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    • Victoria S. Tudela ED 480/ Fall 2009 Mr. John Jenkins
    • A podcast is a digital media file or collection of files that is distributed over the internet. The files can then be played back on a computer or personal player, such as an Ipod. The method by which podcasts are distributed is often called podcasting. Click Ova Here
      • Podcasting began to catch hold with the public in late 2004, though during the 1998–2001 dot-com era there were multiple "podcasts" done by major companies, such as Real Networks and ESPN.com
      • Many individuals and groups contributed to the emergence and popularity of podcasts.
      • There are three kinds of podcasts.
      • Audio podcasts also known as a MP3 are the most common types of podcasts. Enhanced podcasts can have images to go along with the audio.
      • Enhanced podcasts are an AAC file and are not supported by all devices.
      • Video podcasts are movies, complete with sound. Video podcasts can be in a variety of formats, but MPEG-4 is the most popular .
      • Podcasts has many educational benefits
      • Students are able to create a product to share with a potentially world-wide audience.
      • Knowing that there is a real-world audience gives students purpose and motivation to create a spectacular product.
      • It is interactive and a creative way of learning
      • Improves speaking and listening skills
      • Meets the different learning styles of each student
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      • Allows teachers to provide additional instructions to students and involve them in the interaction.
      • It is especially useful for the students with learning difficulties.
      • Powerful new instructional tool
      • It enables teachers to reach students through a medium that is both “cool” and part of their lives.
      • Podcasting has the capacity of advancing a student’s education beyond the classroom.
      • It attracts a global audience quickly.
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      • Advantages
        • Flexible Learning Opportunities: can listen & watch any time.
        • Do not have to use computer for playback.
        • Greatly increases access to classes, lectures, and talks by making these available for download to people who cannot attend the session in person.
        • It is very valuable for students to use as a review or a study guide.
      • Disadvantages
        • Large file size which requires broadband connection and it makes it harder to download if the connection is slow.
        • Users must make sure that all files are MP3 format and not just for I pods.
        • Transcripts must be made of files to ensure accessibility. (Timely & Costly)
    • Remember, you don't need an iPod or handheld to be a part of podcasting–you can listen right from your web browser. Whatever personal device you may use to listen to podcasts, learning is certainly in hand!
      • http://www.mediacentre.bham.ac.uk/glossary.shtml
      • http://learninginhand.com/podcasting/
      • http://www.apple.com/education/podcasting/?cid=CDM2589A-1
      • http://www.onlypodcasting.com/podcasting-articles/history-of-podcasting.php
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      • Thank You Very Much!!!!
      • Have a Wonderful Evening
      • Peace and Love