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clean up, replaced: Battlestar Galactica → Battlestar Galactica using AWB (11757) ← Previous revision Revision as of 03:08, 29 December 2015 Line 72: Line 72:       ===Podcasts in higher education===   ===Podcasts in higher education=== − *'''Mobile Learning''': Podcasting can be categorised as an [[m-learning]] strategy for teaching and learning. In 2004 [[Musselburgh]] Grammar School pioneered podcast lessons with foreign language audio revision and homework.[http://mgsonline.blogs.com/mgspodcast Musselburgh Grammar School Podcast] In the second half of 2005, a Communication Studies course at the University of Western Australia used ''student-created podcasts'' as the main assessment item.{{cite web|title=All Good Things ...|url=http://i-generation.blogspot.com/|work=iGeneration DIGITAL COMMUNICATION & PARTICIPATORY CULTURE|publisher=Google|accessdate=1 June 2012|author=TAMA LEAVER|format=Blog|date=4 November 2005}} In 2005 Students in the Write was created for second grade students at Morse Elementary School in Tarrytown, NY. By providing students with an authentic audience, teachers noticed significantly increased motivation to write. Students were also found to improve fluency and listening skills.{{citation needed|date=June 2012}} On 21 February 2006 Lance Anderson, Dr. Chris Smith [[The Naked Scientists|(the Naked Scientist)]], Nigel Paice and Debbie McGowan took part in the first podcast forum at Cambridge University. The event was hosted by the Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technologies.http://www.caret.cam.ac.uk{{cite web |url=http://www.lanecc.edu/fpd/grants/sabbatical/paid/documents/AnnickToddreport2.pdf |title=A Journey to Podcasting}} + *'''Mobile Learning''': Podcasting can be categorised as an [[m-learning]] strategy for teaching and learning. In 2004 [[Musselburgh]] Grammar School pioneered podcast lessons with foreign language audio revision and homework.[http://mgsonline.blogs.com/mgspodcast Musselburgh Grammar School Podcast] In the second half of 2005, a Communication Studies course at the University of Western Australia used ''student-created podcasts'' as the main assessment item.{{cite web|title=All Good Things ...|url=http://i-generation.blogspot.com/|work=iGeneration DIGITAL COMMUNICATION & PARTICIPATORY CULTURE|publisher=Google|accessdate=1 June 2012|first=TAMA|last=LEAVER|format=Blog|date=4 November 2005}} In 2005 Students in the Write was created for second grade students at Morse Elementary School in Tarrytown, NY. By providing students with an authentic audience, teachers noticed significantly increased motivation to write. Students were also found to improve fluency and listening skills.{{citation needed|date=June 2012}} On 21 February 2006 Lance Anderson, Dr. Chris Smith [[The Naked Scientists|(the Naked Scientist)]], Nigel Paice and Debbie McGowan took part in the first podcast forum at Cambridge University. The event was hosted by the Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technologies.http://www.caret.cam.ac.uk{{cite web |url=http://www.lanecc.edu/fpd/grants/sabbatical/paid/documents/AnnickToddreport2.pdf |title=A Journey to Podcasting}}   * '''Mobile Knowledge Transfer''': Podcasting is also used by corporations to disseminate information faster and more easily. It can be seen as a further development of [[:de:Rapid E-Learning|Rapid E-Learning]] as the content can be created fast and without much effort. Learners can learn in idle times which saves time and money for them and the organizations. Audio podcasts can be used during other activities like driving a car, or traveling by train/bus. A group often targeted is the salesforce, as they are highly mobile. There podcasting can be used for sales enablement ([http://www.podcastmaschine.de/wordpress/?p=33 see case [...]



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WP:CHECKWIKI error fix for #16. Remove invisible Unicode characters. Do general fixes if a problem exists. -, replaced: → (2) using AWB (11751) ← Previous revision Revision as of 08:01, 26 November 2015 Line 10: Line 10:   ==Public services==   ==Public services==   *Advocacy. The 5,500 [[Lockout (industry)|locked out]] staff (editors, journalists, technicians, hosts, etc.) of the [[Canadian Broadcasting Corporation]] were podcasting news and other programming during August and September 2005.{{citation needed|date=March 2015}}   *Advocacy. The 5,500 [[Lockout (industry)|locked out]] staff (editors, journalists, technicians, hosts, etc.) of the [[Canadian Broadcasting Corporation]] were podcasting news and other programming during August and September 2005.{{citation needed|date=March 2015}} −     *Law enforcement. The [[Chicago Police Department]] has a free video podcast of its half-hour weekly news magazine ''CrimeWatch,'' which airs on local TV. It documents community policing (CAPS) success stories.{{citation needed|date=March 2015}}   *Law enforcement. The [[Chicago Police Department]] has a free video podcast of its half-hour weekly news magazine ''CrimeWatch,'' which airs on local TV. It documents community policing (CAPS) success stories.{{citation needed|date=March 2015}} −     *News outlets distribute supplemental audio or video via podcasts. For example, [[Wikinews]] began to podcast its News Briefs in 2005. Companies also use podcasts to distribute their multimedia news to journalists and consumers through companies like MultiVu. In 2006, the online magazine ''[[Slate (magazine)|Slate]]'' began ''textcasting'' articles to their readers, by attaching a written article to a blank audio file and delivering the content to readers through their regular podcasting mechanism.[http://www.slate.com/id/2136959/ "Textcasting," anyone?] at [[Slate (magazine)|Slate]]   *News outlets distribute supplemental audio or video via podcasts. For example, [[Wikinews]] began to podcast its News Briefs in 2005. Companies also use podcasts to distribute their multimedia news to journalists and consumers through companies like MultiVu. In 2006, the online magazine ''[[Slate (magazine)|Slate]]'' began ''textcasting'' articles to their readers, by attaching a written article to a blank audio file and delivering the content to readers through their regular podcasting mechanism.[http://www.slate.com/id/2136959/ "Textcasting," anyone?] at [[Slate (magazine)|Slate]] −     * Public libraries can podcast local publications free of Copyright, offering spoken word alternatives to the visually impaired. Non-profit organizations podcast readings of short-format magazine articles for visually impaired readers.   * Public libraries can podcast local publications free of Copyright, offering spoken word alternatives to the visually impaired. Non-profit organizations podcast readings of short-format magazine articles for visually impaired readers. −     * Tours - educational Institutions use podcasts for self-guided [[Campus Tour]]s.{{which|date=March 2015}}{{citation needed|date=March 2015}}   * Tours - educational Institutions use podcasts for self-guided [[Campus Tour]]s.{{which|date=March 2015}}{{citation needed|date=March 2015}} −     *Tours - official cultural or historic audio tours of cities{{which|date=March 2015}}{{citation needed|date=March 2015}}   *Tours - official cultural or historic audio tours of cities{{which|date=March 2015}}{{citation needed|date=March 2015}} −     *Tours - unofficial audio tours of museumsKennedy, Randy. 2005. "[http://www.nytimes.com/2005/05/28/arts/design/28podc.html?ex=1274932800&en=db1ced6873dcc4b6&ei=5090&partner[...]



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‎Podcasts in higher education ← Previous revision Revision as of 19:07, 23 November 2015 Line 90: Line 90:   *'''Religion''': [[Godcasting]] has been used by many religious groups.Heinen, Tom. 2005. "[http://www.jsonline.com/news/metro/jun05/333091.asp Podcasting becomes another pulpit]." In ''JS Online'', 2005-06-11. Many churches produce podcasts of talks and sermons. ''Disciples with Microphones'' provides podcasts relating to the [[Catholic]] Church.''[http://www.discipleswithmicrophones.org Disciples with Microphones]''   *'''Religion''': [[Godcasting]] has been used by many religious groups.Heinen, Tom. 2005. "[http://www.jsonline.com/news/metro/jun05/333091.asp Podcasting becomes another pulpit]." In ''JS Online'', 2005-06-11. Many churches produce podcasts of talks and sermons. ''Disciples with Microphones'' provides podcasts relating to the [[Catholic]] Church.''[http://www.discipleswithmicrophones.org Disciples with Microphones]''   * '''Tutorials''': A tutorial on almost any subject can be created as either an audio podcast or video vodcast. Through [[screencast]]ing, many video podcasts demonstrate how to use software and operating systems.   * '''Tutorials''': A tutorial on almost any subject can be created as either an audio podcast or video vodcast. Through [[screencast]]ing, many video podcasts demonstrate how to use software and operating systems. − * + * '''Anxiety:''' Podcasts have been used to solve problems with college students’ anxiety by allowing professors’ lectures to be accessed after class so the students would not have to worry about missing any of the material if absent or tardy. According to Anthony Chan & Mark J.W. Lee,   “The advent of consumer-level digital multimedia hardware and software have prompted the more techno-logically inclined instructors and educational designers to construct CD-ROM based re-sources to engage and excite students using the richness and flexibility of text, graphics, sound, video, animation and interactive content, as well as the combination of these elements”. {{Cite web|url = Chan, A., & Lee, M. J. (2005). An MP3 a day keeps the worries away: Exploring the use of podcasting to address preconceptions and alleviate pre-class anxiety amongst undergraduate information technology students. In In DHR Spennemann & L. Burr (Ed.), Good Practice in Practice: Proceedings of the Student Experience Conference (pp. 58-70). Wagga Wagga, NSW.|title = |date = |accessdate = |website = |publisher = |last = |first = }}   ==Entertainment==   ==Entertainment==   *Comedy. Comedians such as [[The Ricky Gervais Show|Ricky Gervais]], [[Stephen Fry's Podgrams|Stephen Fry]], [[The Adam Carolla Show (podcast)|Adam Carolla]] and [[WTF with Marc Maron|Marc Maron]] have created some of the most popular podgrams.   *Comedy. Comedians such as [[The Ricky Gervais Show|Ricky Gervais]], [[Stephen Fry's Podgrams|Stephen Fry]], [[The Adam Carolla Show (podcast)|Adam Carolla]] and [[WTF with Marc Maron|Marc Maron]] have created some of the most popular podgrams. Line 123: Line 123:       ==Publicity and marketing==   ==Publicity and marketing== − * As a promotional vehicle for an upcoming event, such as [[Pixar|Pixar's]] Cars Video Podcast, which advertised the release of [[Disney]]/Pixar's [[Cars (film)|Cars]] animated feature film with a series of behind-the-scenes clips.http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=152605772 + * As a promotional vehicle for an upcoming event, such as [[Pixar|Pixar's]] Cars Video Podcast, which advertised the release of [[Disney]]/Pixar's [[Cars (film)|Cars]] animated feature film with a series of behind-the-scenes clips.



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‎Podcasts in higher education ← Previous revision Revision as of 18:32, 20 November 2015 Line 90: Line 90:   *'''Religion''': [[Godcasting]] has been used by many religious groups.Heinen, Tom. 2005. "[http://www.jsonline.com/news/metro/jun05/333091.asp Podcasting becomes another pulpit]." In ''JS Online'', 2005-06-11. Many churches produce podcasts of talks and sermons. ''Disciples with Microphones'' provides podcasts relating to the [[Catholic]] Church.''[http://www.discipleswithmicrophones.org Disciples with Microphones]''   *'''Religion''': [[Godcasting]] has been used by many religious groups.Heinen, Tom. 2005. "[http://www.jsonline.com/news/metro/jun05/333091.asp Podcasting becomes another pulpit]." In ''JS Online'', 2005-06-11. Many churches produce podcasts of talks and sermons. ''Disciples with Microphones'' provides podcasts relating to the [[Catholic]] Church.''[http://www.discipleswithmicrophones.org Disciples with Microphones]''   * '''Tutorials''': A tutorial on almost any subject can be created as either an audio podcast or video vodcast. Through [[screencast]]ing, many video podcasts demonstrate how to use software and operating systems.   * '''Tutorials''': A tutorial on almost any subject can be created as either an audio podcast or video vodcast. Through [[screencast]]ing, many video podcasts demonstrate how to use software and operating systems. − + *   ==Entertainment==   ==Entertainment==   *Comedy. Comedians such as [[The Ricky Gervais Show|Ricky Gervais]], [[Stephen Fry's Podgrams|Stephen Fry]], [[The Adam Carolla Show (podcast)|Adam Carolla]] and [[WTF with Marc Maron|Marc Maron]] have created some of the most popular podgrams.   *Comedy. Comedians such as [[The Ricky Gervais Show|Ricky Gervais]], [[Stephen Fry's Podgrams|Stephen Fry]], [[The Adam Carolla Show (podcast)|Adam Carolla]] and [[WTF with Marc Maron|Marc Maron]] have created some of the most popular podgrams. [...]



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Journal cites, using AWB (11335) ← Previous revision Revision as of 09:21, 21 July 2015 Line 76: Line 76:   *Copyright - One must have permission to use certain content before it is mixed in personal material.   *Copyright - One must have permission to use certain content before it is mixed in personal material.   *Censorship - Podcasting is not regulated, and the content can be unsuitable for students.   *Censorship - Podcasting is not regulated, and the content can be unsuitable for students. − *Privacy - Teacher and student privacy concerns must be addressed.Flannigan, B., & Calandra, B. (2005). Podcasting in the classroom. Learning and Leading with Technology,33(3), 20-23. + *Privacy - Teacher and student privacy concerns must be addressed.{{cite journal | last1 = Flannigan | first1 = B. | last2 = Calandra | first2 = B. | year = 2005 | title = Podcasting in the classroom | url = | journal = Learning and Leading with Technology | volume = 33 | issue = 3| pages = 20–23 }}       ===Podcasts in higher education===   ===Podcasts in higher education=== [...]



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Journal cites, Added 2 dois to journal cites using AWB (11335) ← Previous revision Revision as of 08:24, 21 July 2015 Line 52: Line 52:       ====Podcasts for Teachers====   ====Podcasts for Teachers==== − Podcasting can be a tool for teachers or administrators to communicate with parents and the wider community about curriculum plans and content, student assignments and other information.{{cite journal | last1 = Gatewood | first1 = K | year = 2008 | title = Podcasting: Just the basics | url = | journal = ProQuest Education Journals | volume = 44 | issue = 2| pages = 90–93 }} + Podcasting can be a tool for teachers or administrators to communicate with parents and the wider community about curriculum plans and content, student assignments and other information.{{cite journal | last1 = Gatewood | first1 = K | year = 2008 | title = Podcasting: Just the basics | url = | journal = ProQuest Education Journals | volume = 44 | issue = 2| pages = 90–93 | doi=10.1080/00228958.2008.10516502}}       =====Classroom Use=====   =====Classroom Use===== Line 58: Line 58:       =====Professional Development=====   =====Professional Development===== − Podcasting provides professional development that can be accessed when it is needed. A resource directory of archived podcasts can be created and educators can select topics they need at the given time to fit the need of the moment and be able to access professional learning. In 2007 and beyond, professional development has been delivered in an on-demand and mobile format, greatly facilitated by the portability of podcasts.King, K., & Gura, M. (2007). Podcasting for teachers: Using a new technology to revolutionize teaching and learning . (2 ed., p. 4). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. Podcasts appear to offer teachers convenient professional development opportunities and can give them the freedom to select what, when and where they learn.{{cite journal | last1 = Gatewood | first1 = K | year = 2008 | title = Podcasting: Just the basics | url = | journal = ProQuest Education Journals | volume = 44 | issue = 2| pages = 90–93 }} + Podcasting provides professional development that can be accessed when it is needed. A resource directory of archived podcasts can be created and educators can select topics they need at the given time to fit the need of the moment and be able to access professional learning. In 2007 and beyond, professional development has been delivered in an on-demand and mobile format, greatly facilitated by the portability of podcasts.King, K., & Gura, M. (2007). Podcasting for teachers: Using a new technology to revolutionize teaching and learning . (2 ed., p. 4). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. Podcasts appear to offer teachers convenient professional development opportunities and can give them the freedom to select what, when and where they learn.{{cite journal | last1 = Gatewood | first1 = K | year = 2008 | title = Podcasting: Just the basics | url = | journal = ProQuest Education Journals | volume = 44 | issue = 2| pages = 90–93 | doi=10.1080/00228958.2008.10516502}}       '''A variety of professional resources are available for teachers:'''   '''A variety of professional resources are available for teachers:''' [...]



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Journal cites, templated 3 journal cites using AWB (11335) ← Previous revision Revision as of 08:22, 21 July 2015 Line 49: Line 49:       =====Creating Podcasts=====   =====Creating Podcasts===== − The use of social technologies ([[blogs]], [[wikis]], [[RSS]]) allow students to shift from simply consuming media to creating it on their own.McFadden, A. (2008). Podcasting and really simple syndication (rss). Unpublished manuscript, College of Human Environmental Sciences Institute for Interative Technology, The University of Alabama, Alabama, mississippi. Pundits argue that student-produced podcasting can promote several powerful ideas that students can use over a lifetime. These include a hands-on and reflective approach to copyright and fair use in creating digital media. That is, they can create original content as they ethically and effectively collect and remix the work of others. Thus, it is argued, podcasting becomes a tool for students to think about the balance between individual rights and community benefits. In addition, some argue that podcasts help students learn 21st century literacy skills. Students, for example, can use digital audio recording and editing software to create audio dramas, news shows or audio tours.Shamburg, C. (2009). Beyond podcasting:a paradigm shift. In Student-Powered Podcasting (pp. 4-12). Within Social Studies contexts, for example, podcasting offers a means for encouraging students to question their world, to explore their intuitions about relationships between history, people and to think about things in relation to larger contexts, rather than simply focus on dates and facts.Shamburg, C. (2010). DIY podcasting in education. In Knobel, M & Lankshear, C. (Eds.), DIY Media: Sharing Creating and Learning with New Media (pp.51-75). New York: Peter Lang. Educators who use podcasting with students argue that it offers learners and teachers flexibility and learner control, opportunities for learner motivation, clarity of instruction, novelty of engagement, widening of 'locations' in which learning is situated – an expansion of the temporal and spatial, engagement with and collaboration around dialogue, and opportunities for learners to get involved in construction of learning for others.Warren, K. (2011). Utilising podcasts for learning and teaching: a review and ways forward for e-learning cultures. Management in Education, 26(2), 52-57. + The use of social technologies ([[blogs]], [[wikis]], [[RSS]]) allow students to shift from simply consuming media to creating it on their own.McFadden, A. (2008). Podcasting and really simple syndication (rss). Unpublished manuscript, College of Human Environmental Sciences Institute for Interative Technology, The University of Alabama, Alabama, mississippi. Pundits argue that student-produced podcasting can promote several powerful ideas that students can use over a lifetime. These include a hands-on and reflective approach to copyright and fair use in creating digital media. That is, they can create original content as they ethically and effectively collect and remix the work of others. Thus, it is argued, podcasting becomes a tool for students to think about the balance between individual rights and community benefits. In addition, some argue that podcasts help students learn 21st century literacy skills. Students, for example, can use digital audio recording and editing software to create audio dramas, news shows or audio tours.Shamburg, C. (2009). Beyond podcasting:a paradigm shift. In Student-Powered Podcasting (pp. 4-12). Within Social Studies contexts, for example, podcasting offers a means for encouraging students to question their world, to[...]



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‎Podcasting in K-12 Education: Journal cites, templated 1 journal cites using AWB (11335) ← Previous revision Revision as of 07:59, 21 July 2015 Line 28: Line 28:       ===Podcasting in K-12 Education===   ===Podcasting in K-12 Education=== − [[K-12]] schools have also begun adopting podcasting as an instructional tool. Podcasts are used for many educational purposes and there are several advocates of podcasting who believe that it can offer unique educational benefits to learners.O'Bannon, B., Lubke, J., Beard, J., & Britt, V. (2011). Using podcasts to replace lecture: Effects on student achievement. Computers & Education, 1885-1892 The main advantage of podcasting is the simplicity that it offers to learners. Listeners are no longer constrained by time and space with regard to their learning. Podcasts give superior support to auditory learners who comprise 30% of all learners.O'Bannon, B., Lubke, J., Beard, J., & Britt, V. (2011). Using podcasts to replace lecture: Effects on student achievement. Computers & Education, 1885-1892 + [[K-12]] schools have also begun adopting podcasting as an instructional tool. Podcasts are used for many educational purposes and there are several advocates of podcasting who believe that it can offer unique educational benefits to learners.{{cite journal | last1 = O'Bannon | first1 = B. | last2 = Lubke | first2 = J. | last3 = Beard | first3 = J. | last4 = Britt | first4 = V. | year = 2011 | title = Using podcasts to replace lecture: Effects on student achievement | url = | journal = Computers & Education | volume = | issue = | pages = 1885–1892 }} The main advantage of podcasting is the simplicity that it offers to learners. Listeners are no longer constrained by time and space with regard to their learning. Podcasts give superior support to auditory learners who comprise 30% of all learners.{{cite journal | last1 = O'Bannon | first1 = B. | last2 = Lubke | first2 = J. | last3 = Beard | first3 = J. | last4 = Britt | first4 = V. | year = 2011 | title = Using podcasts to replace lecture: Effects on student achievement | url = | journal = Computers & Education | volume = | issue = | pages = 1885–1892 }} − Expensive equipment or sophisticated know-how is not needed to create a podcast. There are free programs that are easily accessible to all people to create podcasts. Podcasting affords [[iPods]] and other mobile audio players a double life: a usefulness for both entertainment and education. Podcasts are created by students for projects or by instructors for instructional purposes.Warren, K. (2011). Utilising podcasts for learning and teaching: a review and ways forward for e-learning cultures. ''Management in Education'' 26(2), 52-57. + Expensive equipment or sophisticated know-how is not needed to create a podcast. There are free programs that are easily accessible to all people to create podcasts. Podcasting affords [[iPods]] and other mobile audio players a double life: a usefulness for both entertainment and education. Podcasts are created by students for projects or by instructors for instructional purposes.{{cite journal | last1 = Warren | first1 = K | year = 2011 | title = Utilising podcasts for learning and teaching: a review and ways forward for e-learning cultures | url = | journal = Management in Education | volume = 26 | issue = 2| pages = 52–57 }}       '''Curriculum Applications of Podcasts:'''   '''Curriculum Applications of Podcasts:''' [...]



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Journal cites, using AWB (11335) ← Previous revision Revision as of 07:53, 21 July 2015 Line 6: Line 6:   {{Use dmy dates|date=October 2014}}   {{Use dmy dates|date=October 2014}}     − '''Podcasting''' refers to the creation and regular distribution of [[podcast]]s through the Internet. Podcasts, which can include [[Digital audio|audio]], [[video]], [[PDF]], and [[ePub]] files, can be subscribed to and [[download]]ed through [[web syndication]] or streamed online to a computer or mobile device.Hew, K. (2009). Use of audio podcast in K-12 and higher education: a review of research topics and methodologies. Association for Educational Communications and Technology, 333-358. doi: DOI 10.1007/s11423-008-9108-3 Subscribers are then able to view, listen to, and transfer the episodes to a variety of media players. + '''Podcasting''' refers to the creation and regular distribution of [[podcast]]s through the Internet. Podcasts, which can include [[Digital audio|audio]], [[video]], [[PDF]], and [[ePub]] files, can be subscribed to and [[download]]ed through [[web syndication]] or streamed online to a computer or mobile device.Hew, K. (2009). Use of audio podcast in K-12 and higher education: a review of research topics and methodologies. Association for Educational Communications and Technology, 333-358. {{DOI|10.1007/s11423-008-9108-3}} Subscribers are then able to view, listen to, and transfer the episodes to a variety of media players.       ==Public services==   ==Public services== Line 28: Line 28:       ===Podcasting in K-12 Education===   ===Podcasting in K-12 Education=== − [[K-12]] schools have also begun adopting podcasting as an instructional tool. Podcasts are used for many educational purposes and there are several advocates of podcasting who believe that it can offer unique educational benefits to learners.O’Bannon, B., Lubke, J., Beard, J., & Britt, V. (2011). Using podcasts to replace lecture: Effects on student achievement. Computers & Education, 1885-1892 The main advantage of podcasting is the simplicity that it offers to learners. Listeners are no longer constrained by time and space with regard to their learning. Podcasts give superior support to auditory learners who comprise 30% of all learners.O’Bannon, B., Lubke, J., Beard, J., & Britt, V. (2011). Using podcasts to replace lecture: Effects on student achievement. Computers & Education, 1885-1892 + [[K-12]] schools have also begun adopting podcasting as an instructional tool. Podcasts are used for many educational purposes and there are several advocates of podcasting who believe that it can offer unique educational benefits to learners.O'Bannon, B., Lubke, J., Beard, J., & Britt, V. (2011). Using podcasts to replace lecture: Effects on student achievement. Computers & Education, 1885-1892 The main advantage of podcasting is the simplicity that it offers to learners. Listeners are no longer constrained by time and space with regard to their learning. Podcasts give superior support to auditory learners who comprise 30% of all learners.O'Bannon, B., Lubke, J., Beard, J., & Britt, V. (2011). Using podcasts to replace lecture: Effects on student achievement. Computers & Education, 1885-1892 − Expensive equipment or sophisticated know-how is not needed to create a podcast. There are free programs that are easily accessible to all people to create podcasts. Podcasting affords [[iPods]] and other mobile audio players a double life: a usefulness for both entertainment[...]



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WP:CHECKWIKI error fix for #61. Punctuation goes before References. Do general fixes if a problem exists. - using AWB (11326) ← Previous revision Revision as of 05:18, 15 July 2015 Line 9: Line 9:       ==Public services==   ==Public services== − *Advocacy. The 5,500 [[Lockout (industry)|locked out]] staff (editors, journalists, technicians, hosts, etc.) of the [[Canadian Broadcasting Corporation]] were podcasting news and other programming during August and September 2005.{{cn|date=March 2015}} + *Advocacy. The 5,500 [[Lockout (industry)|locked out]] staff (editors, journalists, technicians, hosts, etc.) of the [[Canadian Broadcasting Corporation]] were podcasting news and other programming during August and September 2005.{{citation needed|date=March 2015}}     − *Law enforcement. The [[Chicago Police Department]] has a free video podcast of its half-hour weekly news magazine ''CrimeWatch,'' which airs on local TV. It documents community policing (CAPS) success stories.{{cn|date=March 2015}} + *Law enforcement. The [[Chicago Police Department]] has a free video podcast of its half-hour weekly news magazine ''CrimeWatch,'' which airs on local TV. It documents community policing (CAPS) success stories.{{citation needed|date=March 2015}}       *News outlets distribute supplemental audio or video via podcasts. For example, [[Wikinews]] began to podcast its News Briefs in 2005. Companies also use podcasts to distribute their multimedia news to journalists and consumers through companies like MultiVu. In 2006, the online magazine ''[[Slate (magazine)|Slate]]'' began ''textcasting'' articles to their readers, by attaching a written article to a blank audio file and delivering the content to readers through their regular podcasting mechanism.[http://www.slate.com/id/2136959/ "Textcasting," anyone?] at [[Slate (magazine)|Slate]]   *News outlets distribute supplemental audio or video via podcasts. For example, [[Wikinews]] began to podcast its News Briefs in 2005. Companies also use podcasts to distribute their multimedia news to journalists and consumers through companies like MultiVu. In 2006, the online magazine ''[[Slate (magazine)|Slate]]'' began ''textcasting'' articles to their readers, by attaching a written article to a blank audio file and delivering the content to readers through their regular podcasting mechanism.[http://www.slate.com/id/2136959/ "Textcasting," anyone?] at [[Slate (magazine)|Slate]] Line 17: Line 17:   * Public libraries can podcast local publications free of Copyright, offering spoken word alternatives to the visually impaired. Non-profit organizations podcast readings of short-format magazine articles for visually impaired readers.   * Public libraries can podcast local publications free of Copyright, offering spoken word alternatives to the visually impaired. Non-profit organizations podcast readings of short-format magazine articles for visually impaired readers.     − * Tours - educational Institutions use podcasts for self-guided [[Campus Tour]]s.{{which|date=March 2015}}{{cn|date=March 2015}} + * Tours - educational Institutions use podcasts for self-guided [[Campus Tour]]s.{{which|date=March 2015}}{{citation needed|date=March 2015}}     − *Tours - official cultural or historic audio tours of cities{{which|date=March 2015}}{{cn|date=March 2015}} + *Tours - official cultural or historic audio tours of cities{{which|date=March 2015}}{{citation needed|date=March 2015}}       *Tours - unofficial audio tour[...]