Here is an abstract of the presentation:
Presenter: Dr. Kathleen King
Date: Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Location: iteach Lounge, USF
What are easy strategies for re-purposing your instructional content into on-demand learning? How many types of podcasting genres are available for you to select from or combine? What are some different ways to create effective student podcasting assignments? Having launched 7 educational podcast series since 2005, Dr. Kathleen P. King is recognized as an award-winning author, researcher and teacher on the topic. She is a well-known keynoter because of her ability to demystify technical details, application and innovative instructional potential of digital media. In this session, Dr. King shares her model of podcasting for "every teacher." King and Gura's (2007) model is foundational to her approach as she illuminates many effective uses and strategies for using podcasting as learning on demand.
About The Speaker
Dr. Kathleen P. King is a professor of higher education in the ACHE Department, COE, USF Tampa. A popular conference and faculty development keynote speaker as well as editor for several series of academic books with Information Education Publishing, she has authored 19 books and earned over $ 17 million in external funding. Recent books by "Kathy" include Podcasting for Teachers (2nd ed) (2007 with Gura), Professor's Guide to Taming Digital Technology (2011 with Cox), and Handbook of the Evolving Research of Transformative Learning (2009).
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