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Online digital media delivery by RSS feed (“a magazine delivered by the regular mail via the mailman” Broadcasting online Online magazine subscription “P”ortable “O”n “D”emand Broad”casting”
Any content lesson (Ex. Language Lesson to teach French) How-to-instructions Self-guided tours Storytelling Accessibility for students whose reading skills are limited Your own radio show Relay important messages to students
iPod Cell Phones MP3 Players Xbox and other gamers TiVo Computer
A recording device Software to create an MP3 audio or video file (ex. http://audacity.sourceforge.net, Free) Access to the internet An application that lets you listen to the podcast, such as iTunes, Juice, feedburner also called podcatchers
FREE audio playing software such as Audacity.com FREE RSS feed such as feedburner.com $-iPod with a Griffin iTalk or any digital recorder $$-Office Studio with higher-end microphone and computer software $$$- Professional recording studio
5 minutes if you are good with technology and your content is minimal Student projects usually take 3-4 weeks to produce Teachers should possess intermediate computer skills and know the technical aspects of the production process before trying to teach the skills to students
ADVANTAGESDISADVANTAGES Listen to exactly what, when, and where you want Another education tool Family members can stay up to date on classrooms Study support-repeated listening and review 24/7 Education Students learn technical skills Saves time accessing information Improves public speaking skills Audio quality No 2-way interaction or audience participation No access to hardware Some initial training is needed Lost in a “sea of information”
Audio podcasts Enhanced podcasts: May include chapter marks, images, and hyperlinks to websites Video podcasts (also called vodcast)
1. Choose a topic and create the script 2. Create and edit an audio or video recording (using software such as http://audacity.sourceforge.net ) and save as an MP3 filehttp://audacity.sourceforge.net 3. Create or update your RSS data feed that contains information about your podcast to your hosting provider 4. Save and upload the feed and audio file to your server 5. Produce and Publish using podcatchers such as iTunes, Juice, www.Podbean.com, or radioDopplerwww.Podbean.com 6. Download and listen anywhere
Really Simple Syndication = Shared Content A quick and easy way to create and use “syndicated content” “pull” and “push” information Ex. Of free software = Cooktop – the free software for windows www.feedforall.com RSS feed creation tool www.feedforall.com
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About.com http://radio.about.com/od/podcastin1http://radio.about.com/od/podcastin1 Podcasting Tutorial http://feedforall.com/podcasting- tutorial.htm ICT in Education http://www.1tscotland.org.uk/ictineducation/sitegenera l http://www.1tscotland.org.uk/ictineducation/sitegenera l Podcasting in the classroom. http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~nshelley http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~nshelley Podcast for educators, schools and colleges http://recap.ltd.uk/podcasting/info/podcasting.html http://recap.ltd.uk/podcasting/info/podcasting.html
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