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Podcast for Professorshowilearnedenglish

Fri, 16 Jun 2006 17:46:24 +0000

The Regional Educational Technology Center at Fordham University produces a podcast cohosted by Kathy King, Barbara Heuer, and Mark Gura called Podcast for Professors. The podcast “brings information from instructional technology to distance education, from podcasting and vlogging to mobile learning, and from classrooms to research! …The series hosts provide tips, news, interviews, and resources […]

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Podcasting & vodcasting in Higher Edhowilearnedenglish

Fri, 16 Jun 2006 17:43:37 +0000

A November 2005 blog post by Denis Saulnier of Harvard Business School briefly describes the podcasting initiatives at: Duke University Stanford University Brown University University of Michigan Dental School University of Washington Princeton University Indiana University

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Podcasting at the University of Wisconsin-Madisonhowilearnedenglish

Fri, 16 Jun 2006 17:40:51 +0000

A site designed for faculty with information about podcasting: what it is how to use it in teaching and learning samples of effective uses in education how to create and deliver podcasts

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Classroom Audio Podcastinghowilearnedenglish

Fri, 16 Jun 2006 17:40:21 +0000

An article written by Wesley A. Fryer highlights the benefits of podcasting (in K-12): Podcasting is cheap Podcasting invites a global audience Audio podcasting encourages no-frills communication Podcasting is digital storytelling Podcasting provides a window into the classroom Podcasting involves few privacy concerns Podcasting can educate about copyright Podcasting can be interactive Podcasting can be […]

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Podcast Academyhowilearnedenglish

Fri, 16 Jun 2006 17:39:33 +0000

Boston University hosted a Podcast Academy on April 28 and 29. Archives of the event (handouts and recordings of presentations) are accessible at

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Rewind/Flash-Forward Podcasts from Purduehowilearnedenglish

Fri, 16 Jun 2006 17:38:15 +0000

The Department of Biological Sciences at Purdue University produces a podcast called “Rewind/Flash-Forward Podcasts” as part of the materials for the first-year biology core lab modules. The 5-10 minute episodes are reviews and previews of upcoming labs for 1st-year students. They are intended to help students make the connections between what they will cover and […]

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Harvard Business School’s IdeaCasthowilearnedenglish

Fri, 16 Jun 2006 17:37:15 +0000

Harvard Business School Publishing started doing bi-weekly podcasts of approximately twenty minutes called IdeaCast. Each episode covers two or three topics in the form of interviews or news briefs. Recent episodes featured the following topics: Marketing to Avatars How to Live in to Your New Promotion How to Manage the Alpha Male Harnessing the Strategic […]

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CETL Podnovations at Georgia College & State Universityhowilearnedenglish

Wed, 14 Jun 2006 21:06:35 +0000

The GC&SU Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning is offering a series of podcasts on different issues of interest to faculty in higher education called Podnovations. The episodes are generally less than 10 minutes and include faculty members sharing ideas of what they do in their classes. Some interesting podcasts offered are: Teaching with […]

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EDUCAUSE Pocket Editionhowilearnedenglish

Sun, 11 Jun 2006 03:40:21 +0000

EDUCAUSE Pocket Edition is an "audio series that introduces popular technologies to non-technologists in higher education." The episodes so far are: Wikipedia Clickers Podcasting in the Classroom It's Pod Mania! Invasion of the iPods  Subscribe by entering into podcatcher:

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iPods for medical diagnosishowilearnedenglish

Wed, 07 Jun 2006 02:53:45 +0000

I was flipping channels tonight when I came across this scene. A doctor is listening to Andrea Bocelli on his iPod with his eyes closed. The iPod is plugged into speakers and the sound is concert-hall quality. It turns out that he is in a locker-room. Three med students walk in. The doctor makes them […]

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