Episode 2: Podcast Types to Consider
In this episode, I will discuss the three types of podcasts that can be integrated into the writing classroom: teacher-produced podcasts, student-produced podcasts, and externally-produced podcasts. Without further ado, let us begin Episode 2: “Podcast Types to Consider.”
- Podcast File (.MP3 length 17:04 minutes. This is saved as a rich .MP3 with album art and lyrics. Please download and listen to with an .MP3 program, like iTunes, for the fullest experience.
- Transcript (.pdf)
Student Podcast Clips
These clips are listed in order (transcripts are unavailable for student clips).
- Judge, Ashley. (2008). Rhetorina episode two: Ethos. Rhetorina, for ENGL 4320:005:FA08, posted 11/30/08 on iTunes University.
- Jones, Brett. (2008). A Progymnasmodcast, for ENGL 4320:005:FA08, posted 12/1/08 on iTunes University.
- Johnson, Angela. (2008). The arguments used in the last two stays of execution in the Troy Davis case, for ENGL 4320:005:FA08, posted 12/30/08 on iTunes University.
- Lopez, Frank. (2010). Pilon episode1 part 1, for DIGITAL RHETORIC - 005 - Student Work, posted 3/26/10 on iTunes University.
- Wolfram. Laurissa. (2010). Top 10 traveling tips and tricks, for DIGITAL RHETORIC - 005 - Student Work, posted 3/26/10 on iTunes University.
Links in the Transcript
- Screen Space, my blog and podcast about users, texts, and technology: http://www.screenspace.org.
- Audacity: free sound editing software: http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
- Grammar Girl podcast: http://grammar.quickanddirtytips.com/
- Say it Plain: Great African American Oratory podcast: http://soundlearning.publicradio.org/subjects/history_civics/say_it_plain/
- Great Speeches in History Podcast: http://www.learnoutloud.com/Catalog/History/Speeches/Great-Speeches-in-History-Podcast/21306
- The Speeches of President John F. Kennedy podcast: http://jfkspeeches.podomatic.com/
- Evans, Chris. (2008). The effectiveness of m-learning in the form of podcast revision lectures in higher education. Computers & Education, 50(2), 491–498.
- Huntsberger, Michael, & Stavitsky, Alan. (2007, winter). The new "podagogy": Incorporating podcasting into journalism education. Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, 61(4), 397–410.
- Krause, Steven D. (2006, fall). Broadcast composition: Using audio files and podcasts in an online writing course. Computers and Composition Online. Retrieved from http://www.bgsu.edu/cconline/krause1/
- McKinney, Dani, Dyck, Jennifer L., & Luber, Elise S. (2009). iTunes university and the classroom: Can podcasts replace professors? Computers & Education, 52, 617–623.
- Tynan, Belinda, & Colbran, Stephen. (2006). Podcasting, student learning and expectations. In Proceedings of the 23rd annual ascilite conference: Who's learning? Whose technology?, Sydney, Australia, 825–832.
- Walch, Rob, & Lafferty, Mur. (2006). Tricks of the podcasting masters. Toronto: Que.