This workshop will provide an introduction to instructional uses of Podcasting. Participants will consider examples of instructional podcasts, discuss recent research about the educational use of this technology, and learn about free software tools to get started with podcasting. Participants will also gain an understanding of the process of recording, posting and subscribing to podcasts, as well as have the chance to make a simple podcast of their own. This is a great opportunity for participants to discuss the possibilities of Podcasting in the
classroom and beyond.
By the end of this session you should:
- Have a better understanding of the instructional uses of podcasting in higher education.
- Be able to make informed decisions about using podcasting in your teaching based on recent research in the educational use of this technology.
- Consider and be able to use copyright and fair use guidelines related to podcasting in education.
- Understand the process and tools you need to get started with creating and publishing podcasts at VCU.
- 7 Things You Should Know About Podcasting
- EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Discovery Tool: Guide to Podcasting
- Guertin, L., Bodek, M., Zappe, S. and Kim, H. (2007). Questioning the Student Use of and Desire for Lecture Podcasts. Journal of Online Teaching and Learning, v3 (2), Retrieved February 3, 2010, from
- Campbell, G. (2005). There’s something in the air: Podcasting in education. EDUCAUSE Review, v40 (6) (November/December 2005): 32–47. Retrieved February 3, 2010, from
For more information, contact Jeff Nugent (7-0563 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
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