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How to Create a Podcast for e-Learning
Coverage From the DevLearn 2010 Conference

By Jill Duffy / November 2011

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  • Fri, 24 Dec 2010
    Post by Haitham El-Ghareeb

    nice clear introduction, specially for podcasr beginners like me. I'm really hoping for something about screencasting. THANKS

  • Mon, 16 Nov 2009
    Post by JennaMcWilliams

    For my money, there are benefits and challenges to allowing OR forbidding anonymity, and each has its own potentials for supporting learning. But what's key--and here's where it appears the above faculty member went wrong--is to stick to the spirit of anonymity once you've chosen it and made it clear that people can post anonymously. It seems that the above poster knows what the professor did wrong, and his error was made more egregious because he used it to make a power move. Interestingly, the poster has chosen to reveal himself in this comment--this is the new power made possible by participatory media, I suppose. When someone in a position of power violates classroom norms, students like Matthew Stroup squeeze out the side and make their opinions known elsewhere.

    What's a 21st-century professor to do? Stick to the rules he expects his students to follow, I suppose, or suffer the social-media consequences.

  • Sun, 15 Nov 2009
    Post by Matthew Stroup

    In my online graduate class, we were told that we could post things anonymously, without the instructor or students knowing who posted the comment for discussion. I posted my opinion about how the class was going selecting anonymity. The instructor somehow went through the computer system to find out who posted the remarks, emailed me calling me immature and unprofessional and made me apologize to the entire online class asking for their forgiveness. This was supposed to be an anonymous posting, so he not only went and found out who did it but then tried to publicly humiliate me by making me apologize to the class on who wrote the anonymous post. I believe this is in violation of FERPA.