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  1. Benefits of Podcasting in the classroom by Patrick Moseley

  2. What is podcasting? • Combination of iPod and broadcasting. • MP3 or other internet accessible audio file.

  3. Convenience • Feedback • Receive lectures

  4. Student Improvement • Vocabulary • Writing • Editing • Public Speaking • Presentation Skills

  5. Technology needed • Computer with microphone and internet access • Cell phone • MP3 player • iPod

  6. Creating Podcasts • Educator • Learner

  7. Podcast Audience • Educators • Learners

  8. Conclusion • Successes

  9. References Borja, Rhea R. (2005, December 7). Podcasting craze comes to K-12 schools. Retrieved July 6, 2010 from www.encorewiki.org/download/attachments/37758/k-12+podcasting.pdf Campbell, Gardner. (2005).  Something in the air:  podcasting in education.  Educause Review, November/December 2005, p32-46.  Cooper, Steve.  (2008).  Delivering student feedback in higher education:  the role of podcasting.  Journal of Music, Technology & Education, Vol. 1 Issue 2/3, p153-162.  Dale, Crispin & Pymm, John M. (2009, March).  Podagogy:  The iPod as a learning technology.  Active Learning in Higher Education, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p84-96. Eli discovery tool: Guide to podcasting. (2010). Retrieved July 6, 2010 from http://www.educause.edu/GuideToPodcasting Gribbins, Michele. (2007, May 19). The perceived usefulness of podcasting in higher education: A survey of students’ attitudes and intention to use. Retrieved July 6, 2010 from https://edocs.uis.edu/mgribbin/www/MWAIS2007paper.pdf Guertin, Laura A., Bodek, Matthew J., Zappe, Sarah E., & Kim, Heeyoung. (2006, November 26). Questioning the student use of and desire for lecture podcasts. Retried July 6, 2010 from http://jolt.merlot.org/vol3no2/guertin.htm Huann,, TannHuann & Thong, MongKok. (2006). Audioblogging and podcasting in education. Retrieved July 6, 2010 from http://iresearch.edumall.sg/iresearch/slot/u110/litreviews/audioblogg_podcast.pdf Maag, Margaret M.  (2006).  iPod, uPod?  An emerging mobile learning tool in nursing education and students’ satisfaction.  Proceedings of the 23rd annual ascilite conference:  Who’s learning?  Whose technology?, p483-492. Wayne, G. (2010). Are you wired?. Leadership, 39(3), 16-18. Retrieved from Academic Search Complete database.   Reynard, Ruth. (2008, July 18). Podcasting in Instruction: moving beyond the obvious. Retrieved July 6, 2010 from http://thejournal.com/articles/2008/06/18/podcasting-in-instruction-moving-beyond-the-obvious.aspx?sc_lang=en Riddle, J. (2010). Podcasting in the Classroom: A Sound Success. MultiMedia & Internet@Schools, 17(1), 23-26. Retrieved from Academic Search Complete database.