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Podcasting a Physics Lecture
1.While it is not the goal of this article to give instruction in the technical aspects of podcasting, some general information and links may be found at the author's University of Hartford website, http://www.cs.hartford.edu/∼mcdonald.
2.Dave Jobbings, “Exploiting the Educational Potential of Podcasting,” Russell Educational Consultancy and Productions (April 2005) at: http://www.recap.ltd.uk/articles/podguide.html.
3.Elizabeth Armstrong Moore, “When iPod goes collegiate,” Christian Science Monitor (19 April 2005).
4.Brock Read, “Lectures on the go,” Chron. High. Educ. (Oct. 28, 2005).
5.University of Wisconsin, Madison, “Podcasting at University of Wisconsin, Madison” at: http://engage.doit.wisc.edu/podcasting/index.html.
6.Mikael Blaisdell, “Academic MP3s >> Is it time yet?” Campus Tech. (March 2006).
7.Apple website, “Podcasting in Education” at: http://www.apple.com/education/solutions/podcasting/.
8.Cristina Silva, “Podcast craze hits classrooms,” Boston Globe (July 11, 2006).
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