Podcasts can improve access to research and offer an innovative way to assess student learning, who so said I in an article I wrote for Times Higher Education
Podcasting in academia has the potential to be radically open.
Open because it enables those unable to attend classes the chance to sample higher education remotely, because ideas explored in conversation are often expressed in more accessible language than in articles or books and because it allows students to expand their learning, giving a public voice to the type of questions that those immersed in academia might fail to ask.
And yet podcasting in academia is, for the most part, terrible…. read more here