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October 13th, Thames Valley University


The latest PPP (Podcasting for Pedagogic Purposes) event was held

at the Ealing Campus of Thames Valley University on Monday,13th October 2008. 


This event was full,  and the format of the day followed the previous successful formats and included:



10-11 Expert presenter - Derek France, University of Chester:

Using podcasting to enhance student feedback and learning


11-12 101 Ideas for Podcasting - the book - phase 2

At the last SIG meeting those who attended generated 170 ideas for how educational podcasting could be embedded in the curriculum. A brief progress report will be given on what is happening with the ideas submitted during that session and other progress relating to the publication of a book on the subject of educational podcasting. However most of the session will be involved in writing a collaborative chapter together drawing upon the diverse and rich experience we have in all of the people who come to SIG meetings. There is method here - not just madness! All will be revealed!

Data from this session towards A Chapter on Student-generated Podcasts will appear here in the book section of the wiki





1-4 Workshops - these are now running serially so all delegates can attend



Practical ‘how-to’s - Led by Alan Carr

Alan Carr (acarr@midchesh.ac.uk) is an ILT trainer and educational podcasting practitioner at Mid-Cheshire College. He also hosts his own music podcast. Producing a podcast doesn't have to be difficult. Alan will do just that in front of your own eyes - maybe you will leave with a firm intention to have a go yourself. To encourage this, Alan will give you a FREE podcasting resource CD - full of tutorials, examples, software etc. It's easier than you think!



Curriculum and research thunderstorm - Led by Carol Comer

This workshop is an open floor event where people can present on the topic of podcasting in education. You are allowed a maximum of 15 slides, and 10 minutes.

Contributors to the session were:


Aidan Johnston, Spoken Word Services, Glasgow Caledonian University

Spoken Word Services Website

HEA - Talking Hospitality Podcasts

REAP Pilot Project - Using video podcasts in Higher Education to support teaching & learning

Sample video podcast


Rebecca Reynolds




Podcasting and WIMBA - Led by Jessica deSouza

"Perfect for language learning and creating vocal exercises in any

subject, our web-based voice tools facilitate and promote vocal

instruction, collaboration, coaching, and assessment. Increase the

interaction and student engagement level of any online class by allowing

faculty and students to easily embed vocal interactions into the page

level of their CMS"






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