      • Odeo
      • Skypecasting
    • 15. Resources
      • Podcasting in Higher Education: A Bibliography