Podcasting in Education

Podcasting in Education From the people who invented the iPod comes this Apple Education site all about podcasting. Among its features is a three-part video series: Intro to podcasting, Meeting standards with podcasting, and an Administrator's view on podcasting. A very useful site for anyone
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Podcasting in Education


From the people who invented the iPod comes this Apple Education site all about podcasting. Among its features is a three-part video series: Intro to podcasting, Meeting standards with podcasting, and an Administrator's view on podcasting. A very useful site for anyone eager to try podcasting.

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