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"Implementing Podcasting in the Classroom" on November 30

This news item expired November 30, 2005. It may contain out-of-date information.
"Podcasting" seems to be as popular a buzzword today as "mp3" was in 1999 when it became the number one search word on the Internet. However, just as in 1999, many still do not know what this new technology is or how to take full advantage of it in an academic setting.

This ’Implementing Podcasting in the Classroom“ web conference will examine how existing technology infrastructure can be used in conjunction with podcasting technology to reach students in new and meaningful ways. Join us to examine a fully deployed classroom podcasting program and explore how this new technology could be deployed on your campus.

Who Should Attend: This event is designed to demonstrate how to effectively implement a podcasting program to administrators desiring specific details on existing implementations in classroom settings. This includes vice presidents of instructional technology and chief information officers deciding on how to best implement a new podcasting program, distance learning support staff, library technology administrators, and audio-visual and multimedia support staff.

Date: Wednesday, November 30, 2005
Time: 12 noon to 1:30 pm
Place: 1230 Communications Building
Facilitator: Michael Gay, Manager of Broadcast Networks & Services for Information Technology, Purdue University

Pre-register by emailing with your name, department, position (instructor, faculty, P&S staff, or teaching or graduate assistantship), and the name and date of the event. You can also register by phone by calling 515-294-5357.

This CELT ( event is co-sponsored by Information Technology Services (