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Loopy30: /* Podcasts in higher education */ typo

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‎Podcasts in higher education: typo ← Previous revision Revision as of 03:20, 26 May 2017 Line 82: Line 82:   *'''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 = }} + * '''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 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== [...]



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Undid revision 782314027 by Loopy30 (talk)fix ref ← Previous revision Revision as of 03:18, 26 May 2017 Line 82: Line 82:   *'''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 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 = }} + * '''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== [...]



Loopy30: /* Podcasts in higher education */ typo

Fri, 26 May 2017 03:16:07 GMT

‎Podcasts in higher education: typo ← Previous revision Revision as of 03:16, 26 May 2017 Line 82: Line 82:   *'''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 = }} + * '''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 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== [...]



Danclasswithac: /* Podcasts in higher education */

Thu, 25 May 2017 18:49:25 GMT

‎Podcasts in higher education ← Previous revision Revision as of 18:49, 25 May 2017 Line 72: Line 72:       ===Podcasts in higher education===   ===Podcasts in higher education=== − *'''Mobile Learning''': Podcasting can be categorized 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 Mr. Lance Anderson (Verge of the Fringe), 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 categorized 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 Mr. Lance Anderson (Verge of the Fringe), 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 Radio 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 [...]



Danclasswithac: /* Podcasts in higher education */

Wed, 17 May 2017 13:47:14 GMT

‎Podcasts in higher education ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:47, 17 May 2017 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|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 Mr. Lance Anderson (Verge of the Fringe), 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 categorized 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 Mr. Lance Anderson (Verge of the Fringe), 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[...]



Danclasswithac: /* Podcasts in higher education */

Wed, 17 May 2017 13:38:24 GMT

‎Podcasts in higher education ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:38, 17 May 2017 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|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 Mr. 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 Mr. Lance Anderson (Verge of the Fringe), 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 m[...]



Danclasswithac: /* Podcasts in higher education */

Wed, 17 May 2017 13:36:55 GMT

‎Podcasts in higher education ← Previous revision Revision as of 13:36, 17 May 2017 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|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 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 Mr. 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 [...]



Bender the Bot: /* Public services */HTTP→HTTPS for The New York Times. using AWB

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‎Public services: HTTP→HTTPS for The New York Times. using AWB ← Previous revision Revision as of 11:37, 20 February 2017 Line 15: Line 15:   * 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=rssuserland&emc=rss With Irreverence and an iPod, Recreating the Museum Tour]." In ''[[The New York Times]]'', 2005-05-28. + *Tours - unofficial audio tours of museumsKennedy, Randy. 2005. "[https://www.nytimes.com/2005/05/28/arts/design/28podc.html?ex=1274932800&en=db1ced6873dcc4b6&ei=5090&partner=rssuserland&emc=rss With Irreverence and an iPod, Recreating the Museum Tour]." In ''[[The New York Times]]'', 2005-05-28.   *Youth media. Podcasting has become a way for youth media organizations, such as [[Youth Radio]], to bring youth perspectives to a wider audience.   *Youth media. Podcasting has become a way for youth media organizations, such as [[Youth Radio]], to bring youth perspectives to a wider audience.     [...]



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==See also==
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* [[Narrowcasting]]
 
* [[Peercasting]]
 
* [[Peercasting]]



Bender the Bot: /* Entertainment */clean up; http→https for The Guardian using AWB

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‎Entertainment: clean up; http→https for The Guardian using AWB ← Previous revision Revision as of 04:00, 18 December 2016 Line 92: Line 92:   *Reintroducing Classical Children's Literature. Podcasts such as [[Albert Lea Public Library]]'s Classics On-the-Go program bring classical (noncopyrighted) children's literature back to life for everyone to share.   *Reintroducing Classical Children's Literature. Podcasts such as [[Albert Lea Public Library]]'s Classics On-the-Go program bring classical (noncopyrighted) children's literature back to life for everyone to share.   *Fiction. Podcasts like [[Escape Pod (podcast)|Escape Pod]] are used to distribute short stories in [[audiobook]] format. Other podcasts distribute stories in the format of [[radio drama]].{{cite news|   *Fiction. Podcasts like [[Escape Pod (podcast)|Escape Pod]] are used to distribute short stories in [[audiobook]] format. Other podcasts distribute stories in the format of [[radio drama]].{{cite news| − url=http://www.guardian.co.uk/stage/theatreblog/2007/apr/24/thepodcaststhethingtorevi| + url=https://www.theguardian.com/stage/theatreblog/2007/apr/24/thepodcaststhethingtorevi|   title=The podcast's the thing to revive radio drama|   title=The podcast's the thing to revive radio drama|   publisher=[[The Guardian]]|   publisher=[[The Guardian]]| [...]