RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS

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DIGITAL DNA - PODCASTING PEDAGOGY | 2007
MERLOT's first publication on podcasting pedagogy 

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FIVE MYTHS. PODCASTING PEDAGOGY. NEW TOOL.
Multimedia Education Resource for Learning and Online Teaching | CSU MERLOT

In this article, the authors L. E. Fose & M. Mehl specifically analyze their preconceived notions (myths of podcasting pedagogy) and the device's design propensity for educational impact through both quantitative and qualitative methodologies. What specific educational contributions stem from adapting, adopting, and diffusing dynamic podcasting technology as a communication device in the classroom domain? Three core concepts will be examined, which currently challenge the technological and academic implementation of podcasting pedagogy: 1) Method: Toy vs. Tool; 2) Content: Novelty vs. Knowledge; and 3) Delivery: Convenience vs. Competence.

Keywords:

Technological Myths, Digital DNA, American with Disabilities Act, Technology and Learning, iPods in the Classroom, Online Teaching Tools, Podcasting Pedagogy