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By: Podcasting in Ireland » For Iain MacLaren

Fri, 10 Nov 2006 12:41:32 +0000

[...] 05:15 You might find Duke when searching for podcasting in education. Google might not return results for podcasts in education in Ireland. People like Mike Brady in Trinity, the University College Cork Interactive team and Brian Mulligan in IT Sligo are doing academic podcasts in Ireland, sometimes with no post-production assistance. [...]

By: Damien Mulley » Blog Archive » UCC gives blogs to all students

Fri, 16 Jun 2006 11:17:17 +0000

[...] University College Cork (University of the year again) has a strong tradition of web innovation. It was the first Irish College to have a website, which was also 9th in the world and also as I mentioned before UCC Interactive TV has audio and video podcasts of lectures and special events. [...]

By: Kris

Fri, 09 Jun 2006 16:02:34 +0000

In answer to Steve - A blog function has just been added to the student email function You can start your own by logging into you student email account at and clicking blogs **simple**

By: Education 2.0 Social Education» James Galvin

Fri, 26 May 2006 23:36:42 +0000

[...] I’m delighted to see this kind of progress being made. James Bowen’s lecture podcasts in UCC were discussed Damien Mulley’s blog last month, and some people such as Adrian Weckler believed that it would lead to a reduced attendance at lectures, and thus more people failing in exams. Having experienced first-hand the benefits of Bowen’s podcasts and well-organised and readily available notes, I have to disagree fully with Adrian’s view. There are two types of students - those who attend lectures, and those who don’t. Those dilligent individuals who attend their Friday morning web programming classes will surely not change their colours simply because there is a file they can download online. [...]

By: James

Wed, 19 Apr 2006 17:15:08 +0000

Good point... next year James Bowen could just play tapes of his podcast instead of lecturing :)

By: Jason Roe

Wed, 19 Apr 2006 09:33:22 +0000

This seems to be a good initiative, I would say a lot of the material is reusable. After the first year most of the work is already done for the lectures.

By: Steven

Fri, 14 Apr 2006 19:49:17 +0000

Anyone interested in starting a UCC Blog site on experiences in UCC? Sort of what it is like as a student or a lecturer etc. Anyone interested email or I can meet on Tuesday morning (only) in UCC.

By: James

Fri, 14 Apr 2006 14:25:30 +0000

Well I don't think I'm breaking any confidentiality by saying that if you click on the 'teaching' link on that page, his course material is publicly available and the podcast address is in there. Nothing much of interest to anyone who isn't doing the course, since his hour long lectures could be summed up in 10mins by

By: Bernie Goldbach

Fri, 14 Apr 2006 06:39:38 +0000

It's important to offer a revision lifeline when dealing with challenging academic topics and really good to hear what James Bowen is doing. I wonder if the files are accessible outside of UCC's network. All my links to his courses from don't point to podcasts harvested by external crawlers.

By: James

Fri, 14 Apr 2006 00:01:09 +0000

I'm in James Bowen's web programming class - I can confirm that since early 2006 he provides podcasts of the regular lectures now and not just special lectures. It is very good, especially when you consider that some lecturers don't even bother to put the lecture notes online.