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Podcasting NSU 8010

  1. 1. Podcasting<br />
  2. 2. Jen Awe<br />By:<br />Podcasting<br />Crystal Ellsworth<br />
  3. 3. Podcasting Table of Contents<br />The What of Podcasting<br />The When of Podcasting<br />Back to the Basics<br />Tools of the Trade<br />Putting the Pieces together<br />Uses in Education<br />The Quick & The Dirty<br />References<br />
  4. 4. The What of Podcasting<br />Personal On Demand Broadcasting<br />Podcasts can be MP3 audio files or digital video files that can be automatically or manually downloaded to your personal computer, and then transferred to an MP3 player using a podcasting application (ABCNews.com, 2005)<br />P<br />O<br />D<br />casting<br />
  5. 5. The When of Podcasting<br />September 2000, an early version of MP3 players were launched – known as “I2Go”<br />January 2001, RSS (Really Simple Syndication)a web feed format is demonstrated for the first time<br />June 2003, RSS feed was fed into an MP3 file<br />October 2003, RSS transferred to ITunes which allowed download capabilities for IPods<br />February 2004, the term “podcasting” was first used by Ben Hammersley in his audioblog<br />December 2005, “Podcast” became the word of the year by the New Oxford American Dictionary<br />By September 2009, 220,000,000 IPods have been sold world wide <br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Podcast<br />
  6. 6. Tools of the Trade<br />To download & listen to a podcast, you’ll need:<br />MP3 player (most common is Apple’s IPod)<br />Access to a computer and account with a web syndication (ITunes, Zune, Juice, Winamp)<br />Wi-Fi or <br /> internet connection<br />
  7. 7. Back to the Basics<br />To make your very own Podcast, you will need:<br />A microphone<br />A sound or audio card<br />Recording software (Audacity or GarageBand) to create your RSS feed<br />A personal website, free at Blogger.com<br />A group of friends to tell about your Podcast<br />(((Hey EDD 8010 classmates, click here to listen)))<br />http://futuredds.podOmatic.com/entry/2009-11-12T18_28_56-08_00<br />
  8. 8. Uses in Education<br />Podcasting is cheap<br />Podcasting invites a global audience<br />Audio podcasting encourages no-frills communication<br />Podcasting is digital storytelling<br />Podcasting provides a window into the classroom<br />Podcasting involves few privacy concerns<br />Podcasting can educate about copyright<br />Podcasting can be interactive<br />Podcasting can be creative<br />Podcasting can be fun!<br />Robinson & Ritzko, 2009<br />
  9. 9. The Quick & The Dirty<br />
  10. 10. References<br />ABCNews.com. (2005). What is podcasting? Retrieved November 2, 2009 from http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/story?id=724297<br />Fryer, W. (n.d.). Classroom audio podcasting. Retrieved November 7, 2009 from http://www.wtvi.com/teks/05_06_articles/classroom-audio-podcasting.html<br />LeFever, L., & LeFever, S. (Producer). (2009). Podcasting [Common Craft Online Video]. Available from http://www.commoncraft.com/podcasting <br />Podcast. (n.d.). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved October 24, 2009 from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Podcast<br />Robinson, S. & Ritzko, J. (2009). Podcasts in education: what, why, and how? Allied Academies International Conference. Academy of Educational Leadership, Proceedings, 14(1), 38-43. Retrieved November 12, 2009 from ABI/INFORM Global.<br />Smith, C. & Awe, J. (Producer). (2009, November 12). The ellsworth/awe show [Audio podcast].Retrieved from http://futuredds.podomatic.com/player/web/2009-11-12T18_28_56-08_00 <br />

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