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  • 1. Using podcasts and blogs for deeper student engagement Michael Lower Faculty of Law, CUHK
  • 2. Podcasts
  • 3. Audio and audio plus slides
  • 4. Types
    • Short introduction to the whole course
    • Short introduction to each topic
    • Full lecture
    • Recap of discussion of problem questions
  • 5. Benefit to students
    • Prepare
    • Review
    • Sometimes can’t attend the class
  • 6. Feedback
    • Informal
    • Course Evaluation
    • Focus groups
    • Specific questionnaire
    • Record of downloads and visits
  • 7. Student feedback
    • Most have listened
    • And intend to listen again
  • 8. Points raised in staff seminar
    • Too teacher-focused?
    • Different offerings for student sub-groups
    • Focus on controversial / emerging issues and cases
  • 9. The technology is no longer a barrier
  • 10. Reaching Out!!!! ItunesU / YouTube / Academic Earth
  • 11. Blog
  • 12. Why blog?
    • Keep the conversation alive
    • Add detail
    • Allow participation by people not registered for the course
  • 13. E-books
  • 14. Ebooks
    • Course guide
    • Mobile-friendly format
  • 15. Why?
    • Many ways to get at the same content
      • Preferred learning style
    • Help students to get a firm grasp of the basics
    • Deeper learning (for those who want it)
    • Platform for scholarship
    • Engaging with a wider audience (or some of the same people for longer)