Notes for Podcamp Seattle, Saturday 20 June.
This is a plug for a new podcast, One Bottle At A Time, which is a Washington wine show launched by one of my students after taking my inaugural podcasting class. I realize now (oops) that I did not specifically explain to students how to get listed in iTunes or how to create an RSS […]
McClatchy’s DC office is publishing some presidential campaign conference calls as podcasts. What was once opaque is now transparent. RSS feed. (tip)
Institutions of higher education face many challenges; one is to provide a learning environment that acknowledges the unique skills and interests of the Net Generation. This paper explores these challenges within the context of computer-mediated communication (CMC) instruction. Specifically, the paper explores the use of social web technologies – blogs and podcasts – as methods of student learning and assessment. Podcasting […]
My first two sessions this morning dealt with podcasting. The first, from the University of Illinois, focused on administration. They are using iTunesU (not a big surprise) but launched in June 2006 (a surprise: UW only launched in fall 2007). Some podcasts are “open” to the public. Podcasts are also used in marketing (send to […]