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Broadcast Composition :  Using Audio Files and Podcasts in an Online Writing Course

Broadcast Composition : Using Audio Files and Podcasts in an Online Writing Course

"Broadcast Composition"is a case study discussion of Steve Krause's evolving use of audio files, podcasts, and screencasts for an advanced writing course at Eastern Michigan University. Here's what's here: Defining Terms: What's the difference between an audio file and a podcast? And why does this matter? The situation: A description of the course "Writing, Style, and Technology," and the challenges of teaching the course online. Recording and uploading audio: How to do it and some examples from my course. Results: A discussion of a small survey I conducted with past students about the role of audio files in "Writing, Style, and Technology." Podcasting"on the cheap" and beyond: How to set up a podcast with an RSS feed, how I have published podcasts for "Writing, Style, and Technology," and... Show More
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