Presentation on theme: "Podcasting for Nurse Educators Part I April 5, 2008 Nursing 641 Terri L. Calderone."— Presentation transcript:
Podcasting for Nurse Educators Part I April 5, 2008 Nursing 641 Terri L. Calderone
Introduction Podcasts are: recorded audio messages and teaching points saved electronically to enhance the learning experience created through software and recording devices and posted to a website.
Overview Students can: listen to topics from a personal computer (pc) or laptop download them to an mp3 player, such as, an iPod burn them to a cd for listening on a cd player.
Application for Nurse Educators transfer of knowledge leverage popularity of mp3 players desirable learning method cutting edge communication convenient and portable vehicle for casting deliverable media outside the classroom.
Benefit to Student Learning portable access readily available an on- demand format complements written text assists visual and auditory learners listen more than once
Benefit to Nurse Educators supports English as a second language and foreign language students provides review of classroom sessions explains complex concepts means to review content more effectively
Use Podcasts Wisely Align with instructional goals and objectives Provide value- added learning Careful and thoughtful planning
Where to Start Brainstorm Write down your ideas Focus on a main theme Consider Your Audience Create an Outline
Summary Recorded audio messages or topics Usd on-line to enhance the learning experience Created through software and recording devices and posted to a website Students can listen to topics directly from their personal computer (pc) or laptop Podcasts can be downloaded to an mp3 player, such as, an iPod Podcasts can be burned onto a cd for listening on any supporting cd player.
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