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How to Use Podcasts in Teaching

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Barbi Honeycutt and Bonni Stachowiak talk about how to use podcasts in teaching on episode 381 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Ask yourself, “how does this support my learning outcomes and help my students be successful in this course and beyond?” -Barbi Honeycutt Audio is a powerful medium. -Barbi Honeycutt Find podcasts that are already out there that integrate with your course learning outcomes, course goals, and course topics and leverage those. -Barbi Honeycutt Podcasts are hard work. -Barbi Honeycutt Resources International Podcast Day How to Level Up Your In-Home Recording Studio 10 Ways You Can Use Podcasts in Your Course to Engage Students (Lecture Breakers blog post) 10 Ways to Use Podcasts to Break Up Your Lecture (Lecture Breakers podcast episode) Lecture Breakers podcast A Guide to Academic Podcasting Additional Podcast Resources from Amplify Lecture Breakers Podcast Duke Learning Innovation’s Using Podcasts in Your Classroom 27: The Most Perfect Album Podcast Episode: 27: The Most Perfect Album The Rewatchables Podcast

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