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87th ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition
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Understanding, Creating, and Assessing Podcasting Technology for Dental Education -- SoTLfest
CE credits: 3.00
Track : Faculty Development Workshop
Program Code: 003R
Date: Saturday, February 27, 2010
Time: 12:45 PM to 3:45 PM  EST
Location: National Harbor 4
PRESENTER (S):
Laura Romito, DDS, MS, Associate Professor., Indiana University
Barbara Gushrowski, MLS, Librarian Faculty
SUBMITTER :
Laura Romito, DDS, MS, Associate Professor., Indiana University
Description
Have you ever wanted to create a podcast but didnt know how? This experiential Faculty Development Workshop will enable attendees to develop a basic understanding of podcasting technology and the benefits and barriers to its implementation in dental educational settings. Participants will learn about popular podcasting software programs and share their own experiences with this technology. They will learn how podcasting has been applied and assessed at Indiana University School of Dentistry from the perspective of students, faculty and IT staff. Attendees will view examples of previously created podcasts, and with a step-by-step guide, they will develop a framework for fabricating their own brief podcast. During the course of the workshop, selected volunteers will create a 2 min. podcast. These presentations will be viewed by the entire group and serve as a platform for further evaluation, discussion and interaction about the process.

  • Create an outline and plan the presentation of its content as a brief podcast recording.
  • Describe and apply criteria for evaluating the technical quality as well as the content of podcasts.
  • Describe currently available podcasting software programs and system requirements.
  • Describe the benefits and challenges to implementing podcasting in dental educational settings.


Audio Synchronized to PowerPoint
(Code: 003R/003RA)
Attendee:Free
  
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