Podcasting in higher education: What are the implications for teaching and learning?
Internet and Higher Education Volume 12, Number 2, ISSN 1096-7516 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
A podcast is any digital media file, or series of files, distributed over the Internet for playback on portable media players and personal computers. This study explored the attitudes, perceptions, and use of podcasting as reported by instructors and students at a large American Midwestern university. The results of two online surveys were examined, focusing specifically on items related to teaching and learning. Findings suggest that students use podcast materials largely for reviewing concepts and issues raised in lectures that they have previously attended. While instructors and students agree that podcasts help students learn, students are less sure about whether podcasts improve instructors' teaching. The authors argue that podcasts can help instructors change face-to-face instruction from traditional didactic lectures to more constructivist learning practices.
Lonn, S. & Teasley, S.D. (2009). Podcasting in higher education: What are the implications for teaching and learning?. Internet and Higher Education, 12(2), 88-92. Elsevier Ltd.
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