Wednesday, June 28, 2006
Thursday, June 22, 2006
"Iloani was in the third class of women at Colgate, which went coed in 1974. She talks about moving from an all-girls school with no white students in New York City to Colgate, where she was often the only person of color and the only woman in her classes."
"Access CNN's podcast feeds to get news delivered to your desktop that is ready to load on your portable MP3 player."
"The students will be able to download video, audio, photos, graphics and text. The downloaded material is for homework, or supplemental assignments, and will not replace in-class instruction."
Tuesday, June 20, 2006
"The Stanford Graduate School of Business launched an audio podcast offering programs addressing what it considers some of the world’s biggest social and environmental challenges." Campus Technology
"...we're excited to offer you a variety of Podcasts that include service change information, getaways and deals, and behind the scenes interviews..."
Monday, June 19, 2006
"Last month Virgin Radio DJ Christian O'Connell was interviewed talking about why podcasting is such a big step forward for radio, as was Bret Brevet, creator of US movies and entertainment news website."
"The most recent edition of Geospatial Newsmakers Podcast features Dr. Tina Cary, president of Cary and Associates, offering tips on doing business with the U.S. government as she discusses her firm’s new marketing report, "Geotechnology Business Opportunities with Government.""
"Businesses are taking note and finding ways to use this new medium."
"...a small team of tech experts are paving the way for such innovative learning opportunities to become reality. They're doing it through the use of podcasting technology,..."
Sunday, June 18, 2006
"Michael Cheney, a professor of communications, served as a technical trailblazer at the University of Illinois at Springfield. Engaging his students through podcasting and vodcasting..."
"A transcript of Calvin Sims, anchor for The New York Times, speaking with Warren Hoge, Times United Nations bureau chief."
Thursday, June 15, 2006
"In its continuous effort to use a variety of teaching methods to improve students' academic performance, Santa Monica College announces it is launching an exciting educational podcasting pilot program Monday, July 3."
Wednesday, June 14, 2006
Tuesday, June 13, 2006
"St. John Ambulance has turned to podcasting to help people treat injuries caused during the current heat wave."
"Fuqua on iTunes U provides access to Fuqua faculty research highlights, video of recent conferences and speakers, as well as multimedia content about Fuqua people and global events."
Sunday, June 11, 2006
"Radio New Zealand is to significantly extend the range of National Radio programmes available via podcasting following a very successful three month trial of the new service."
Friday, June 09, 2006
"...the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History is truly the nation's attic. washingtonpost.com Museums Producer Julia Beizer recently visited museum Director Brent D. Glass to discuss some of the collection's highlights, which we offer here as an audio tour."
Thursday, June 08, 2006
"The Cato Institute seeks to engage people in questions of public policy and the proper role of government. Every day the Cato Institute will release a short podcast that allows Cato experts and scholars to respond quickly to the most relevant and interesting news stories."
"Called "Die Kanzlerin direkt," or "The Chancellor Direct," the podcast will feature Angela Merkel's thoughts on mostly political topics, although the first video - coming out Thursday - will address the World Cup soccer tournament that opens Friday in Munich and runs through July 9."
"N.C. Central University last week joined what Apple calls iTunes U, its collection of colleges and universities using its popular iTunes Web download site for instructional materials."
Wednesday, June 07, 2006
"The four walls of a classroom no longer limit learning -- at least not for the students in Brent Coley's class."
"he Stanford Graduate School of Business announced today the launch of a podcasting channel, Social Innovation Conversations (www.siconversations.org), offering free audio programs addressing some of the world's most pressing social and environmental challenges."
Monday, June 05, 2006
"Mr Wright said podcasting could be used to make other material available, such as interviews with visiting lecturers, or to demonstrate processes students needed to learn."