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Promoting Podcasting at the University of Hertfordshire A Blended Learning Unit Staff Development Workshop Alan Hilliard – A.P.Hilliard@herts.ac.uk.

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Promoting Podcasting at the University of HertfordshireA Blended Learning Unit Staff Development WorkshopAlan Hilliard – A.P.Hilliard@herts.ac.uk

Aim: Through dialogue, discussion and practical activities, this 2 hour workshop aims to provide a hands-on experience for participants to make and upload podcasts to StudyNet. Discussions of the benefits and challenges of podcasts and the variety of ways in which podcasts can be used to support learning and teaching will be included, illustrated by a number of examples and case studies drawn from different disciplines.

Structure of the Workshop

Explanation of definitions and terminology, history and development, pedagogical applications for teaching and learning

Practical Hands-on-activity.

Experiential learning in the psychomotor domain.

Constructivist learning through active discussion and collaboration.

Facilitated Discussion.

Construction of knowledge and comprehension through shared dialogue and ideas.

Participant comment:

“The practical hands-on activity is helpful”

Practical Hands-on-activity.

Experiential learning in the psychomotor domain.

Participants comments:

“Thought Provoking”.

“Provided some good new thinking”.

Explanation of how subscribing works to enable syncing of MP3 players.

Fostering creativity by sharing case-studies and examples

Provide participants with the equipment to actively explore and experiment with podcasts

Participants comments:

“Fresh ideas on uses”.

“Good ideas provided”.

“Conversations generated some very practical ideas for using podcasts”.

Participants comments:

“Fantastic intro to podcasting”.

“Useful and informative. Excellent overall. Good length. Good information and delivery”.

Evaluation: The workshop was evaluated by use of a brief questionnaire.

Likertscales were used to indicate how useful participants rated individual sections of the workshop.

Content, Context andDiscussing the benefits andUploading a PodcastCase Studies

Current Thinking challenges of Podcasting