Sunday, August 27, 2006

ASU downtown to test classroom podcasting

"By the end of September, classrooms at ASU’s downtown Phoenix campus will be equipped to convert every lecture into a podcast, an electronic file that can be listened to or watched on digital audio players or computers."

Friday, August 25, 2006

mobipod: podcasts on your mobile

Launched as a trial service in the UK, mobipod is designed to feed podcasts to mobile phones.

StudyAbroad LIVE!

"BlogAbroad.com chronicles the adventures of four students as they study abroad in different countries. You can interact with the students and give them advice or learn from their journeys."

National Geographic Offers Free Podcast Fun

"The more than seven-minute bit is one of 10 free audio and video podcasts National Geographic began offering earlier this month and can be accessed at nationalgeographic.com/podcasts."

Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Christian Podcasting on the Web

"Christian podcasting, one of the fastest growing genre's of podcasting, is being tapped into by the Christian.com and the Christian Web Network."

Midstate colleges integrate iPods in the classroom

"But by the time the semester ended, she had composed a documentary, complete with pictures, music and voice-over, about Alexander the Great using the tools she once was clueless about."

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Jazz it up, Singapore

"Fancy watching a vodcast by the National Environment Agency on dengue prevention, instead of reading newsletters? Or going through a Minister's blog to find out first-hand why a certain policy change was made?"

Singapore: Govt will podcast too but politics to be kept serious

"The Government will ride the digital wave sweeping across society by adapting and using the new media to get its message across."

ABC puts vodcasting to the test

"ABC TELEVISION is allowing viewers to download programs to computers and mobile phones for the first time as part of an online video on demand trial."

Wednesday, August 16, 2006

New International Business PodCast Debuts

"The International Business Report (IBR) is a unique weekly PodCast edited with the goal of providing listeners with easy access to timely news and "mover and shaker" interviews to keep them "up to speed" on global business trends and developments around the world."

Tourism Tasmanian to embrace podcast

"Podcasting enables website visitors an ‘audio experience’ including information about the state’s cultural attractions, and makes the information more accessible for tourists from the comfort of their own home."

New York City Transit Launches Podcasts

"But since the podcast began on June 12, more than 1,600 people have programmed their iPods or other MP3 digital music players to tune in. They listened 2,576 times last week to TransitTrax audio features, transit officials said."

Poetry world changed forever!

"Up until now podcasting has been a geeky affair but now the artists at conceptTshirts.com have changed the worlds of poetry and podcasting by broadcasting poetry around the world."

Friday, August 11, 2006

Podcast lectures a hit with conscientious university students

"Podcasting has emerged as the latest innovation in university classroom teaching."

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Podcasting at Colgate

"Welcome to Colgate Conversations, a series of podcasts that involves faculty, alumni, administrators, and students talking about research projects, higher education issues, careers, and life on campus."

Thursday, August 03, 2006

Stories of area's black community to be put online

"University of West Florida public history students are using technology to preserve the rich social and cultural history of Pensacola's black community."

Podcasting Taking a Hold in Canada

"...survey findings indicate podcast listeners in Canada are almost evenly split between men and women, 59 per cent of podcast listeners are between 25-44 years old, and the baby boomer generation is embracing podcasting at almost double the rate than those under 24."

Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Marist College Named a Technology Innovator by Tech Magazine

"Marist achieved this national distinction in the area of podcasting. Magazine editors noted that Marist stood out from other institutions because Marist is the only college or university to have student-driven course content."