MP3 vs. more robust audio presentations
- I have been listening to a great podcast about Machine
Tutorting/Learning Systems, found here
For me, instead of looking at the "blank web page" (MP3 file), I find
myself multi-tasking, and losing some of the important parts of the
Yes, it's possible to re-read the web pages that brought me to the
podcast, (and reference them when encouraging others to listen) this
podcast would besooooo much better if it had graphics and links that
appeared while listening to the podcast.
Which is of course what you Webheads are doing so wel!!!
It amazes me that the people who brought this podcast "to market",
joined Inside Higher Ed in August 2009. He graduated in 2008 from
Bowdoin College, where he earned an A.B. in political philosophy and
co-edited the Bowdoin Orient. Shortly after returning from a
15,000-mile post-college road-trip, he interned at The Chronicle of
Higher Education, which awarded him the David W. Miller Award for
Young Journalists. He served a brief stint at the Global Security
Newswire, but couldn't stay away from higher education reporting for
long. Steve is a freelance music writer, and plays music in his
apartment with his roommate way too loud, way too late. He likes
Washington, but would like it better if it were in Maine.
could learn BUNCHES from Webheads.