Podcasting in Education: A Pedagogical, Marketing, and Project Management Perspective

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  • 1. Podcasting in Education: A Pedagogical, Marketing, and Project Management Perspective Munindra Khaund, University of Illinois at Springfield
  • 2. Agenda
    • Information Communication Technologies in Education
    • Pedagogical Perspectives
    • Podcasting Initiative at UIS
    • Project Management Perspective
    • 3E Process
    • Discussion
    INTED 2008
  • 3. ICT in Education
    • “ Mobile and personal technology… an increasing medium for delivery of services that enables personal broadcasting.” The Horizon Report, 2006
    • “… 17 millions adults have downloaded a podcast. With more than 22 million American adults owning an MP3 player”. Podcasting Catches On, Pew Internet & American Life Project
    INTED 2008
  • 4. Pedagogical Perspective
    • Encourage student-faculty contact
    • Encourage cooperation among students
    • Encourage active learning and
    • Give prompt feedback
    • Emphasize time on task
    • Communicate high expectations
    • Respect diverse talents and ways of learning
    • Seven Principles of Good Practice for Undergraduate Education by Chickering and Gamson
    INTED 2008
  • 5. Pedagogical Perspective
    • Benefits of iPod in academic use:
    • Convenience for both faculty and students of portable digital course content, and reduced dependence on physical materials
    • Flexible location-independent access to digital multimedia course materials, including reduced dependence on lab or library location and hours
    • Duke University’s iPod First Year Experience Final Evaluation Report
    INTED 2008
  • 6. Pedagogical Perspective
    • Benefits of iPod in academic use:
    • Effective and easy-to-use tool for digital recordings and interviews, filed, notes, small group discussions, and self-recording of oral assignments
    • Greater student engagement and interest in class discussions, labs, field research, and independent projects
    • Enhanced support for individual learning preferences and needs
    • Duke University’s iPod First Year Experience Final Evaluation Report
    INTED 2008
  • 7. Podcasting at UIS
    • Apple releases iTunes 4.9 in June 2005
    • UIS releases course podcasts in August 2005
    • UIS approved as iTunes U campus in June 2006
    • UIS at iTunes U launched in January 2007
    INTED 2008
  • 8. Approaches to Podcasting at UIS
    • Teaching and Learning - faculty and students
      • Courses, Instructional Support and Training
    • Marketing - enrollment and recruiting
      • Student’s Speak, UIS Faculty Spotlight, Sports Update
    • Fund Raising - development and alumni
      • What’s New on the UIS Website
    • Disseminating - to staff and community
      • Chancellor’s Chat, ITS Workshops, WUIS, What’s OnStage
    • [Faculty showcase, Technology Day, Press, Blogs and RSS, WWW]
    INTED 2008
  • 9. Project Management Perspective
    • Why and what do you want to capture as a part of your podcasting project?
    • How much production support do you have at your institution? 
    INTED 2008
  • 10. 3E Process
    • Engage - Analyze needs and engage faculty in the use of new methods, ideas and ICT, researching pedagogy in order to choose appropriate tools to complement course material.
    • Educate - Research methods - both of pedagogy and of technological options - helps to educate faculty in the implementation of ICT within the learning environment.
    • Enable - Through production and integration support, enable faculty, colleagues and students to use ICT in the learning environment.
    INTED 2008
  • 11. Discussion
    • Plan ahead.
    • Pedagogy to drive technology.
    • Whatever the technology selected, it must serve the needs of the students and meet the practical realities of program, curriculum, administrators, and educators.
    INTED 2008