Podcasting Theory & Practice

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This is the first in a series a four learning labs on podcasting in education at South Mountain Community College presented by MCLI, the Maricopa Center for Learning & Instruction. Presentation is …

This is the first in a series a four learning labs on podcasting in education at South Mountain Community College presented by MCLI, the Maricopa Center for Learning & Instruction. Presentation is accompanied by a wiki: http://drcoop.pbwiki.com/PodcastingTheoryPractice

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  • 1. PODCASTING THEORY & PRACTICE Dr. Alisa Cooper South Mountain Community College
  • 2. A podcast is a collection of digital media files which is distributed over the Internet, often using syndication feeds, for playback on portable media players and personal computers (Wikipedia).
  • 3. Digital Media Files & Players audio, video, other digital content
  • 4. What is Podcast? The term “podcast” is a portmanteau of the acronym “Pod”—standing for “Portable on Demand”—and “broadcast”.
  • 5. What makes a podcast different from other digital audio formats is its ability to be downloaded automatically using software capable of reading feeds like RSS or Atom.
  • 6. RSS Aggregator Podcast audio uses syndication feed enclosures which pass the address of a media file to the RSS aggregator
  • 7. Aggregators Media aggregators are sometimes referred to as “Podcatchers” due to the popularity of the term “podcast.” Media aggregators refer to applications: client software or Web based, which maintain subscriptions to feeds that contain audio or video media enclosures.
  • 8. What is RSS? RSS 2.0 stands for Video: RSS in Plain English Really Simple Syndication. RSS is a type of web feed, a data format used for serving users’ frequently updated content. Video from commoncraft: Explanations in Plain English
  • 9. RSS Simplified Websites syndicate the web feed which allows users to subscribe to it.
  • 10. Podcasting Usage in Education course content dissemination, classroom recording, field recording, study support (via repeated listening to audio content), and file storage and transfer
  • 11. How does this improve teaching & learning? Time shifting Expanding Classroom Review Capability
  • 12. Time Shifting “The iPod technology also offers the potential to shift the proportion of class time devoted to learning that benefits from face-to-face interactions between faculty and students, and shift preparatory work to outside times and locations” (Leland quoted in Blaisdell, 2006).
  • 13. 24/7 Education Create a learning environment that extends well outside the boundaries of the classroom. Create community among students.
  • 14. Review Capability Course lectures can be dense and difficult to grab ahold of in just one sitting. Podcasts allow for review, review and more review.
  • 15. Is It All Hype? For some, maybe. It gets attention from students Duke spent $500,000 and generated substantial publicity It’s a developing technology and faculty need to buy in and be trained.
  • 16. Podcasting Faculty A recent study found individuals who were venturesome, socially mobile, rated high on intelligence and innovativeness, and were not concerned with uncertainty or risk were most likely to adopt.
  • 17. Major Issues content storage and access, procurement of licenses for copyrighted material, lack of instructor tools for content creation, and limited documentation and training resources
  • 18. iTunes U the campus that never sleeps iTunes U has arrived, giving colleges an ingenious way to get audio and video content out to their students. Presentations, performances, lectures, demonstrations, debates, tours, archival footage
  • 19. Copyright & Legal Issues Rights and permissions need to be secured for material included Copyright law is relevant to podcasts because it applies to creative and expressive works and copyright attaches automatically
  • 20. Future of Podcasting There are sound theoretical arguments for at least investigating the extent to which podcasting can be an effective pedagogical tool (Lim, 2005). talk Uploaded on February 11, 2008 by Walsh on Flickr