more on podcast in this IMS blog
more on podcast in this IMS blog
August 16, 2018 https://blog.clickmeeting.com/webinar-vs-podcast
Simply put, a podcast is an audio file posted on a website that people can download and listen to. Businesses use them to establish themselves as experts in their field or to share information about their product or service.
1. Podcasts are readily available.
2. Your audience can listen to them anywhere.
3. You get to share your expertise.
Webinars are an increasingly popular way to build relationships with current and potential clients. They are multi-media meetings, seminars or classes held over the Internet and done in real time.
1. Webinars allow you to interact with your audience.
a live Q&A session, Question Mode, Chat, Polls and Surveys.
2. Webinars have engaging multi-media features
have audio and video. Presentation feature, The Whiteboard Screen Sharing Share infographics, charts and other data quickly and easily.
3. Webinars allow you to earn money on the spot.
Paid Webinars allow you to monetize your expertise. Y
The Call to Action feature allows you to provide a customized call to action button during your webinar
1. Do you want to cast a wide net to find new audiences?
If so, podcasts are a great way to do that. Your audience has easy access to you and they can listen anywhere to learn more about you and your expertise in your field.
2. Are you looking to go deeper and turn contacts into clients?
Then webinars are for you. They allow you to build relationships through thoughtful interaction.
Anchor.fm will distribute your podcast to iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, Overcast, and Pocket Casts.
Today’s vocast will be broadcasted live at:
Adobe Connect | Facebook Live | Twitter (#IMSvodcast) |
and will be archived at:
SCSU MediaSpace | YouTube (subscribe for the channel for future conversations)
Student-centered learning theory and practice are based on the constructivist learning theory that emphasizes the learner’s critical role in constructing meaning from new information and prior experience.
additional information at CETL web page: https://www.stcloudstate.edu/teaching/events/trtl.aspx
archived session here: http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims/view-podcasts/
Every week, we will be presenting you in a short 5 min session with topics of your interest.
We will be providing you with information and giving you the podium to share your solutions.
This information will be broadcasted and archived via multiple channels:
The SCSU MediaSpace | On the Facebook IMS page | Twitter (#IMSvodcast) | YouTube
You can participate during the live session via
Adobe Connect: https://webmeeting.minnstate.edu/scsuteched,
Facebook and Twitter
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My note: sometimes around 2011, the Chronicle had a report on Berkeley students listening to coursecasts at 2X (can’t find the reference). Here some other sources about #speedlistening:
Stop listening to podcasts at 1.5x
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