Sunday, 12 February 2012

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4 comments:

  1. Interesting pauses for the listener to take in information - I'm left wanting either visuals to underpin the concepts I've just heard, or perhaps questions, like the language learning cd's I listen to - so that the main text is repeated, but in between these episodes, I am forced to ask myself particular things.....easier to comment on than to make happen, I know. Keep going, I'm really interested! How can this work be fitted to the blogs that we ask learners to join in and contribute to for the various modules on the Fda theatre arts courses?

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  2. yes visuals working on that now; still trying to find out whether it's legal to do this in the first place! little bit stuck on that one. it might be that a team reads articles and the podcast is the response to them. But those those that find reading difficult, it might be too much filtering without direct access to the source. To repeat parts really good idea. will try that one thank you

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  3. Hi - just looking into this in advance of your conference session on Friday. I suspect you aren't allowed to reproduce those quotes in a video if they are from copyrighted books. Sorry - will check with my copyright experts and confirm!

    What defines this as a podcast for you, rather than a video?

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  4. Hi Katie yes thank you and you are right. that has been the major challenge; getting the rights to material i really want my students to engage with. it meant a slight change of direction away from making material for my students to them making their own podcasts which worked much better. Haven't found the magic solution to the 'don't like reading' yet! Will upload more student podcasts that worked well to focus discussion. Looking forward to seeing you again on Friday.

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