Learning to Teach Online project website. Web 2.0 tools can be useful for any situation where discussion and content sharing is desired, and where accessing current information in certain topic areas can be advantageous for learning. This case study examines how and why Lubna Alam from the University of Canberra used the Moodle Learning Management System (LMS) as a central hub that both provided her students with easy access to the class blogs, wiki and Twitter, and a place where information from the different technologies was amalgamated. The integration of web 2.0 technologies into the learning process is examined, highlighting how this can improve student engagement, communication and collaboration.
This case study examines the use of simple audio podcasts in a fully online distance education class, as part of the DUCKLING research project conducted by the Beyond Distance Research Alliance at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom. It discusses the benefits of using podcasts as part of an integrated online learning strategy in a distance learning context, and gives an overview of how podcasts were used to introduce concepts, provide support for assignments, and to give students direct feedback on their work.
This Technical Glossary video introduces the basic operation of the free audio editing software Audacity. Learn how to record, edit and export audio for audio podcasts as lectures or feedback for students. Please also see the related case studies watch the related case studies called Using audio feedback http://bit.ly/bobJOD and Increasing student engagement using podcasts http://bit.ly/fEveZU.What do you think of this resource?