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Slide 1: The Voice Of Law: Experiences of the use of podcasting in teaching Law Martin Belgrove 1 09/05/10
Slide 2: The UEL School of Law History  Students  Courses  Staff  2 09/05/10
Slide 3: Project Overview       A quick definition Existing practice Teacher driven Simplicity Support Developing a ‘podogogy’ 3 09/05/10
Slide 4: Theoretical Perspectives       Authenticity Student engagement Anytime learning Mobile learning Extension of the learning environment Oral traditions of Law 4 09/05/10
Slide 5: The Study        Pre study Lectures (whole series – ‘key’ lectures) Pre-lecture scene setting Module descriptions Guest speakers Student welcome Student services 09/05/10 5
Slide 6: The Study       VLE statistics Student questionnaires Student focus groups Staff feedback Ethical considerations Reliability, validity 6 09/05/10
Slide 7: Staff Perceptions Stage Fright  Naturalness  Currency  Resource  Attendance  7 09/05/10
Slide 8: Student Perspectives      Module descriptions Scene setting On the move Whole lectures:All lectures v Key lectures Time 8 09/05/10
Slide 9: Student Perspectives   ‘I sometimes wake up anytime in the middle of the night (while my kids are in bed) and listen to the lecture. It reinforces the notes that I jotted down during class lectures and I usually refer to the bit, I missed out and relisten to it as many times as needed.’ ‘simply brilliant’ 9 09/05/10
Slide 10: Conclusions    The effect of time A significant minority? A podogogy Subject specific - generic 10 09/05/10
Slide 11: Future Actions    Developing a ‘podogogy’ Comparison with other subject areas Student voices and other uses of podcasting 11 09/05/10

   
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