Thursday, September 27, 2007

Podcasting provides new way to learn

"Equipped with a lapel microphone, which the professor attaches to the iPod, and access to the Internet, the ability to podcast classes has become as easy as checking e-mail."

The Medical University of South Carolina Announces Health Podcasts

"The podcasts cover a wide range of medical topics and are hosted by MUSC medical professionals, including physicians and staff, as well as interviews with patients."

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

An introduction to podcasts in medicine

"The rise in popularity of audiovisual media will likely continue as society moves to using more audio and video, and physicians strive to keep current in an era of evidence-based practice."

Thursday, September 20, 2007

U Washington Deploys IP-Based 'Coursecasting'

"Since October 2005, students have been able to access recordings via the Internet, and the university has logged about 110,000 lecture downloads through March 2007."

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Japanese awareness of podcasting low

"...To find out if that is the case or not, japan.internet.com reported on a survey conducted by JR Tokai Express Research Inc on the topic of podcasting."

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Podcast options aplenty for poetry

"Not surprisingly, poets who identify as spoken word, slam, or performance poets are a significant presence in poetry podcasting."

Drexel Hosts 'PodCamp Philly' on New Media Apps

"Drexel chemistry professor Jean-Claude Bradley, who hosts chemistry podcasts and blogs for his students, led a session on using the virtual world Second Life in higher education."

Wednesday, September 05, 2007

SMA to provide new media training to Northlight School students

"Besides learning the basics such as creating a podcast or vodcast, students will also pick up scriptwriting skills and get pronunciation tips."