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Coursecasting with iTunes University. Presented @: 9th Annual Brick and Click Libraries November 6, 2009 Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, Missouri. Plamen Miltenoff , Ph.D., MLIS Pamela Salela , MLIS Gary Schnellert , Ph.D.

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Coursecasting with itunes university

Coursecasting with iTunes University

Presented @:

9th Annual Brick and Click LibrariesNovember 6, 2009 Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, Missouri

PlamenMiltenoff, Ph.D., MLIS

Pamela Salela, MLIS

Gary Schnellert, Ph.D.

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Presentation plan and objectives of research
Presentation Plan and Objectives of Research:

  • Plan

    • Literature review

    • Short intro to the three campuses

    • Methods, Instrument, Findings

    • Discussion

  • Objectives of Research

    • compare iTunes University services at the three institutions to delineate similarities and differences and to pinpoint advantages and disadvantages of using such podcasting service as a teaching tool for information literacy and other forms of instruction.

Literature review
Literature Review

  • Pedagogues start looking into podcasts’ educational value and implications as soon as in 2005

  • Web 2.0 and the iPod-like revolution

  • Better understanding of podcasting application and its application in good practices in higher education

  • Empirical research on the usefulness of podcasting in higher education was initiated abroad and in the United States

  • Dubbed “podagogy” and the impact of podcasting as a learning technology

Intro to campuses
Intro to campuses:

  • St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN (SCSU)

    • iTunes University Initiative

  • University of Illinois at Springfield, Springfield, IL (UIS)

    • iTunes University Initiative

  • University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND (UND)

    • iTunes University Initiative

Methods instrument findings

Methods, Instrument, Findings:

  • Methods

  • Survey show & tell

  • Demographics of each institution

  • Qualitative overview (Pamela)

  • Quantitative overview

  • Instrument


  • Findings / Outcomes


  • Faculty who categorized themselves as distance education teachers had more use of podcasts than the students in the same category.

  • Faculty and students within their first six years at an institution were the most active in using podcasts.

  • Most respondents completing the survey foresaw podcasting becoming a clear leader in distance education and in other educational applications.

  • Although podcasting is a simplified recording and playback device it doesn’t have high recognition or use from mainstream educators.

Discussion q s and a s
Discussion: Q/s and A/s

  • Plamen Miltenoff, Ph.D., [email protected]:// 308 3072Facebook: Plamen MiltenoffTwitter: aidedza / SCSUIM646

  • Pamela Salela, MLIS

  • Gary Schnellert, Ph.D.