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Dennis OConnor

How to Review Podcasts on iTunes (And Why You Should) - 0 views

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    "Do you want to support your favorite podcast but don't have the spare cash to send them some coffee and cake money, back their Patreon, or buy some merchandise? Rating and reviewing your favorite podcast on iTunes will almost certainly help them out. Here's why, and how to leave a podcast review on iTunes and other podcast aggregators."
Kate Grovergrys

A social constructivist approach to the use of podcasts - 0 views

  • The project discussed in this case study followed an action research framework within the context of a Foundation Degree in e-learning at the University of Huddersfield. Podcasts were used to support the delivery of a module on the use of Web 2.0 technologies in Education. The aim was to explore whether, in this context, podcasting could be an effective component of online learning. In particular, the project asked: Do students like listening to educational Podcasts? Do students learn from using Podcasts?
  • Conclusions The following recommendations on the use of podcasts in teaching and learning have been drawn from the findings of the study; ensure pace, style, content and length of podcasts consider guidelines based on the research of Cebeci and Tekdal (2006) and of Kallinen and Rajava (2005): podcasts should be less than 15 minutes. long Recordings should be logically sequenced. Speech should be interspersed with music. Content should be placed in the context of the course of study and of the learner’s own working practice. Pace of speech should be approximately 143 words per minute. Ensure that audio content forms part of a wider range of learning activities that allow students to process, discuss and apply what they have heard and to gain formative feedback on their responses. Recommend that students undertake cognitive activity whilst listening to the podcasted material but take account of the type and level of learner in deciding upon the form this activity should take. Lower level learners might appreciate structured activities which higher level learners might find inhibiting. Inclusion of audio content may help students to retain information more effectively than purely text-based delivery. Provide appropriate metadata for podcast episodes to allow learners to glean the essentials and assess the relevance and content of the episode before they listen to the whole thing.
Dennis OConnor

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development: Podcasting = Continuous Production NOT One-off Course Production - 0 views

  • The beauty of podcasting is NOT that you have an easy way to send ONE or TWO audio (or video) recordings of an instructor leading an in-class course or instructor-led training.  If that's all you are doing then you have NOT created a podcast.  The simple act of recording a few audio or video files and putting them on a webserver with a link for users to access...IS NOT PODCASTING! If you understand what I just said then you may not find this post relevant to you. If reading that made you wonder a little bit about your podcasting strategy then you MUST read on.
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    The author makes the excellent point that podcasting is an ongoing process, rather than one-off announcements.
Dennis OConnor

How I create and publish podcasts » Moving at the Speed of Creativity - 4 views

  • Jason Kern recently asked me to share information about how I create and publish podcasts here on "Moving at the Speed of Creativity," and rather than send that info to just him I thought I'd create a post to share these links and procedures. Since I've developed these procedures over time it's entirely possible there are much better ways to do this, so if you have suggestions and input on alternative podcasting possibilities I'd love to hear it.
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    Great one stop resource if you want to get up on podcasting. Wes Fryer is worth listening to!
Kathleen Ellis

PodcastMachine - 2 views

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    Podcasting simplified? I learned about this tool to make podcast and hosting an easy process. Look forward to trying it out. Easy and hosting are the operative words here. If the process is simple and there is a ready place for hosting your podcast, then that's all you need to make it happen.
anonymous

Spanish Proficiency Exercises: Site Index - 0 views

  • Links to everything in this site ¡Buenos días! 21 June 2010 A complete index of video interviews and podcasts, as well as related grammar, vocabulary, and phrases contained in this site is listed below.  A topical grammar index and podcast help are also available.  Click on blue links to access site components.
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    Collection listening comprehension activities in the form of videos and podcast develop by the U. of Texas. It is organized by levels, grammar and vocab. It can be watched and listen to without downloading but to download it needs an i tunes subscription and from the i pod it can be downloaded to the computer. Activities can be done individually or as part of a major group project.
Annette Marchand

Podcast Help » Moving at the Speed of Creativity - 0 views

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    Basically this site is helpful if you want to learn more about creating your own podcasts.
Brook Greno

K12 Online Conference 2008 | Week in the Classroom"Using Web 2.0 Tools in a Grade One Classroom" - 1 views

  • Kathy will share the ways in which she has used blogging, podcasts and wikis to support the grade one curriculum. She will also mention using tools such as Bubbleshare and Flickr.
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      Great presentation on how she has used each of these tools.
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    Kathy gives a great how to use blogs, wikis and podcasting into your classroom. She explains step by step how she uses each of these. I enjoyed this site being able to see how Web 2.0 tools can be used at all levels.
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    An elementary school teacher shows how she uses Web2.0 tools in her classroom. Specific tools discussed and shown how she implements them include blogs, wikis and podcasting.
Pam Pleviak

The Teachers' Podcast - The New Generation of Ed Tech PD - 1 views

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    Podcasts, VoiceThread and more! Check out the Prezi tutorial.
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    Podcasts, VoiceThread and more! Check out the Prezi tutorial.
Brad Dobbs

PodOmatic | Best Free Podcasts - 0 views

  • Minicasts allow you to combine photos with an audio track to create a video slideshow.
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    A free way to create podcasts
Dennis OConnor

Create Elearning with Google Voice - 0 views

  • Create Elearning with Google Voice EPS411 is developing ways to use Google Voice to create elearning. In the audio file below - recorded by calling my Google Voice number - I describe the process of how I recorded the message and suggest several uses for Google Voice to create elearning content. Since Google Voice gives so many output options - mp3 file, embed code, transcript, email - the options for elearning production seem unlimited. How could you use Google Voice for elearning production?
  • Potential uses include: Rapid production of Just-in-time training Record a SME introduction to an elearning program or answers to user questions Create “on-your-mind” training for later incorporation into an elearning program, podcast, blog post, or discussion.
  • EPS411 is developing ways to use Google Voice to create elearning. In the audio file below – recorded by calling my Google Voice number – I describe the process of how I recorded the message and suggest several uses for Google Voice to create elearning content. Since Google Voice gives so many output options – mp3 file, embed code, transcript, email – the options for elearning production seem unlimited.
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    | EPS411 ELearning Design and Production Just picked up on this concept. Use of audio in an online class can be very powerful and this might be an slick way to get the job done. One issue that always nags is the need for a transcript. To be accessible to the deaf, podcasts in courses should have a transcript. I've taken to writing a transcript before I record, even though I'm more comfortable with just winging it. I remain surprised that the voice to text technology remains so clunky (or expensive) that this isn't a build in feature with recording programs. If anyone know of a well priced product that produces audio files and a transcript at the same time... LET ME KNOW!
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Bruce Bachtell

Podcasting with Camtasia Studio - 1 views

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    We use Camtasia at TC. This is a great tutorial on how to create podcasts through Camtasia. It shows how to screencast and podcast and a bit about RSS to send notifications to the target audience that the new podcast or screencast is available
Libby Hilsendager

Google Custom Search - Podcasting in Online Learning - 10 views

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    The use of podcasting in online education.
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    Great resources. Found some interesting information about using Skype to create podcasts with hosts located in different parts of the world. Thanks Libby.
hkilgallon

TeacherCast Podcast "@EdCampSS and #SSChat" @shawnmccusker @ron_peck #edcamp - 0 views

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      Live Binders is a great way for you and your students to collect websites in one place!  
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      The Mobile App tab is great to find ratings and reviews for apps before we download them for us or our students. 
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Linda Reuvers

Today's Middle Level Educator @ podcast.com - 0 views

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    There are tons of podcasts on a variety of topics, including education and technology. You must subscribe, but it's free.
Dennis OConnor

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development - 1 views

  • The beauty of podcasting is NOT that you have an easy way to send ONE or TWO audio (or video) recordings of an instructor leading an in-class course or instructor-led training.  If that's all you are doing then you have NOT created a podcast.  The simple act of recording a few audio or video files and putting them on a webserver with a link for users to access...IS NOT PODCASTING! If you understand what I just said then you may not find this post relevant to you. If reading that made you wonder a little bit about your podcasting strategy then you MUST read on.
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    Solid source for articles relevant to corporate training, instructional design and e-Learning.
Annette Marchand

E-language » podcasting - 0 views

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    Links to information about elearning resources, digital storytelling, podcasting, virtual worlds and much more
Annette Marchand

Futurelab Resources - Podcasts - 0 views

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    A podcast seminar that introduces "Futurelab's Innovations Handbook". Looking at future technological developments of 2025 and beyond...the long-term future of teaching and learning.
Greg Lunsford

e-learning 2.0 - how Web technologies are shaping education - 3 views

  • Teacher's TV Teachers who are subject specialists are also using blogs to provide up-to-date information and commentary on their subject areas, as well as posting questions and assignments and linking to relevant news stories and websites.
  • However, student-produced podcasts are where it's at when it comes to educational podcasting. Swap 'user-generated content' for 'learner- generated content' and you soon get the picture. Apple, with its strong presence in the education market, has been quick to recognize the learning potential of student podcasting.
  • Media sharing The photo-sharing site Flickr is also finding use within education - as it provides a valuable resource for students and educators looking for images for use in presentations, learning materials or coursework. Many of the images uploaded to Flickr carry a Creative Commons license, making them particular suitable for educational use - and the tagging of images makes it much easier to find relevant content. Students can also use Flickr to publish their digital photography to a wider audience. And like blogging, the commenting function on Flickr allows for critical feedback. A lesser-known feature of Flickr - the ability to add hot-spot annotations to an image - also has much potential as a learning tool. Beth Harris, director of distance learning at the Fashion Institute of Technology, State University of New York, has used this feature to enable her students to annotate and discuss a series of paintings as part of an online art history course.
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    An informative article including information on Teacher's TV(blogs for assignments and subject areas) and student-centered podcasts. Especially interesting is Flickr, a photo-sharing site that can be used to add hot-spot annotations to an image. Online art courses can use this feature to annotate and discuss paintings.
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    summary of web 2.0 technologies
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    A simple but good article.
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    A great source of what is happening in education regarding Web 2.0 technologies and where we are heading.
Chelle Barnaby

Record by phone with Gabcast.com - 0 views

  • record using your phone or VoIP Recording audio has never been easier! Simply call us using a touch-tone telephone or a VoIP client. No microphone or audio editing software required. VoIP recording is FREE! Telephone recording is just $0.10/min - there are no other costs involved. create podcasts Are you an audiophile? No. Then why concern yourself with the complexities of podcasting? Let us do the heavy lifting. Yes. Upload your studio produced episodes. Each of your channels can be subscribed to by an RSS client like iTunes, IE7, Firefox or any number of web-based portals. post audio to your blogs Post audio content to your blogs! We integrate with popular blogging software like Blogger, TypePad, WordPress and more! create audio greetings Create audio greetings to welcome users to your website! Or use a greeting as an audio avatar or signature in an email! host conference calls
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    Record messages to your class using VoIP or your telephone. Allows online class to hear your voice. Let students discuss topics with an audio response rather than type only.
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