Podcasting: rich and pure
If anyone still needs convincing that "podcasting" has a place in education (or if they enjoy fine Scot's accents!) try Stephen Walsh's interview with Donald Clark
from UFI. He describes the unique blend of "high bitrate" (you can hear emotion, stress, accent...) and purity (there are no distracting images, context etc....) of an mp3 delivery of content. Plus it is fun to listen to two enthusiasts chat!
Labels: audio, education, podcast