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					    PODCast
         for
Teaching and Learning
                         What is a PODCast?
       A podcast is a digital media file, or a
      series of such files, that is distributed
       over the Internet using syndication
      feeds for playback on portable media
        players and personal computers.

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                                  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Podcasting
                    PODCasting
        The term podcasting derives its name from
Apple's iPod, but to create a podcast or even to
listen to one, you don't need to own an iPod, or any
portable music player for that matter. In a nutshell,
Podcasting is a new type of online media delivery.
You publish selected audio files via the internet and
allow your users to subscribe via an RSS feed to
automatically receive new files. Podcasting lets you
create your own syndicated online talkshow or
radio program, with content of your choosing.

                                    - Phillip Torrone (07/20/2005)

http://digitalmedia.oreilly.com/2005/07/20/WhatIsPodcasting.html?page=1
PODCast
Concept
How to PODCast?
The Software
PODCast in Education
   Teachers                    Pupils
       Content Delivery          Self-paced
       Instructional Tool         Learning
       Guided Inquiry            Independent
       Assessment (Oral           Learning
        Skills)                   Knowledge
                                   Representations/
                                   Constructions
                                  Journaling
                                  Practice Oral Skills
Activity Theory Framework




                      Nardi, 1996
Activity Theory Framework

             PODCast




    Pupils             Meaningful
                       Learning




                         Nardi, 1996
Instructional Design



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       QuickTime™ and a
   TIFF (LZW) decompressor
are needed to see this picture.
Some Questions to Ponder
   How does podcasting challenge the current "talking head"
    model of classroom lectures? If all lectures are available via
    audio, do students need to go to class? How can they be
    kept in class? (from Wayne Sajna Hebert)
   Who owns the content, the school/university/college, the
    instructor, the user/student? How may it be protected or
    secured to the owner or subscriber? (from Wayne Sajna
    Hebert)
   Who's responsible to edit the content? The instructor?
    What should be the guidelines for editing? (from Wayne
    Sajna Hebert)
   How is copyrighted material tracked and/or verified? (from
    Wayne Sajna Hebert)


http://www.podcastercon.org/share/index.php?title=Podcasting_as_a_Teaching/Learning_Strategy
Some Useful Sites
 http://blog.podagogy.com/    http://epnweb.org/ind
 http://www.apple.com/edu      ex.php?openpod=7#1
  cation/resources/podcasti
  ngvideos/                     0
 http://chatt.hdsb.ca/~mag    http://www.pavitersin
  ps/boylit/Podcasting%20i      gh.com/Home.html
  n%20Education
 http://www.podcastercon.     http://engage.doit.wis
  org/share/index.php?title     c.edu/podcasting/teac
  =Podcasting_as_a_Teach        hing/index.html
  ing/Learning_Strategy
Using Apple iLife




http://www.apple.com/support/garageband/podcasts/

				
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