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Mathieu Plourde

What Are Narrative Podcasts? Why Use Them in eLearning? - 0 views

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    "Narrative podcasts are story-driven audio recordings. As opposed to more traditional interview-style podcasts, where a single person or group is interviewed, narrative podcasts splice together a number of interviews, recordings, and sounds to present a more complete listening experience. They tend to lean more heavily on production effects, such as the use of music and sound effects, as well as narrative storytelling techniques such as multiple characters, scene setting, backstory, hooks, framing devices, and cliffhangers. Narrative podcasts can be either fictional or non-fictional, but at their core both teach learners by presenting concepts as an immersive experience, allowing listeners to become a part of what they are learning."
Mathieu Plourde

Changing the Narrative - 0 views

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    "We want to challenge both the president's and the faculty member's narratives, not because we want to replace them with a "better" or "truer" one, but because the most interesting conversations happen when people on both sides of the argument start realizing that the situation is more complicated than they thought it was."
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