Presentation on theme: "Podcasting June 2006. What is the big deal? Apple Ipods has captured 78% of the mp3 market. (2005) 73% students rated ipod as #1 “in” thing, overtaking."— Presentation transcript:
What is the big deal? Apple Ipods has captured 78% of the mp3 market. (2005) 73% students rated ipod as #1 “in” thing, overtaking beer drinking. (Jun 2006) 840,000 U.S. podcast audience last year, predicted 56 million by 2010. FeedBurner manage 54,000 podcasts, 3 million subscribers and Podcast circulation is growing 20% per month.FeedBurner
Webcast = Podcast? Audio on the web does not = Podcasting Video on the web does not = Vodcasting A podcast is a web feed of audio or video files placed on the Internet for anyone to subscribe to, and also the content of that feed. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Podcasting
How can I subscribe to a podcast? Find a “podcatcher” (podcasting software) –http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/ –http://podcasts.yahoo.com/http://podcasts.yahoo.com/ –http://www.blinkx.com/http://www.blinkx.com/ –juicereceiver.sourceforge.net/juicereceiver.sourceforge.net/ –www.ipodder.org/www.ipodder.org/ –www.feedburner.comwww.feedburner.com Add the RSS URL to the podcatcher. Subscribe through iTunes. Listen to the podcasts.
Using iTunes Download and install iTunes. http://www.apple.com/ itunes/download/ (free) http://www.apple.com/ itunes/download/ Launch iTunes from your computer
What is iPodable? Audio recording of text books, Recording of Lectures. Language or Music courses Speeches, Talks Digital Audio Books Distance Learning Oral or video interviews – archiving Storage – slides, photos
iPod Faculty? Duke’s experiment –US$500,000 project –CIT coordinates iPod courses –Recruited faculty into the project iPod faculty: Lecturers, Professors, Fellows from various faculties Brandeis’ iPod pilot –http://lts.brandeis.edu/teachlearn/ipod/about.html
iTuning Apple has accepted 24 universities for the program.. including Case Western Reserve University (in process) iTunes@Case
iTuned Universities Stanford on iTunes –itunes.stanford.edu U of Michigan School of Dentistry –www.dent.umich.edu/itunes/ U of Missouri School of Journalism –jour2005.missouri.edu/ U of Wisconsin at Madison - engage.doit.wisc.edu/podcasting/index.html Brown Duke –cit.duke.edu/about/ipod_project.do –www.duke.edu/ddi/ UC Berkeley –http://itunes.berkeley.edu/http://itunes.berkeley.edu/ Ohio U (beta) Ohlone College (accepted May 2006)
Free iPods Duke (1600 freshmen 2004 received free ipods preloaded with orientation resources) –http://www.duke.edu/search/?q=ipod Drexel U (33 * School of Education freshmen received free iPods.) –Chemistry lectures as podcasts –Podpage http://www.drexel.edu/academics/soe/student/podpag e.html
Outside of iTunes University of Nebraska-Lincoln"sound-seeing" tour of campus buildings. University of Iowa: a video that teaches how to insert a tube into the trachea to aid breathing. Georgia College and State University: Students on study abroad program can download language, culture materials related to their host countries.
Outside of iTunes UC-Berkeley is delivering podcasts and webcasts of several of their courses.podcasts and webcasts Purdue’s BoilerCasts, listing course numbers.BoilerCasts MIT online course contents using OpenCourseWare. OpenCourseWare
Integrating WebCT with vodcasting and podcasting
Interesting links, reports etc Podcasting & Vodcasting A White Paper. March 2005. University of Missouri.A White Paper Academic iPod Projects Fall 2004 – Spring 2005. Duke University iPod First Year. Experience Final Evaluation Report. June 2005.Report Podcasting at UW: An Evaluation of Current Use. Jan 2006.Evaluation Podcasting in Education. Spring 2006 Workshop Handout. Seattle Community Colleges.Podcasting in Education Podcasting Legal Guide. Creative CommonsPodcasting Legal Guide. www.podcastingnews.com