Category: Podcasting

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Rich Media Resources: History

 

From CUNY Academic Commons


Note that where it is specified that a podcast or rich media content is available from iTunes, you must have the iTunes application on your computer to access that content.

  • American History in Video – When completed this massive video collection will consist of some 5,000 titles and 2,000 hours of video. Be aware that there are rights restrictions that prevent you from including any streaming video to the general public. If you are planning on doing a promotion at your library or on campus, the best way to promote would be to create a playlist of selected material, and use the link on your homepage to our databases. Be sure to check and adhere to the Terms of Use.

 

Rich Media Resources: Philosophy

From CUNY Academic Commons

Note that where it is specified that a podcast or rich media content is available from iTunes, you must have the iTunes application on your computer to access that content.

  • Virtual Philosopher is a blog by British educator Nigel Warburton, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, The Open University, whose Philosophy Bites—podcasts of top philosophers interviewed on bite-sized topics, which he has assembled with David Edmonds, author and BBC documentary maker—is a rich source of content on a wide variety of subjects. See also Ethics Bites, a 14 part podcast examination of ehtical issues. You can also access Philosophy Bites on iTunes.
  • The Philosphy Podcast from Learn Out Loud available as a free podcast on iTunes.

  • EpistemeLinks a portal, gateway to a wide variety of philosophy resources on the Internet.

Podcasting

From CUNY Academic Commons

Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning’s descriptions of Podcasting and Media

Each section begins with an explanation of the tool or resource, a description of its education benefits, two “live” examples, a “Best Practice Tip,” and links to the  tools necessary for creating the poscast or audiocast.

Podcasting Tools: A Resource Site

This site says it is “a comprehensive podcasting resource detailing everything you need to know about podcasting.”  It also includes directions for podcasting with

The Higher Education Podcast Repository

This site has a large number of podcasts across the curriculum.

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