Podcasting in Learning. M. Ann Bock, PhD, RD, LD Professor. So What’s a Podcast?.
Podcasting in Learning
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To put it simply, a Podcast is an audio file, a MP3, most likely, in talk show format, along with a way to subscribe to the show and have it automatically delivered to your iPod when you plug in to iTunes. The show isn’t live, so you can listen to it whenever you want.
Record podcast using software that allows audio capture & saving as MP3 file
Record material in segments (20 min max per podcast) – Chunk material
Use your lecture notes or write a script – Remember you must make the material clear; need to be very descriptive – Have the handouts you have given the students and describe what you see on the handout verbally.