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Best Practices for the Instructional Application of Podcasting in Higher Education

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In this session designed specifically for college educators, vendors serving higher education institutions, administrators, instructional technology specialists and distance technology specialists a panel of experts from around the country will discuss best practices for utilizing podcasting technology. Topics covered will include using podcasts as part of in-class instruction, using podcasts as homework and out-of-classroom instruction, and the challenges teachers face in using podcasts as an instructional tool. The panel will also discuss how educators can make the best use of the unique properties of podcasting and how to get college administrators and when collaborating with local schools, principals and district officials on board with the program. Finally, you’ll learn interesting ways to motivate student-generated podcasts and how to gauge the success of the overall program. This will be an interactive session. Periodically we will pause to discuss points and will be open to questions throughout. This panel will have a heavy emphasis on what we can provide to the participants so be ready to ask questions! Instructors: Dr. Kathleen King, Mark Gura and Vivian Vasquez of American University, Dan Bach of Diablo Valley College and Charles Cadenhead of Brookhaven College

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