The value of using short-format podcasts to enhance learning and teaching

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Catherine Sutton-Brady; Karen M. Scott; Lucy Taylor; Giuseppe Carabetta; Steve Clark;
(2009)
  • Publisher: Research in Learning Technology
  • Journal: Research in Learning Technology (issn: 2156-7077, eissn: 2156-7069)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3402/rlt.v17i3.10878
  • Subject: podcasting | Education | flexible learning | eLearning | podcasting; eLearning; flexible learning; mobile learning | L | mobile learning
    acm: ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDEDUCATION | ComputingMilieux_MISCELLANEOUS

This paper presents the findings of a podcasting trial held in 2007–2008 within the Faculty of Economics and Business at the University of Sydney, Australia. The trial investigates the value of using short-format podcasts to support assessment for postgraduate and under... View more
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