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  • Podcasting Juli Dorris Linda Johns Victoria Laguaite
  • What is a podcast?
    • The distribution of specially encoded multimedia content to subscribed personal computer via the RSS 2.0 protocol.
    • (Morris, 2006)
    • In other words, podcasting is like TiVo for the Internet.
  • A Brief History
    • Podcasting = i pod + broad casting
    • Adam Curry, former MTV VJ, and David Winer, software developer and author of the RSS format are credited with creating the foundation of what would become podcasting.
  • A Brief History
    • 2001 – The release of the ipod caused the popularity of mp3 players to grow.
    • 2004 - The widespread use of mp3 players led to the birth of audio podcasting.
    • ~2006 – Podcasting is no longer just audio files. . .
  • The three types of podcasts
    • Audio
    • Enhanced (images and audio)
    • Video (movies with audio)
  • Who uses Podcasting?
  • Who uses Podcasting?
  • Who uses Podcasting?
  • Who uses Podcasting?
    • Oprah’s newest bookclub
    • Religious organizations
    • College professors and students
    • Homeschoolers
    Who do YOU think?
  • Podcasting in the classroom
    • http://poducateme.com
    • It’s called “PoducateMe: Practical Solutions for Podcasting in Education,” and it’s a free online guide (downloadable PDF costs less than $20) for schools interested in podcasting their classes for their students.  Here’s what you can learn in the 190-page illustrated guide:
    • What is a podcast?
    • Selecting appropriate podcasting equipment and software
    • Recording, editing and polishing a podcast
    • Creating an “enhanced” podcast containing links
    • and graphics
    • Uploading a podcast to the Internet
    • Creating a podcast blog
    • Sharing podcasts with students
  • Podcasting in the classroom
    • 2 ways to interact: create or download
    • Meeting Standards
    • Creation: familiarize yourself and students with technology
    • Assessment: develop rubrics that students can follow
    • Organization is important
    • Overall, podcasting will motivate students
  • Podcasting in the classroom
    • Educational content that depends on audio.
        • Language (ESL or foreign)
        • Music
    • Instruction and review.
    • Downloads.
    • Assessment tool.
    • Booktalks!
  • Podcasting in the classroom Interactive Activity
  • Answer these Questions about your podcast; briefly share your answers with the class.
    • Who is the person or organization responsible for your podcast?
    • Who is the intended audience of your podcast?
    • What did you learn from this directory or podcast that a media specialist could use, either directly or indirectly? In other words,
    • What specific information would help the MS?
    • What patterns, ideas, or inspirations would help
    • the MS?
    • What information could the MS pass on to others
    • in the school setting?
  • Future of podcasting
            • State of the Podcast
  • Future of podcasting
  • References
    • Apple podcasting in education video series. (2008). In Apple: Education . Retrieved March 7, 2008, from http://www.apple.com/education/resources/podcastingvideos/
    • Cochran, T. (2005). Podcasting: The do it yourself guide . Indianapolis, IN: Wiley.
    • Education podcasts. (2008). In Podcasts.com . Retrieved March 8, 2008, from http://education.podcast.com/
    • Gaudet, G. & Grotelueschen, J. (Eds.). (2008, February 14). Free podcasting guide for educators. In Podcast.com blog . Retrieved February 20, 2008, from http://blog.podcast.com/2008/02/14/free-podcasting-guide-for-educators/
    • Godcasting: The pod’s killer app? (2004, June). In Podcasting news . Retrieved March 9, 2008, from www. http://www.podcastingnews.com/articles/Godcasting.html
    • Morris, T., & Terra, E. (2006). Podcasting for dummies . Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
    • Ovadia, M. (2007). Podcasting guide. In Poducate me: Practical solutions for podcasting in education. Retrieved February 20, 2008, from http://www.poducateme.com/guide/
    • Podcasts aren't just for young nerds. (2008, February 15). In e-marketer daily newsletter . Retrieved February 20, 2008, from http://www.emarketer.com/Article.aspx?id=1005937
    • Summary: Podcasting advertising: Seeking riches in niches by Paul Verna. (2008, January). In e-marketer analyst reports. Retrieved February 20, 2008, from http://www.emarketer.com/Reports/All/Emarketer_2000474.aspx?src=report_head_info_reports
    • Van Orden, J. (2005). What is a podcast? In How to podcast . Retrieved March 1, 2008, from http://www.how-to-podcast-tutorial.com
    • Vincent, T. (2007, November 6). Podcasting. In Learning in hand . Retrieved March 9, 2008, from www.learninginhand.com/podcasting
    • What is podcasting? (2004, June). In Podcasting news . Retrieved March 9, 2008, from www. http://www.podcastingnews.com/articles/What_is_Podcasting.html