The use of Audio Podcasts to enhance the delivery of a computer networks course

G Lightbody, PJ McCullagh, JP Hughes, MJ Hutchison

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Experience obtained in the support of mobile learning using podcast audio is reported. The paper outlines design, storage and distribution via a web site. An initial evaluation of the uptake of the approach in a final year computing module was undertaken. Audio objects were tailored to meet different pedagogical needs resulting in a repository of persistent glossary terms and disposable audio lectures distributed by podcasting. An aim of our approach is to document the interest from the students, and evaluate the potential of mobile learning for supplementing revision.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
Pages111-115
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2007
Event8th Annual Conference of the Subject Centre for Information & Computer Sciences - Southampton
Duration: 1 Aug 2007 → …

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Lightbody, G., McCullagh, PJ., Hughes, JP., & Hutchison, MJ. (2007). The use of Audio Podcasts to enhance the delivery of a computer networks course. In Unknown Host Publication (pp. 111-115)
Lightbody, G ; McCullagh, PJ ; Hughes, JP ; Hutchison, MJ. / The use of Audio Podcasts to enhance the delivery of a computer networks course. Unknown Host Publication. 2007. pp. 111-115
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