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1 Mimicking podcasting in Course Management Software (CMS) …IN PROGESS… Plamen Miltenoff, Associate Professor, SCSU Gary Schnellert, Associate Professor, UND

2 Plan Define Course Management Software General idea of communication tools in CMS General idea of blogs and podcasting Use of podcasting in CMS Discussion and questions

3 Course Management Software Blackboard and WebCT Largest player[s] on the market Desire to Learn (D2L) Moodle, e-College, Coursework, Angel Learning, etc. More on CMS at:

4 Communication Tools in CMS General idea of communication tools in CMS (Blackboard, D2L) Discussion list Chat News Pager

5 Blogs and Podcasting General idea of blogs and podcasting Blogs Definition from Wikipedia: A blog is a Web site for which an individual or a group generates text, photographs, video, audio files, and/or links, typically but not always on for which an individual or a group generates text, photographs, video, audio files, and/or links, typically but not always on a daily or otherwise regular basis.

6 Blogs… differences from… Difference from traditional sites: allows for easy creation of new pages, since new data is entered into a simple form allows for easy filtering of content for various presentation, like by date, category, author, or other attributes allows the administrator to invite and add other authors, whose permissions and access are easily managed

7 Blogs… differences from… Difference from forums and newsgroups: only one person or group can create new subjects for discussion on their blog A network of Blogs differ from forums or newsgroups in that only one person or group can create new subjects for discussion on their blog. A network of blogs can act similarly to a single forum in that each individual entity in the blog network creates subjects of their choosing for others to discuss these different subjects are presented in a thread-like format on a meta-forum with no one single poster having any greater control discuss; these different subjects are presented in a thread-like format on a meta-forum with no one single poster having any greater control over the content of the thread than any other

8 … and Podcasting General idea of blogs and podcasting Podcasting Definition from Wikipedia: Podcasting is a term used to describe a collection of technologies for automatically distributing audio and video programs over the Internet using a publisher/subscriber model.

9 Podcasting in CMS Computer to computer Computer to cell phone and back Computer to PDA (palmcasting) and back

10 Podcasting in CMS Computer to computer Using Blackboard CMS Listening Recording Using D2L CMS Listening Recording

11 Podcasting in CMS: computer to computer Wireless students Distributive learning students Hybrid classroom students

12 Discussion List Discussion List Student’s voice message Instructor’s voice message Podcasting in CMS: computer to computer Instructor’s voice message Student’s voice message CMS Closer look Student’s voice message

13 CMS Podcasting in CMS: threaded discussion in D2L Instructor’s voice message Student’s voice message Instructor’s thread starts Student’s response Instructor’s response New instructor’s thread

14 CMS Podcasting in CMS: threaded discussion in Blackboard Student’s voice message Instructor’s thread starts Student’s response Instructor’s response New instructor’s thread even Closer look

15 Podcasting in CMS: threaded discussion… Handout on podcasting in D2L Available at: /cms_podcast/handout_d2l.html /cms_podcast/handout_d2l.html Handout on podcasting in Blackboard Available at: /cms_podcast/handout.html /cms_podcast/handout.html Close r look

16 Podcasting in CMS Computer to cell phone and PDA Using Blackboard CMS Listening Recording Using D2L CMS Listening Recording

17 Podcasting in CMS: Computer to cell phone Student’s voice message Instructor’s voice message Student’s voice message CMS

18 Discussion Issues Why in CMS Same interface Password protected Why not independent For advanced users Questions Evaluation at:


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